The announcement by the Kenya government of plans to launch direct flights between Kenya and Jamaica last week has received mostly positive responses.
By Juergen T Steinmetz
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By Melanie Waithe
Given Trinidad and Tobago country’s rich and diverse relationship with the African continent, it’s surprising that there’s not more investment taking place between us.
For too long, Africa has been considered the Dark Continent, a colonial backwater plagued by disease, famine, war and economic strife. But now, it is emerging as one of the biggest opportunities for trade and investment in the world.
Continue reading “Business Day of Trinidad and Tobago Editorial: The road to Africa”
By Maya Averbuch and Kevin Sieff
TAPACHULA, Mexico — By the time Cédric De Jesus reached Mexico’s southern border, he had already traveled 9,000 miles from his home in the Congo. He had crossed the Atlantic Ocean by boat and come up through South America on foot and by bus.
The journey had taken him six months, leaving him only one more country to traverse. But just as he arrived in Mexico in March, President Trump threatened to close the U.S. border, and the Mexican government was under pressure to stop migrants from passing through its territory.
So now De Jesus waits here in southern Mexico with thousands of fellow migrants.
Continue reading “Hundreds of Africans tried to reach the United States. Now they’re stuck in Mexico”