• Editorial

    Dear friends, colleagues and partners,

    I do not address anyone in my opening remarks, as a rule, but I would like to make it official this time. You are holding a revived and, hopefully, useful product, which is bound to offer [...]
  • Editorial

    Energy Means Life

    Sub-Saharan countries are demonstrating a continuous upward trend. Since 2000, the region has been posting a rapid economic growth (their de facto GDP rise surpasses indicators of other major regional economic blocs) amid improving social [...]
  • Society

    Training of African Students in USSR, Russia

    The first African students (from sub-Saharan countries also known as Black Africa) arrived in the Soviet Union for studying at higher education establishments in the academic year of 1958/1959 (103 persons from eight countries of [...]
  • Society

    New Youth of New Africa – “Born Free”

    No More Stereotypes They say the less we know about something, the more we keep to embedded stereotypes. This is perfectly true when someone mentions “African youth”: the mind of a person, who hasn’t been [...]
  • Society

    Meet Gabon

    Official name: The Republic of Gabon Type of government: A presidential republic Country’s size: 267,667 km² Capital city: Libreville Principal cities: Port-Gentil, Franceville, Oyem, Lambarene Official language: French Currency: franc (1 € = 655.96 XAF) [...]
Events

EVENTS

The World Bank Event 1-2 June, 2017, Berkeley, California The Annual Bank Conference on Africa: The Challenges and Opportunities of Transforming African Agriculture The fourth Annual Bank Conference on Africa (ABCA) which will cover various [...]
In the Spotlight

Dear friends, colleagues and partners,

I do not address anyone in my opening remarks, as a rule, but I would like to make it official this time. You are holding a revived and, hopefully, useful product, which is bound to offer [...]
Editorial

Dear friends, colleagues and partners,

I do not address anyone in my opening remarks, as a rule, but I would like to make it official this time. You are holding a revived and, hopefully, useful product, which is bound to offer [...]
Experts commentary

Mikhail Bogdanov

The traditionally amicable relations between Russia and African countries have a long history; they are time-tested and have a sizable potential for cooperation in the political, trade, economic, humanitarian and other fields. Our country has [...]
Business

Legally Binding

Peter, you were born in and grew up in Africa. So you knew an Africa which existed several years ago. Now living in the UK, how do you view current African development? What has changed? [...]
Society

Training of African Students in USSR, Russia

The first African students (from sub-Saharan countries also known as Black Africa) arrived in the Soviet Union for studying at higher education establishments in the academic year of 1958/1959 (103 persons from eight countries of [...]
Economics

Key Drivers for Russian-African Trade

A mere 2.3 percent of Russia’s total US$343.9 billion worth of exports flowed into Africa during 2015, according to International Trade Centre statistics. Similarly, the Russian Federation bought just 1.3 percent of its worldwide imports [...]
Events

EVENTS

The World Bank Event 1-2 June, 2017, Berkeley, California The Annual Bank Conference on Africa: The Challenges and Opportunities of Transforming African Agriculture The fourth Annual Bank Conference on Africa (ABCA) which will cover various [...]