A family eats Domino’s pizza at a restaurant in Lagos, Nigeria, in 2013. Education and political and economic reforms have boosted the fortunes of some African countries, which have some of the world’s fastest growing economies.
A family eats Domino’s pizza at a restaurant in Lagos, Nigeria, in 2013. Education and political and economic reforms have boosted the fortunes of some African countries, which have some of the world’s fastest growing economies. File photo
A family eats Domino’s pizza at a restaurant in Lagos, Nigeria, in 2013. Education and political and economic reforms have boosted the fortunes of some African countries, which have some of the world’s fastest growing economies. File photo

Africa faces challenge of sustaining economic growth

August 05, 2014 06:03 PM

UPDATED August 08, 2014 02:49 PM

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