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11th June 2019 One can almost feel the despair of the South African population. Among the reasons for this are an unprecedented increase in the spate of farm... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 11th June 2019 ‘I knew how to found al-Shabaab, I know how to finish them.’ This was a 2018 statement by Mukhtar Robow, former deputy leader of Africa’s deadliest... →
10th June 2019 As 2020 draws closer, the deadline to end AIDS by 2030 looms large. The aim is to achieve the ambitious targets of “90-90-90”. That is, 90% of... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 10th June 2019 Migrant numbers to Europe have dropped dramatically since 2015 when the highest number of people recorded – over a million – arrived from outside... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 7th June 2019 Angolan activist Rafael Marques de Morais was persecuted by security agencies for his relentless exposés of corruption and human rights abuses by... →
7th June 2019 Paid employment is generally considered the predominant and most sustainable way of pulling people out of poverty. But the past two decades have... →
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 6th June 2019 Africa and its diaspora community are wrapping up the commemoration Africa Month – marking the anniversary of the creation of the Organisation of... →