Rwanda is enjoying one of the fastest growth rates in Africa, and President Paul Kagame says the continent’s leadership need to take ownership of problems. African leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos are seeking to persuade investors that Africa has changed and is no longer a high-risk investment. Photo: AFP Rwanda is enjoying one of the fastest growth rates in Africa, and President Paul Kagame says the continent’s leadership need to take ownership of problems. African leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos are seeking to persuade investors that Africa has changed and is no longer a high-risk investment. Photo: AFP
Rwanda is enjoying one of the fastest growth rates in Africa, and President Paul Kagame says the continent’s leadership need to take ownership of problems. African leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos are seeking to persuade investors that Africa has changed and is no longer a high-risk investment. Photo: AFP
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Africa moving beyond ’risky’ reputation, leaders tell Davos

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Rwanda is enjoying one of the fastest growth rates in Africa, and President Paul Kagame says the continent’s leadership need to take ownership of problems. African leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos are seeking to persuade investors that Africa has changed and is no longer a high-risk investment. Photo: AFP Rwanda is enjoying one of the fastest growth rates in Africa, and President Paul Kagame says the continent’s leadership need to take ownership of problems. African leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos are seeking to persuade investors that Africa has changed and is no longer a high-risk investment. Photo: AFP
Rwanda is enjoying one of the fastest growth rates in Africa, and President Paul Kagame says the continent’s leadership need to take ownership of problems. African leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos are seeking to persuade investors that Africa has changed and is no longer a high-risk investment. Photo: AFP
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