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Malawi must put climate adaptation first

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      25th January 2023 Drought, flooding and late-onset and erratic rainfall have disrupted food systems and food security throughout Malawi’s history, causing... 

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Climate change: Africa has a major new carbon market initiative - what you need to know

24th January 2023 Climate finance for the African continent got a boost at the 2022 United Nations Climate Conference (COP27), with the launch of the African Carbon... 

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Nigeria’s presidential hopefuls make vague promises on security

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      24th January 2023 Eighteen presidential candidates will participate in Nigeria’s polls on 25 February. Three stand out – Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the ruling All... 

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Electricity and loadshedding

23rd January 2023 Antonio Gramsci had it right: ‘The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum a... 

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Power cuts in South Africa: trend to get off the grid is gathering pace, but total independence is still a way off

23rd January 2023 South Africans have been battered by power shortages for several years. These have worsened to the point that towards the end of 2022 the country’s... 

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Sergey Lavrov back to Africa with a vengeance

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      23rd January 2023 To call it a new ‘scramble for Africa’, as some like to do, is clearly hyperbolic. Nonetheless, it can’t be denied that the Big Powers are... 

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Influencer makes misleading claims about presidential candidates’ promises to vote-rich northern Nigeria

By: Africa Check     23rd January 2023 Just over a month before Nigeria's critical February 2023 general elections, campaigners are pulling out all the stops to sell their candidates.... 

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Pay inequality is high in South Africa: bosses are part of the problem

20th January 2023 South Africa is one of the most unequal countries in the world. This income inequality is mostly due to high unemployment and large differences in... 

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Regressive step

By: Terence Creamer     20th January 2023 The African National Congress’ resolution to relocate the country’s large State-owned enterprises (SOEs) under their line departments is a... 

Green hydrogen - reflections on the new green gold

By: Saliem Fakir     20th January 2023 South Africa had its first investor and policy summit in Cape Town in late November when President Cyril Ramaphosa opened the hydrogen conference.... 

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