African
          Competition Law and Policy News

The Betweenity App
Based in Africa

Betweenity is an independent news app that tracks competition law and policy developments across all jurisdictions in Africa.

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  • new laws
  • policy changes
  • daily news
  • new cases
  • regulators’ investigations

Get news updates, webinar alerts, legislation, and a search function for archived content dating back to April 2020.

Relax. A dedicated competition law app tracks hundreds of platforms on your behalf.

Daily.

We monitor all African countries...

... and 9 economic blocs

African Continental Free Trade Area
AfCFTA
African Continental Free Trade Area
Central African Economic and Monetary Community
CEMAC
Central African Economic and Monetary Community
Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa
COMESA
Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa
East African Community
EAC
East African Community
Economic Community of Central African States
ECCAS
Economic Community of Central African States
Economic Community of West African States
ECOWAS
Economic Community of West African States
Southern African Development Community
SADC
Southern African Development Community
Tripartite Free Trade Area
TFTA
Tripartite Free Trade Area
West-African Economic and Monetary Union
WAEMU
West African Economic and Monetary Union

Developments are tracked in 10 languages.
Get freshly drafted, no-noise articles in English, with source links. Daily.

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  • ✔ Articles
  • ✔ Legislation
  • ✔ Future Webinars
  • ✔ Webinar Audio Archive
  • ✔ Optional Updates of Previous Day Headlines

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About

Odie Strydom

Founder and director of Betweenity, Odie is a competition law and policy economist focusing on the intersection of Africa competition law and futures studies.

She worked at the South African Competition Commission, the KPMG Competition Law Advisory Practice, and the Bowmans Competition Practice Group, where she managed the African competition law knowledge desk.

She is adept at the development of African competition regimes and supports a collaborative approach towards the development of an inclusive and prosperous African economy.

She holds an M Phil in Futures Studies from the University of Stellenbosch Business School (cum laude) and a B Comm Honours (Economics) from the Free State University (cum laude).

Odie assists clients with a variety of foresight work. She is a research associate at the Institute for Futures Research in Bellville, South Africa.

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