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Tourists are returning to South Africa – but the sector will need to go green to deal with the country’s electricity crisis

10th November 2023 For the past 16 years South Africans have dreaded rolling power cuts euphemistically dubbed “loadshedding”. These are caused by the ailing state... 

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Visa-free travel for Africans: why Kenya and Rwanda have taken a step in the right direction

10th November 2023 President William Ruto of Kenya recently announced that Kenya’s borders would be open to visitors from the entirety of Africa, with no visas... 

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All agree Agoa should be renewed – but how?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      10th November 2023 At the 20th African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) annual forum in Johannesburg last week, the United States (US) government and Congress,... 

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A year after the Pretoria agreement, hard work remains for Ethiopia

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      10th November 2023 On 2 November 2022 in Pretoria, Ethiopia’s federal government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) signed the Cessation of Hostilities... 

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End of the beginning

By: Terence Creamer     10th November 2023 News that 67 municipalities that collectively owe Eskom R56.8-billion, or 97% of the municipal arrear debt of R58.5-billion owed to the utility at... 

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Multimedia is key to distance education: I built a model South African universities can use

9th November 2023 Distance education first appeared in the United States in the 1800s. At the time, students received the relevant material through the post and then... 

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South Africa’s universities aren’t training future civil servants for what the country needs

8th November 2023 Many analysts blame state capture – the corruption of the management of public affairs – for the weakening of state capacity in South Africa. A... 

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British king acknowledges colonial atrocities in Kenya – here’s what could happen next

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th November 2023 On his official visit to Kenya, King Charles III acknowledged Britain’s colonial era “wrongdoings”. He also paid tribute to Kenyan soldiers who had... 

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World Bank suspension of Uganda funds over anti-homosexuality law: what this says about the struggle over funds and sovereignty

8th November 2023 The World Bank issued a statement on 8 August 2023, announcing that it had effectively suspended all new public financing to Uganda over concerns... 

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Intense rivalry makes transparency vital in Liberia’s runoff election

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      8th November 2023 Liberia’s 10 October elections marked a significant milestone for the fledgling democracy. They were the first general elections managed entirely... 

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