How the virus worsened South Africa’s debt woes

While the rand is near its best level since March and bond yields have recovered from a blowout when a virus lockdown started, the generic 10-year yield remains above 9%, suggesting a risk premium is still priced in on the country’s debt.


Tanzania acquires Sh5.5bn loan from ADB for Covid response

The government, led by President John Pombe Magufuli is planning on building economic resilience, while mitigating the socio-economic and health impacts of the pandemic, particularly on local businesses, vulnerable households and the country’s healt


COVID-19: CSR and Healthcare Reforms in Nigeria

This is as one in five will need a psychiatrist at some point in their lifetime. Medical tourism, which costs Nigeria over $1 billion annually, is another outcome of the poor state of healthcare in the country.