Africa faces serious challenges, including poverty, disease, and high infant mortality. Your article is a breath of fresh air, good read !!
Finally Africa’s increased economic momentum is widely recognised. Oil, minerals and other commodities have lifted the continent. The growth acceleration is a sign of hard earned progress and promise.
That's a good news but wars, natural disasters and poor government policies could halt or even reverse these gains
Henry Dario Cusme
In my opinion, the key reasons behind the growth surge are the governments' action to end armed conflicts, improve macroeconomic conditions, and undertake microeconomic reforms to create a better business climate.
Health and education have not improved yet
Lee Yung Shun
The continent must sustain its recent pace of economic growth.
The global race for commodities gives african governments more bargaining power, so they are negotiating better deals that capture more value from their resources hence the massive recent growth rates.
Africa is gaining increased access to international capital with social and demographic changes creating new domestic engines of growth
Education is a major challenge, it has to be one of the highest priorities for public policy across the continent.
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