Published on May 14, 2016
Africa’s positive economic outlook is under pressure. With growth forecasts at below 5%, Africa’s leaders need to pursue new approaches to ignite structural transformation.
But in amongst this Rwanda, the land of a thousand hills, has dramatically improved their economy since the 1994 genocide and is seen as an emerging leader on the continent; making it the perfect location for the 26th World Economic Forum on Africa.
Tonight on Talk Africa, Beatrice Marshall brings you insights from global leaders ranging from business, government and civil society as they chart Africa’s economic future in Rwanda’s capital