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The Global Economic Governance (GEG) Africa programme was created to strengthen the influence of pro-poor African coalitions at global economic governance for a through policy research and stakeholder engagement.

Think Pieces (20)

Well-designed, maintained and operated infrastructure is crucial in addressing Africa’s…
Friday, 16 November 2018 16:44

The Dynamics of Investment In Africa

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Having been one of the largest investors in Africa, South…
“Business is down”, this is Lillian’s rather dejected response as…
As a complement to our previous blog in which we…
In our previous blog, we looked at the two broad…
Embracing digitalisation is not an option for countries. The digital…
Monday, 30 July 2018 11:58

Kickstarting the SADC Regional Development Fund

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In August 2016, SADC member states signed an agreement to…
While the RDF has the potential to make the SADC…
An assessment of SADC’s current infrastructure financing challenges is important…
All SADC governments recognise that infrastructure development is crucial for…
Ambitious plans have been formulated in recent years to put…
This week, South Africa is hosting the BRICS (Brazil, Russia,…
As Argentina takes over the G20 Presidency this month, it…
As South Africa’s Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba prepares for his…
Lesotho is facing challenges in financing its Queen Mamohato Hospital…
Ratings agencies will again this week consider South Africa’s sovereign…
In the final quarter of 2016 South Africa participated in…
Hot on the heels of the recent G20 Summit in…
On 4-5 September, 2016, G-20 leaders will meet in Hangzhou,…
Africa’s infrastructure financing deficit, estimated to be $100 billion a…