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Belgium’s Africa museum in tour guide race row
Belgium’s Africa Museum launched an investigation into allegations that a guide made racist comments and defended the country’s brutal colonial past during a tour with students.
African countries borrowing like it’s the 1990s worries the IMF
Record commodity prices and low global interest rates have encouraged African countries to borrow like they did in the 1990s, but now some are struggling to pay up as their revenue slows along with economic growth.
Complacency a key concern as HIV epidemic persists in Africa
AIDS has no cure. HIV is still here. But some people are forgetting that.
African Export-Import Bank delays IPO over unfavorable markets
African Export-Import Bank postponed an initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange until equity markets improve.
Russia seeking to bolster Africa presence through military, economic cooperation
Russia — a major defense partner and arms supplier to African countries — has recently stepped up a drive to gain more influence in and restore its Soviet-era ties with the resource-rich continent.
Gold’s rally driving a rush to one of metal’s final frontiers
Step aside Canada, Australia and South Africa: West Africa is fast becoming the hottest ticket in gold mining.
Africa’s mineral wealth may just have to stay in the ground to protect a changing climate
As a result of climate change, resource extraction industries in Africa will be impacted by asset stranding, researchers said.
Chinese company building Africa's tallest tower in Egypt
China is building Africa's tallest tower titled "New Administrative Capital" in Cairo, Egypt, which is set to open January 2020.
AfDB plans for a self-sufficient, integrated continent
Arama Sire Camara, a fruit and vegetable seller in the province of Kindia, some 135 km from the Guinean capital of Conakry, feels safer trading well into the night thanks to the Rural Electrification Project, financed by $21 million investment by the African Development Bank.Arama Sire Camara, a fruit and vegetable seller in the province of Kindia, some 135 km from the Guinean capital of Conakry, feels safer trading well into the night thanks to the Rural Electrification Project, financed by $21 million investment by the African Development Bank.
Extreme weather shaking up Africa's corn trade
At least three African nations will need to import more corn this year after extreme weather from cyclones to drought devastated crops, sparking some unusual trade flows.

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