The Globalist’s Top 10 Features on Africa

A selection of the most interesting features on Africa published by The Globalist in 2014.

December 17, 2014

[ 1 ] South Africa: Cry, the Beloved Country

By Ellis Mnyandu | What took South Africa from 1994 to 2014 will not take it to 2034.

Published on November 20, 2014

[ 2 ] Water: A Big Challenge for Africa

By César Chelala | Can Africa provide clean, safe water for its urban and suburban communities?

Published on September 21, 2014

[ 3 ] What Should Scare Us Most About Ebola?

By Laurie Garrett | How wars and climate change affect the health of all the world’s people.

Published on August 4, 2014

[ 4 ] Can Africa Maintain its Economic Growth?

By Arancha González | Smart Industrialization for Africa’s Economic Transformation.

Published on August 4, 2014

[ 5 ] Africa as a Global Test Case

By Ludger Kühnhardt | Has the time for a new global approach to Africa finally arrived?

Published on June 21, 2014

[ 6 ] An American “Reset” for Africa?

By Ellis Mnyandu | Africa no longer needs the U.S. as a benefactor. It wants a relationship based on mutual interests.

Published on August 6, 2014

[ 7 ] Ebola: An Opportunity for Public Diplomacy

By Tara Sonenshine | The Ebola virus is proof that foreign policy is not “foreign.”

Published on August 4, 2014

[ 8 ] Enterprise in Kenya: Small Business is a Big Dream

By The Globalist | Moses has forged a truly successful small businesses in Kenya but his story is a rare one.

Published on November 2, 2014

[ 9 ] Cycling in Eritrea: Five Photos That Capture a National Obsession

By The Globalist | Eritrea has one of Africa’s most unique sporting crazes.

Published on September 20, 2014

[ 10 ] Sierra Leone: From Blood Diamonds to a Market Economy

By Jacob Conteh | Forgiveness, freedom and accountability help to restore prosperity in Sierra Leone.

Published on June 8, 2014

Takeaways

The Globalist's top article on Africa in 2014 is Ellis Mnyandu on South Africa.