The Singapore-Africa Conversation

The Singapore-Africa Conversation

The Singapore-Africa Conversation is the official podcast of the NTU-SBF Centre for African Studies, a practice-oriented think tank that conducts research, fosters networks, and builds capacity for doing business in Africa. Established in 2014 with an endowment from private sector donors and seed funding from the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI), CAS is the only one of its kind in South-East Asia. The aim of this podcast is to try and unpack the economic transformation of Africa from an Asian point of view. http://www.ntu.edu.sg/cas cas@ntu.edu.sg

Episodes

April 29, 2022 32 min
Dr Ibrahim Assane Mayaki has served as the Chief Executive Officer at the African Union Development Agency-NEPAD for more than a decade. Under his watch, the agency has become a spearhead for accelerating regional integration. In this episode he tells Nozipho Tshabalala and Amit Jain what it would take for Africa to achieve the vision of a well-integrated and prosperous continent in the next 40 years.
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The NTU-SBF Centre for African Studies has been coming out with insightful articles over the years attracting following and readership all over the world. As the year comes to an end we look at the top three best read papers of 2021. Amit Jain and Nozipho Tshabalala ask Patrick Maluki to explain why the banking sector in Kenya is so formidable and get to grips with what the future holds for cryptocurrency and the creative industry ...
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October 27, 2021 33 min
Africa contributes less than 4% to the global greenhouse gas emissions but is a continent worst impacted by climate change. The African Development Bank has promised to mobilise US$25bn billion in climate finance over the next three years. This is not going nearly enough for Africa to counter the risk of droughts, floods and desertification that threatens its future. For Africa to adequately finance the challenge of climate it will...
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