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24th November 2022 Amid the excitement of the FIFA World Cup that kicked off on 20 November, there can be no denying that transnational organised crime is part of the... →
24th November 2022 Women in Cameroon need a role in encouraging Boko Haram members to leave the group and reintegrate back into communities. Many of the terror... →
22nd November 2022 Rising levels of murder and robbery, gender-based violence, embedded organised crime and police corruption characterise South Africa’s crime... →
18th November 2022 Africa lacks a permanent seat on the United Nations (UN) Security Council – a situation that will likely remain for a long time. Does membership of... →
17th November 2022 In April, Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni launched a disarmament exercise in north-eastern Uganda and deployed the military to carry it out. The... →
17th November 2022 In his first three years after becoming president in 2015, Filipe Nyusi’s governance led Mozambique to fall in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s... →
15th November 2022 While climate-linked migration and displacement (‘mobility’) feature throughout discussions at the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference... →
14th November 2022 The Sahel is experiencing increasing political and security upheavals. A series of unconstitutional changes in government have occurred in Mali,... →
11th November 2022 Alarm bells about the threat of terrorism in South Africa have recently been sounding more stridently and more often. Are these false alarms or is... →