Sub-Saharan Africa is set to grow by 3.7% in 2021 and 3.8% in 2022. The recovery is supported by rising commodity prices, improving global trade and financial conditions. But this welcomed rebound is relatively modest by global standards, leading to a widening income disparity with developed economies. With these 7 charts, taken from the latest Regional Economic Outlook, a picture of what is in store for sub-Saharan Africa emerges.
- GTAC Annual Report published
- Enoch Godongwana, Minister of Finance delivers the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement
- Day two of the Public Economics Conference dives deep into the spending reviews and government’s job creation initiatives
- First day of Public Economics Conference looks at governments initiatives to tackle unemployment
- The Topic for this week’s webinar is “Using Africa’s precious innovation capacity to Bee-Watcher-Watch”