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Tuesday, 08 March 2016 10:26

Global Economic Governance Africa is entering Phase 2

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SAIIA, DNA Economics and Tutwa Consulting are extremely pleased to be starting a new project on Global Economic Governance and Africa, the second phase of the project SAIIA ran from 2012-2015.

Funded by the UK's The Department for International Development (DFID), its focus is on strengthening the influence of groupings within and outside South Africa working for pro-poor outcomes through the institutions of global governance.

The project director is Dr Nomfundo Ngwenya, who until recently was Chief Director: African Economic Integration at the National Treasury in South Africa, and previously head of SAIIA’s programme on South African foreign policy and African drivers.

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