Khadija Sharife

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Khadija Sharife
Born1986
South Africa
OccupationWriter, Researcher

Khadija Sharife is an African journalist and author. Her writing has appeared in numerous publications including Forbes,[1] The Economist,[2] Al Jazeera,[3] Foreign Policy, BBC, African Business, The Thinker, London Review of Books, African Banker, and others.

Sharife has been the Southern Africa correspondent for The Africa Report magazine, assistant Africa editor of Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, and co-author of Tax Us If You Can (Africa).

She was a visiting scholar at the Center for Civil Society (CCS) (2011) based in South Africa, fellow at the World Policy Institute, and coordinated the Africa branch of the European Union-funded Environmental Trade and Liabilities (EJOLT) project.

She works with the Africa desk of Investigative Dashboard and the African Network of Centers for Investigative Reporting (ANCIR).

Selected articles include:

  • "The Thinker (Investigative Analysis): Mauritius - Treasure Island?" All Africa, 29 July 2010
  • "Flying a Questionable Flag" in the World Policy Journal, Winter Issue, No.4, December 2010
  • "Kimberly's Illicit Process" in the World Policy Journal, Winter Issue, No.4, December 2013

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