An economic take-off in Mozambique — driven by bumper coal and gas discoveries two decades after the end of a civil war — is facing disruption from disgruntled former guerrillas who feel they have not benefited from the post-conflict dividend.
A new $1 million programme of reporting grants for African journalists was launched in Addis Ababa on Sunday 26 May 2013, during the African Union 50th anniversary celebrations. The African Story Challenge will award over 100 reporting grants for stories on development issues.
China is the world’s second largest economy, and its leading exporter in goods. It is also Africa’s single most influential global trading partner, increasing from $10 billion (1990) to $200 billion (2012). Continue reading China in Africa – call for story proposals