How might African countries be empowered so that a better balance is created in terms of sharing the resources extracted from them? (5/5)
When the dynamics of NOCs are combined with those of African politics, what are the outcomes in terms of job creation and inclusiveness? (4/5)
How are Chinese NOCs adapting to meet both their commercial interests and the interests of the countries in which they're investing? (1/5)
Andrea Berardi hosts a webinar contrasting the traditional centralised approach to electricity generation with a new community-controlled model.
Richmond Atta-Ankomah argues that the informal sector is inherently heterogeneous, and informality is best described as a continuum.
Using evidence from South Africa, the UK and Zimbabwe, Julius Mugwagwa discusses the impact of innovative spending on inclusive and sustainable health.
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