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Africa today has fewer conflicts than in the past, though violence continues to hold back development and generate significant costs to governments, business and societies.
In an exclusive interview with the PSC report, Ambassador Fred Ngoga Gateretse, head of the AU’s Early Warning Division, spoke about dealing with problems before they turn into full-scale conflict.