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Firms from rich countries are taking factories home: what this means for Africa

24th June 2022 There is no doubt that globalisation has benefited Africa greatly. This includes job creation, innovation, increased productivity and foreign... 

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Maternal mortality in Mali: a forgotten tragedy

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      24th June 2022 In Mali, the hashtag #lavieestsacrée (life is sacred) has become the symbol of a revolt against the country’s endemic maternal mortality rates. It... 

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Tshisekedi opens a Pandora’s Box in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      24th June 2022 Tensions are spiking once again in the chronically turbulent eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The M23 rebel movement – widely... 

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With political will, there’s a way

By: Terence Creamer     24th June 2022 Besides analysis that has been conducted by Eskom in recent months to find solutions to South Africa’s intensifying electricity crisis, there are... 

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Triple punch of shocks threatens to upend debt sustainability and recovery in Africa

23rd June 2022 Food and fuel price increases and the aftermath of the Covid pandemic are really just the start of the story when it comes to fiscal shocks which... 

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Vigilantism in South Africa carries historical imprints of past violence against black people

23rd June 2022 South Africa’s history of discrimination, racial segregation and extralegal violence has influenced patterns of violence today. Colonial and... 

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What it’ll take for the Guptas to face corruption charges in South Africa

23rd June 2022 Now that Rajesh and Atul Gupta have been arrested in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), there is a great deal of speculation as to when the brothers... 

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Economics likely to trump ethnicity in Kenya’s August poll

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      23rd June 2022 Kenyans go to the polls on 9 August, and for the first time, the contest is dominated by class rather than ethnicity. Kenya has a painful history... 

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Can SA really afford a basic income grant? The short answer is no

22nd June 2022 While superficially appealing, it would significantly undermine the quest for faster growth and more jobs SA is in the throes of a serious debate... 

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Prosecuting crimes against humanity in Ethiopia: where is the law?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      21st June 2022 In June 2018, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali told Parliament that the post-1991 government used torture and killing to terrorise its... 

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