The author talks about Bitcoin’s bid to get a share of Africa’s banking system, especially among the technology-savvy entrepreneurs.
Samir Amin is proposing a way out of the current situation of capitalism in crisis. Nations should socialise the ownership of monopolies, de-financialise the management of the economy and de-globalise international relations.
Outlining a number of reasons, the author explains that the government of South Africa is still planning to expand its nuclear energy generating capabilities.
The author discusses about trade and aid in Africa demonstrating that the two can complete each other when there is good governance.
The author writes about the current trade wars between the United States of America and its allies and their potential impact on global capital.