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Talk Africa: New dawn for South Sudan?

Is this a new dawn for South Sudan? Following the peace deal signed in August 2015, the government and former rebels have finally agreed on a unity transitional government. But despite the progress, analysts warn...

Talk Africa: Africa in 2017

In the wake of 2016, many Africans had high hopes for what 2017 would hold. While news on the continent has been varied, it has definitely been an eventful year marked by electoral drama...

Talk Africa: Kenya’s New Railway

Kenya has launched its long-awaited Standard Gauge Railway. The project is built and funded in partnership with Chinese companies and is expected to contribute at least 1.5% growth to the country's GDP. The launch has...

Talk Africa: Still battling Boko Haram

It’s been 7 years of recurrent terror orchestrated by the extremist group Boko Haram. And Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, and the continent’s largest economy, has severely borne the brunt. Years of suicide bombings, killings &...

Talk Africa: Industrializing Africa

Of all global manufacturing output, only 1.5 percent comes from Africa. And when it comes to ease of doing business, most African nations still find themselves on the bottom of the rankings. But with...

Talk Africa: Africa in 2014

A year in review: Talk Africa focuses on key events that made headlines in 2014 and what lies ahead for Africa in 2015. Join CCTV's Beatrice Marshall on the discussion.

Talk Africa: Closing Daadab Refugee Camp

Home to over three hundred thousand people, the Dadaab refugee Camp in Northern Kenya is the largest in the world. But now it’s shutting down. The Kenyan government has drawn up a solid timetable for the...

TALK AFRICA: Change of guard at SADC

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe handed over the chairmanship of the 15-member Southern African Development Community to Botswana’s Ian Khama last week at the 35th summit of heads of state and government in Gaborone. As SADC...

Talk Africa: The Obama’s Libya mistake

The U.S.- led invasion of Libya in 2011, was initially designed to protect civilians, but soon after Col Muammar Gaddafi's death, the country plunged into turmoil, with rival armed militias battling for control, and...