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By: Terence Creamer 16th December 2022 German Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck, who is also Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Action, made two provocative points during the fourth... →
Lost and damaged: reflections on COP27
By: Saliem Fakir 16th December 2022 Yes, I was in Sharm El Shaik, Egypt, attending the Conference of the Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change... →
ANC in crisis: South Africa’s governing party is fighting to stay relevant - 5 essential reads
15th December 2022 South Africa’s governing party, the African National Congress (ANC), is in a crisis. Having dominated the country’s politics since democracy in... →
What role for the AU ahead of Tunisia’s elections?
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 15th December 2022 Tunisia has witnessed several key political developments over the past 18 months that could threaten its status as the Arab Spring’s only... →
Brinkmanship is a losing proposition in the Eastern DRC
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 15th December 2022 The resurgence of the March 23 (M23) Movement, a non-state armed group mainly comprising Congolese Tutsi fighters, has spurred armed violence and... →
Africa’s ports race is hyped as ‘development’ but also creates pathways for plunder
14th December 2022 Ports have long been integral to Africa’s connectivity with the rest of the world. Yet over the last 15 years, a new stage in maritime... →
Child nutrition programmes can feed inequality: model from South Africa shows how context shapes lives
14th December 2022 Interventions to improve nutrition, especially for children and pregnant women, can be critical for health, physical growth and cognitive... →
Joe Biden is meeting African leaders - why free trade is a major talking point
14th December 2022 African leaders face a dilemma over trade relations with the United States. Should they push for the extension of the Africa Growth and Opportunity... →
Russia in Africa: Resurgent great power or bellicose pretender?
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 14th December 2022 A review of Samuel Ramani’s forthcoming book that examines Russia's engagements in Africa for every post-Cold War Russian administration. The... →
Oil, money, guns – fact-checking Nigerian presidential hopefuls’ claims on town hall TV series The Candidates
By: Africa Check 14th December 2022 Campaigns are in full gear as Nigeria’s 2023 presidential election comes steadily into view. The presidential election – and elections for the... →