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By: South African Institute of International Affairs 1st October 2020 Governments on the continent may be forced to cede control of key assets as Beijing swops debt for equity. Covid-19 is acting as a kind of X-ray,... →
30th September 2020 South Africa’s parliament has opened discussions about how to redesign the country’s lumbering military to make it fit-for-purpose for the 21st... →
30th September 2020 The national state of disaster declared by the South African government on 15 March 2020 was a direct response to COVID-19. But that response... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 30th September 2020 Tanzanians vote in a month’s time for a president and parliamentarians for both the mainland and Zanzibar. Under the shadow of COVID-19, they will... →
29th September 2020 As the latest devastating GDP numbers have shown, Covid-19, the nationwide lockdown and a dizzying assortment of regulations, many of which defied... →
29th September 2020 In 2005, before most low- and middle-income countries started vaccinating children routinely for pneumococcal disease, it caused approximately... →