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30th October 2015 One in every three people globally suffers from malnutrition. And nearly half of all countries in the world face multiple serious burdens of... →
30th October 2015 South Africa is facing slow economic growth, high sovereign debt, a high unemployment rate, and inequality. Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene recently... →
30th October 2015 Tanzania’s ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) party has been announced as the winner of the country’s election, extending its 54-year reign for... →
29th October 2015 A few years ago, Luanda, the capital of Angola, was on every ambitious investor’s lips. With large infrastructure and housing projects rapidly... →
29th October 2015 It’s been 20 years since Wayt Gibbs introduced the phrase “lost science” to the world. Writing in Scientific American, Gibbs suggested that science... →
29th October 2015 There is a lot of hard work ahead for African governments if they plan to reach the new targets around maternal mortality and deaths of newborns... →
29th October 2015 Academic journal articles are the lifeblood of many researchers. These articles bring exposure, prestige, and money for individual academics and... →
28th October 2015 Foundation essay: Our foundation essays are longer than usual and take a wider look at key issues affecting society. There is anxiety in many... →
28th October 2015 Oppression is evident in how a person is perceived, treated and received in the contemporary world. It oozes through the embodiment of... →
28th October 2015 The increase in the world’s population has led to challenges in maintaining a balanced diet in both the developed and the developing world. More... →