US President Donald Trump after sacking Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Relations between the US and Africa are unlikely to improve while Trump remains president. But that doesn't mean the continent should remain passive.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Addis Ababa during his African tour.
The US secretary of state's visit to five African countries didn't have much to offer by way of investments and commerce.
US President Trump addresses the 72nd UN General Assembly in New York.
US President Donald Trump hasn't proposed new initiatives for Africa but didn't end those launched by his predecessors either.
When Donald Trump looks at Africa, what does he see?
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