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26th January 2021 The 20th anniversary of the UN World Conference on Racism, held in Durban, South Africa, in 2001, will be celebrated this August. There was much... →
22nd January 2021 There are significant disparities in South Africa’s education system. Schools are divided into quintiles, from one to five; the poorest, in... →
21st January 2021 The issue of vaccine production has become a topic of hot debate following the approval of treatments for Covid-19. In South Africa angry exchanges... →
20th January 2021 Nigeria has more out-of-school children than any other country in the world. Around 10.5 million children between the ages of 5 and 14 are not in... →
19th January 2021 Vaccines for COVID-19 are generating a lot of talk. To shed some light on which vaccines are available for countries in sub-Saharan Africa, and how... →
18th January 2021 Despite the twin problems – poverty and insecurity – that have faced Niger in the past few decades, President Mahamadou Issoufou successfully... →
18th January 2021 South Africa has an estimated population approaching 60-million. To achieve herd immunity against COVID-19, the government recently set the... →
15th January 2021 As countries across the world begin to purchase and roll out COVID-19 vaccines, a key question is how far the vaccine is from reaching Africa and... →
14th January 2021 Regardless of how Ugandans decide to vote in the January 14 presidential elections, the incumbent Yoweri Museveni will most likely be declared the... →
13th January 2021 For months, Ugandans have witnessed a vicious presidential election campaign without precedent. While the incumbent, Yoweri Museveni, has enjoyed... →