Ramaphosa’s AU chairmanship will be a challenge, but he and Africa can learn from Trump

A week ago, President Cyril Ramaphosa took over the 2020 chairmanship of the African Union (AU). This means South Africa will be at the helm of Africa’s affairs this year.

As Ramaphosa takes the reigns from his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah el-Sisi at the AU – the African continent faces a host of societal challenges.

For Africa’s 55 countries, it remains an arduous task to justify why the world should invest in the continent.

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