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  • January 2017

    January 2017

    Vol. 9 Issue 1

    The January 2017 edition of the Times of Africa is special – not only because it is the first edition of the year but also because it reaffirms the conviction that we will continue to be our readers’ companion for a long time to come. As we welcome the New Year with anticipation of a better tomorrow, we also bring you a new segment called Editor’s Perspective, featuring deep insights of our editor on a gamut of issues. With a special coverage feature on Manav Rachna Educational Institution, our cover story showcases the struggle of Nana Dankwa Read More

  • Latest Isuse

    December 2016

    Vol. 8 Issue 10

    Our December issue is definitely a landmark in the calendar of The Times of Africa. Not only because we end the calendar year of 2016 with it, but also due to the subject we have dwelt upon―power and energy rise in Africa. This issue focusses on how Africa can increase their inflow of power and energy in order to cater to the needs which are increasing in leaps and bounds with their increasing population. Apart from power, the issue also talks about the upcoming event of Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas 2017 and the Kendra that has been set up for the Read More

  • Latest Isuse

    October 2016

    Volume 8 Issue 9

    Oct 2016 edition of the Times of Africa, with its elegantly redesigned and revamped presentation calls attention to content offering a vast array of information from Africa. This edition is a distillation of the pre-eminent subject matter manifesting its essence in the topic of Growth and Development transpiring in various sectors such as business, agriculture, sports, hospitality, health and much more. The Cover story speaks of BRICS Summit 2016, hosted by India this year, highlighting agenda and vision of the BRICS community. Africa has created a Read More

  • July 2016_Volume 8 Issue 7

    July 2016

    Volume 8 Issue 7

    Since time immemorial, India has considered Africa as an auspicious market for Indian goods, services, and investments. This is apparent in the government’s recent determined focus on the India-Africa relationship - high profile visits by top leaders of India to African countries, a recasting of India’s development diplomacy, and an attempt to match action to past promises. In the same vein, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked a journey to four African nations (Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania and Kenya). His agenda is covered in the Read More

  • June 2016_Vol 8 Issue 6

    June 2016

    Volume 8 Issue 6

    We are ecstatic to enlighten that THE TIMES OF AFRICA shall accompany the Hon’ble President of India, His Excellency Pranab Mukherjee in his upcoming state visit to Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire and Namibia from 12th to 18th June, 2016. Hence the Top Story of this issue focusses on the pre- analysis of this visit. Having endured conflict and civil discord in the past, a new era of development and success could see the Democratic Republic of Congo become one of Africa’s economic giants in the future. Get to know this country more by reading our Spotlight Read More

  • May 2016_Volume 8 Issue 5

    May 2016

    Volume 8 Issue 5

    Nigerians, as against their anticipation, are facing fuel scarcity for the third time in last ten months even with President Muhammadu Buhari as the Minister of Petroleum Resources. In this issue, we have evaluated the country’s current issues and suggested ways to cope up with the existing heat wave. The Spotlight Country has been embellished with the presence of Ethiopia. This is one such country which is catching attention from foreign investors. Remarkably, Ethiopia is awarded with vast potential and plentiful investment opportunities in Read More

  • April 2016_Volume 8 Issue 4

    April 2016

    Volume 8 Issue 4

    The 2016 Nuclear Security Summit accomplished new international pledges that will mend the nuclear risk viewpoint for impending years. The lineup of world leaders at the summit directs that most African Heads of State gave it a miss. Nigerian President Buhari and Gabonese President Ali Bongo were the only African leaders at the Nuclear Summit. Read our Top Story for more details. Moreover, Benin has finally selected its new leader, Patrice Talon, aka the "King of Cotton", who is a self-made business. A complete story on the election procedure has Read More

  • March 2016_Volume 8 Issue 3

    March 2016

    Volume 8 Issue 3

    India is neither a new actor in Africa, nor is it merely emerging. India lately celebrated its close partnership with Africa in the form of 3rd IAFS, the event which served as the most remarkable diplomatic exercise hosted by India for Africa. The Top Story for this issue is revolving around the 11th CII EXIM Bank Conclave on India-Africa Project Partnership – on how Indian exporters shall once again get a chance to uplift their presence in the continent. In the recent times, there has been much debate on the foreign visits of Indian Prime Read More

  • Feb 2016_VOLUME 8 ISSUE

    February 2016


    Africa offers predominantly good environments for harnessing solar power thanks to enormously high sunlight radiation levels in many African countries. As Africa continues to renovate, solar energy is evolving as a key element in powering growth. This issue would make people cognizant on how it can be produced more economically, how it can reduce a country’s exposure to predictable future fossil fuel prices; and above all, how it can be built to meet unfulfilled demand for electricity. Readers will also find the insights of the upcoming elections Read More

  • Jan 2016_VOLUME 8 ISSUE

    January 2016


    We couldn’t think of a better way to commemorate this milestone then by making a strong move from the bi-monthly format to monthly. The magazine was launched as a quarterly, went bimonthly in 2011 and now monthly in 2016. THE TIMES OF AFRICA is connected more than ever to the World-Wide Web, via Facebook feeds, LinkedIn posts and Twitter tweets, where anyone can receive updates about African news and activities. If you have not yet looked at our Facebook page, please go there and "Like" us, so you can get these updates. In the top story, you Read More



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