East Africa is one of the fastest urbanising regions in the world, but it’s still in the early phases. There’s a big opportunity to get the region’s cities right.
Mozambique’s trade unions have not been a strong force in society – which has left a space for others to fill.
The emerging partisan politics and the polarisation it creates is a new threat for Tanzania.
Sixty years after political independence, it is clear that Nigeria has not fulfilled its huge potential, but with a supportive public culture it can transform that into success.
Leaving no-one behind is a catchphrase that seeks to ensure that all people benefit from the global development agenda set in the sustainable development goals.
The World Bank has changed direction. It won’t be giving up on public funding, but it will increasingly be trying to attract private investors to developing countries.