CDE Executive Director, Ann Bernstein, Speaks On Issues On Inequality And Poverty In South Africa (VIDEO)


 Executive Director of the Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE) Ann Bernstein recently appeared on the youth dialogue panel at GIBS in partnership with the Tim Modise Show where she spoke on issues of inequality, poverty and the high youth unemployment rate. Watch the full show below: For 20 years, the Centre for Development and […]

Why South Africa Is The Most Vulnerable Country In Africa To Brexit Impact

SA Reserve Bank

 According to ratings agency Moody’s, South Africa is the most exposed country in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) in terms of the potential impact of the Brexit vote. This is due to the extent of SA’s integration into global financial markets, including its investment and financial links with the UK. Despite both the rand and the JSE […]

Mauritius Named The Easiest Place To Do Business In Africa


 Mauritius’ government predicts that foreign direct investment will grow by up to 46 percent this year. This prediction stands despite worries that the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union may stunt inflows to the island nation. The government expects foreign investors to inject 14 billion rupees ($395 million) by the close of 2016, […]

Chofor Che: Any Hopes For Progress On The European Union’s Economic Partnership Agreements With Cameroon?

Chofor Che

 Opponents of free trade in Cameroon are of the view that the European Union’s Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) are against the national interest, and such agreements will only create unemployment. They add that the national economy is not ready for EPAs. Most these states in Asia like Indonesia that were not completely ready for free […]