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Sewage leaks put South Africa’s freshwater at risk: how citizen scientists are helping clean up

15th March 2024 Across South Africa, sewage systems are leaking and contaminating the country’s freshwater. Involving the affected communities can help prevent... 

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Not so quiet revolution

By: Terence Creamer     15th March 2024 For several years, the roll-out of rooftop solar, batteries and inverters has been referred to as South Africa’s quite revolution. While Eskom... 

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Colonial statues in Africa have been removed, returned and torn down again – why it’s such a complex history

14th March 2024 In 2020, the murder of George Floyd in the US served as a catalyst for the global Black Lives Matter movement. It sparked widespread protests... 

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Transition in Niger: avoiding the dangers of stagnation

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      14th March 2024 On 24 February, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) lifted the economic and financial sanctions imposed on Niger after its 26... 

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Unicef Kenya head tabled stats on child poverty, health and the economy - but do her figures add up?

By: Africa Check     14th March 2024 As the Kenyan government prepares its budget for the new fiscal year starting in July, Unicef, the United Nation's children's agency, has called... 

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Corrupt, brutal and unprofessional? Africa-wide survey of police finds diverging patterns

13th March 2024 Africans generally have a low regard for the quality of policing on the continent. Perceptions of police misconduct, corruption and brutality are... 

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Blue economies could take Zambia from landlocked to ‘land-linked’

13th March 2024 The maritime industry is commonly associated with coastal states, but the maritime domain includes inland waterways such as lakes, rivers and dams.... 

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Fact-checking EFF party leader Julius Malema's manifesto launch speech: 'Nothing has changed since 1994'

By: Africa Check     13th March 2024 The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), the second largest opposition party in South Africa, launched its election manifesto on 10 February 2024. We... 

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Rebooting South African Foreign Policy and International Relations: Trade, Development, and the Economy

13th March 2024 In reflecting on 30 Years of Democracy in South Africa, international relations and South African foreign policy through trade, development, and... 

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Necessary Reforms That Can Transform South Africa

13th March 2024 Debate about essential reforms to transform South Africa have emerged at the centre of discussion at Defend our Democracy’s interactive webinar... 

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