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Customers shopping for groceries in a supermarket in Cape Town, South Africa. Photo: Panos / N. Rixon

One-stop border post will boost trading

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By: Tonderayi Mukeredzi

Africa Renewal: August - November 2018

Southern African trader is cautiously optimistic about a free trade area
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Southern African trader is cautiously optimistic about a free trade area
Customers shopping for groceries in a supermarket in Cape Town, South Africa. Photo: Panos / N. Rixon
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Customers shopping for groceries in a supermarket in Cape Town, South Africa. Photo: Panos / N. Rixon
Young men using computers in a cybercafe in Cairo, Egypt, where Khaled (Jaled) Said, a 28-year-old blogger, was arrested and beaten to death by police in 2010. Later, 400,000 people joined the ‘We’re all Khaled Said’ campaign on Facebook is considered one

Uproar over Internet shutdowns

Term ID: 670
By: Tonderayi Mukeredzi

Africa Renewal: August - November 2017

Governments cite incitements to violence, exam cheating and hate speech
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Governments cite incitements to violence, exam cheating and hate speech
Young men using computers in a cybercafe in Cairo, Egypt, where Khaled (Jaled) Said, a 28-year-old blogger, was arrested and beaten to death by police in 2010. Later, 400,000 people joined the ‘We’re all Khaled Said’ campaign on Facebook is considered one
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Young men using computers in a cybercafe in Cairo, Egypt, where Khaled (Jaled) Said, a 28-year-old blogger, was arrested and beaten to death by police in 2010. Later, 400,000 people joined the ‘We’re all Khaled Said’ campaign on Facebook is considered one
Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Chadian President Idriss Déby, flanked by African Union Commission Chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, show off their new pan-African passports at the AU summit in Kigali in July 2016. Photo: African Union

Pan-Africa passport to open up borders

Term ID: 670
By: Tonderayi Mukeredzi

Africa Renewal: August - November 2016

AU launches a continental passport while Brexit closes doors
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AU launches a continental passport while Brexit closes doors
Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Chadian President Idriss Déby, flanked by African Union Commission Chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, show off their new pan-African passports at the AU summit in Kigali in July 2016. Photo: African Union
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Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Chadian President Idriss Déby, flanked by African Union Commission Chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, show off their new pan-African passports at the AU summit in Kigali in July 2016. Photo: African Union
A partial view of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam under construction.   Reuters/T. Negeri

Can Africa fund its own growth?

Term ID: 670
By: Tonderayi Mukeredzi

Africa Renewal: August 2015

Mobilizing domestic resources is a key source of finance
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Mobilizing domestic resources is a key source of finance
A partial view of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam under construction.   Reuters/T. Negeri
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A partial view of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam under construction.   Reuters/T. Negeri

Young Zimbabweans warming up to gambling

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By: Tonderayi Mukeredzi
Punters driven by a growing appetite for gaming and the need to make that extra coin
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Punters driven by a growing appetite for gaming and the need to make that extra coin
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The Chinese currency, the yuan. Photo: Africa Renewal/Bo Li

Chinese yuan penetrates African markets

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By: Tonderayi Mukeredzi

Africa Renewal: August 2014

Could it be the next global reserve currency?
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Could it be the next global reserve currency?
The Chinese currency, the yuan. Photo: Africa Renewal/Bo Li
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The Chinese currency, the yuan. Photo: Africa Renewal/Bo Li
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