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The Africa Report N°46 December - January 2012

The Africa Report N°46 December - January 2012

THE AFRICA REPORT 46. DECEMBER 2012-JANUARY 2013

 

AFRICA IN 2013

54 COUNTRY REPORTS

FRONTLINE. THINGS TO WATCH IN 2013

MALI. THE FIGHT FOR THE NORTH

INTERVIEW. NKOSAZANA DLAMINI-ZUMA

COUNTRY FOCUS. SOUTH AFRICA

AFRICA’S FUTURE. SWEETSPOT IN GLOBAL DEMAND

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54 COUNTRY REPORTS
Key date and analysis to guide you through the political and economic year ahead

FRONTLINE. THINGS TO WATCH IN 2013 
From the power revolution in Nigeria and progress on malaria treatment to elections in
Zimbabwe and Kenya, the year ahead promises significant change

MALI. THE FIGHT FOR THE NORTH
An exclusive report from the city of Mopti ahead of the international military
intervention that hopes to push out Islamist rebels from northern Mali
 
INTERVIEW. NKOSAZANA DLAMINI-ZUMA, CHAIR OF AU COMMISSION
Expectations are high that she will reform the institution and push development projects, but
she cannot do so without the approval of member states
 
COUNTRY FOCUS. SOUTH AFRICA
From retail to mining and telecoms to banking, South African companies are seeing
soaring growth rates as they expand their operations into sub-Saharan Africa
 
AFRICA’S FUTURE. SWEETSPOT IN GLOBAL DEMAND 
Increased global demand for African goods, better macroeconomic management and
improved infrastructure suggest the continent will be growing rapidly in 2020.
 
DOSSIER. MINING
Miners hedge their bets; Australian companies in Africa; Zambia’s copper growth

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