Looking at historical and current events of the West's involvement in Africa Affairs - led to this question: Is the West, Pro-Africa development, or Anti-Africa development (growth)?
Looking at historical and current events of the West’s involvement in Africa Affairs – led to this important question: Is the West, Pro-Africa development, or Anti-Africa development? Let’s look at the obvious.
This news post “The US puts $900 Million on the table for Africans? -JOKE OF THE YEAR”, written by Wangusi Masinde, begs to inform the global African people on factors affecting Africa’s economical development, and why we must put an end to unrealistic foreign dependency such as the US-Africa Summit.
This review looks into Nigeria’s development in a global context, and reports that GDP growth in Africa’s most populous nation is expected to average 6.7% in the coming years – despite economic downturn.
Leading figures from Africa’s financial services industry, including those from the African Development Bank (AfDB) believe remittances can play a crucial role in fostering social development and increasing financial stability in developing countries.