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Zimbabwe’s Monetary Policy: Lessons for Other African Nations

Zimbabwe’s economic crisis reached a nadir in the late 2000s, characterized by one of the world’s severest hyperinflations. At its peak, prices doubled every 24 hours, rendering the Zimbabwean dollar.

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ECOWAS: Strategy against Terrorism and the Push for Democracy

Without mincing words in the act of combating terrorism and championing democracy, ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States) stands at the forefront, employing multifaceted strategies to address security threats.

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Much Ado about COP28: What’s in it for Africa?

Amidst the conclusion of the COP28 summit, Africa stands at a pivotal juncture, advocating vigorously for equitable climate finance and driving ambitious climate action. Positioned as a formidable force in.

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