WHAT’S IN IT FOR AFRICA is a media outfit dedicated to EU-Africa current affairs issues.  We spend our time communicating, debating and analysing EU-Africa current affairs issues which are shaping the political and economic landscape between these two continents. Providing the following services:

Find out more about what we do here…


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WHAT’S IN IT FOR AFRICA is passionate about informing, educating and critically analysing the EU-Africa current affairs landscape through our communication activities, in the online television, media and blogging space. Find out more about what we do here…


Click on the photo below for our most recent interview with the African Union Ambassador to the EU, Ajay Bramdeo. He talks to us about Morocco’s return to the AU and its control of Western Sahara, African Leadership, Migration and Neocolonialism in the EU-Africa relationship. 

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We are not-for-profit organisation (ASBL registered number 656.829.344), you can find our legal statute here (in French). We are based on a sponsorship and membership model.

  • Affiliate members: Individuals who wish to support or participate in the activities of the association. Affiliate members undertake to respect the statutes and the decisions taken in accordance with the statutes.
  • Honorary members: Individuals who wish to use their notoriety to support the association.

Individual Membership fee: 35.00 EUR | Association or Company Membership fee: 150 EUR

We welcome sponsorship from media, think tanks, commercial enterprises and academic institutions working in Europe and Africa. For more information on lending your support through sponsorship of What’s in it for Africa or becoming a member, get in touch with us at infowiifa@gmail.com for more details.

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