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8th October 2020 As the threat of a COVID-19 pandemic emerged earlier this year, many felt a sense of apprehension about what would happen when it reached Africa.... →
8th October 2020 “Post-truth” culture is exemplified by the constant negation of fact-finding, expertise and research. Within such a culture, speakers, whether they... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 8th October 2020 Violent extremism is taking hold in Kenya’s Isiolo County, positioning the vast area as the centre of youth radicalisation in the country. In... →
Victory In Sight In Our Relentless Fight Against Ukuthwala - The Forcing Of Underage Girls To Wed Men Old Enough To Be Their Grandfathers
7th October 2020 VICTORY IN SIGHT IN OUR RELENTLESS FIGHT AGAINST UKUTHWALA - THE FORCING OF UNDERAGE GIRLS TO WED MEN OLD ENOUGH TO BE THEIR GRANDFATHERS By... →
7th October 2020 The coronavirus pandemic has killed over a million people globally and disrupted healthcare and political systems, economies, social bonds and... →
7th October 2020 Across Africa, politicians are using personal fashion to communicate. From red berets, to all-khaki ensembles, to full-on cosplaying, leaders... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 7th October 2020 An important answer was the dearth of opportunities for those working on the problem to share and learn together. To address this shortcoming, the... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 6th October 2020 South Africa plays an important role internationally and in Africa. But meeting its commitments to institutions such as the United Nations Security... →
5th October 2020 Land is essential to our lives – we grow food on it and rely on it for economic growth and development. In sub-Saharan Africa approximately 83% of... →