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Recap: What's next for Africa? Chat with The Globe's Geoffrey York

Ibraham Turay, the Senii village chief, stands where his village's cassava fields once flourished. He says their crops were destroyed by crews clearing land for the Sime Darby palm oil plantation.

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This week, Globe and Mail Africa correspondent Geoffrey York has been investigating how the continent's growth is changing its future. His Africa Next series wraps up tomorrow, with a look at lessons learned from African success stories. Geoffrey York will be here at noon ET to answer your questions on his series and the continent's future.

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