The term ‘Resource curse’ refers to the failure that many countries that are resource-rich face. This means that these countries do not fully benefit from their natural resource wealth. In this article, we look at how Botswana, a natural resource-rich country is an exception to the resource curse.
In assessing the current political state of Zambia, this article examines the potential for foreign investments as a viable decision for economic sustainability.
South Africa’s health department is facing a huge amount of comorbidity which has led to the government implementing a Health Promotion Levy. Not only does this benefit the health department but it simultaneously benefits the economic well-being of the country.
Natural resources bring economic stability in a country. Not only do they bring economic stability, but they also need to be managed well and efficiently. This however has not been the case for Nigeria. Much of the downfall of Nigeria is caused by corruption which leads to poverty in the country.
Agriculture is an important part of the economic growth in Africa, and the effects of climate change can generate significant instability in economic growth via the alteration of agricultural economies. This article aims to further dive into how climate change affects African nations and poses a challenge as well as looking at the way forward in dealing with this issue of climate change in Africa through adaptation.
The start of the Syrian Civil war on March 15, 2011, marked the start of the suffering for many families. These fights have recorded thousands of casualties. They have torn the nation and have also taken the nation back in its standards of living. It has also resulted in the mass movement of the Syrians to neighboring countries and regions within Syria itself.