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The Africa Report N°45

The Africa Report N°45

THE AFRICA REPORT N°45. NOVEMBER 2012


FRONTLINE. MEDIA WARS

NIGERIA. PDP FACES THE STORM

COUNTRY FOCUS. MAURITIUS

CEO REPORT. BUILDING A BETTER BUSINESS

DOSSIER. TELECOMS

 

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FRONTLINE. MEDIA WARS

Journalists, politicians and business fight for control of Africa’s information industry

 

NIGERIA. PDP FACES THE STORM

Nigeria’s ruling party is swirling with rumours of plots to replace President Goodluck Jonathan after 2015. PDP loyalty to the president, hit by national crises, has reached a dangerous low

 

COUNTRY FOCUS : MAURITIUS. LOOKING EAST AND WEST

In an economy dominated by agribusiness and textiles, the country’s economic planners are crafting new ways to link Mauritius with Asia and Africa

 

CEO REPORT. BUILDING A BETTER BUSINESS

African CEOs have a unique set of business challenges to grow their companies. Ahead of Group Jeune Afrique’s inaugural Africa CEO Forum, some of the continent’s business leaders talk about how to hire the right people, deal with government and expand across Africa

 

DOSSIER. TELECOMS

Homegrown operators in the minority; Slow start to mobile money in Nigeria; Digital music platforms target Africa

 

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