Resource Governance Index (RGI) in the Context of Africa's Solid Minerals Sector
Reviewing selected African countries and how they perform in governing their mineral resources.
- Jun 5th, 2023
A Review of the Buhari Administration’s Impact on the Agriculture Sector
We attempt to investigate the performance of the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration in the agriculture sector.
- May 30th, 2023
Understanding Africa’s Water Crisis Through Stress and Scarcity
Exploring Africa's issues with water stress, scarcity, and insecurity, and seeking a way forward through policy and technology.
- May 22nd, 2023
Harnessing Phosphate Rock Reserves in Africa
Africa's significant phosphate rock reserves present economic opportunities in exports and production.
- May 19th, 2023
The Growth of Streaming in the Sub-Saharan African Music Market
The growth of streaming, and how it contributes to the sub-Saharan music industry.
- May 15th, 2023
An Abundance of Mineral Reserves Put Africa at Forefront of the Clean Energy Transition
The technologies needed for the clean energy transition will be powered by African reserves of critical minerals.
- May 3rd, 2023
Improving Agriculture Land Use in Africa Through Fertilization
A confluence of conditions has led to growing food insecurity in sub-Saharan Africa. Factors from effects of climate change such as drought and altered harvest cycles to soil degradation, conflict, and reliance on smallholder farming have led to a situation where according to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), 278 million Africans face food insecurity. As many as 140 million Africans are acutely affected.
- Apr 26th, 2023
Addressing Potential Pitfalls as Africa’s Oil and Gas Financing Continue to Dwarf Renewable Energy Investment
With oil and gas investments in Africa as high as ten times that of renewables, we seek to explore why the energy transition continues to stall, and the effects of continued fossil reliance.
- Apr 19th, 2023
Finding the Balance Between Sustainability and Growth in Africa, as Electricity Supply Raise Emissions
Africa's electricity supply will inevitably rise as its economy grows. Can the continent control the subsequent uptick in carbon emissions?
- Apr 14th, 2023
China the Biggest Beneficiary, as Nigeria’s Importation for Construction Rises
As Nigeria's need for construction materials outstrips supply, the country looks to China.
- Apr 6th, 2023
Natural Gas Dominates Africa’s Electricity Generation
Natural gas continues to provide a significant share of electricity generation in Africa, as newer discoveries portend increase.
- Mar 31st, 2023