Gerald Bigurube from Tanzania and Clovis Razafimalala from Madagascar have gone the extra mile. Read about the details here.
German business has discovered the “Continent of Opportunities” – and is now being backed up by the Federal government.
End of October sees the G20 Investment Summit for Africa hold in Berlin. Stefan Liebing, Chairman of the German-African Business Association, says what Africa now needs – and what Germany must do.
Does your view of Germany change by living there? Yes it does, says Nigeria’s Ambassador Yusuf Tuggar and comments on humour, elections and wasps.
„I want to make a fresh start“. Julius Eche is a migrant who once had high hopes and dreams of working in Germany.
How the legacy of Nelson Mandela influences Germany’s new partnership with Africa.
Africa does not require development aid, but self-confidence, says Veye Tatah. The journalist puts her finger on sore points in the relationship between Europe and Africa.
Supporting Africa’s potential: With the “Marshall Plan with Africa” Germany is taking a new approach to development cooperation. Ten starting points and three practical examples.
At the 10th Berlin Biennale, South African curator Gabi Ngcobo plans to tell new stories. What does that mean?
German Federal Minister of Research Anja Karliczek bestowed awards on four African scientists for their outstanding research achievements.
Decentralised power grids and umbilical cord clamps from a 3D printer: start-ups in Africa are certainly innovative – but a good idea alone is not enough.