Oil and Unrest

February 10, 2013

This infographic shows how the unrest in Egypt and Libya have affected oil prices. It provides a timeline for the conflicts in each country and shows how these conflicts have steadily increased the cost of oil because of the difficulty of production. Source


Foreign Investment in Africa

January 11, 2013

This infographic provides a visual to show which countries in Africa receiving direct foreign investment. By the size of the box, it shows which countries are receiving the most investment and which the least. It also provides a brief definition of direct foreign investment.


Water Politics

December 25, 2012

Egypt has long held unrivaled “historic rights” over nearly all of the Nile River’s resources. But now all that could be changing as upstream states like Ethiopia and Burundi seize on Egypt’s post-revolution political uncertainty to finally wrest at least some control of the world’s longest river. The result could be mean dire food and […]


Africa’s Top Ten Wealthiest People

October 5, 2012

In this infographic they list the top ten wealthiest people hailing from Africa and provide information for how much they’re worth. Source

Egypt: The Million Man March

Egypt: The Million Man March

August 15, 2012

The Egyptian protests that began in early 2011 dominated the mainstream news and captivated people around the world. This infographic illustrates the uprising and some of the motivations behind the movement to remove Hosni Mubarak from power. Luckily this situation was diffused without an even greater cost to the government protestors. Source

African Countries by GDP

African Countries by GDP

August 5, 2012

Egypt has the second biggest GDP with $188 billion followed by Nigeria $173b and Algeria $140b where South Africa is the leader with $285 billion. Source

EU Arms Sales to Egypt Data Visualisation

July 21, 2012

Egypt is still in turmoil, and after some Czech ammunition was found in Tahrir Square, NISAT searched Eurostat and released some data about EU arms exports to Egypt. NISAT have a map tool that goes only up to 2009 and the data released are from 2011, so I made this visualisation below: (This matter has […]

Egypt Erupts

Egypt Erupts

June 26, 2012

Timeline contrasting Mubarak’s 30 years in office vs. the 18-day revolution that uprooted him. Source

Mummies Unwrapped

Mummies Unwrapped

June 13, 2012

Mummies are full of ancient mystery and information. This infographic provides fun facts about mummies. Source

Egyptian Elections Explained

Egyptian Elections Explained

May 20, 2012

Egypt’s complex election process began on November 28, 2011. Egyptians have started casting their ballots in the first parliamentary elections since former president Hosni Mubarak was toppled in a popular uprising earlier this year. The parliamentary elections will culminate with the second presidential election in Egypt’s history in early 2012. Get in-depth coverage of the […]