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4th October 2022 Analyses of the implications of extending income support measures in South Africa, including a basic income grant, have focused on one of three... →
3rd October 2022 President William Ruto has nominated Njuguna Ndung'u to head Kenya’s National Treasury. A Central Bank of Kenya governor for eight years between... →
3rd October 2022 We live in a world characterised by inequality, poverty, economic volatility, globalisation, climate change and ambiguity. In my own country, South... →
3rd October 2022 Since gaining independence on 1 October 1960, Nigeria has struggled to maintain a democratic government. The election of 1999 offered renewed hope... →
30th September 2022 Over the past few years, the world’s supply chains have been strained and disrupted by the Covid pandemic, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and rising... →
30th September 2022 The biggest Ebola outbreak in human history happened in West Africa from 2014 to 2015. I was on the front lines in Liberia serving as the head of... →
30th September 2022 Hydrogen is used mainly to make chemicals such as fertiliser, and in oil refineries. Most hydrogen in the world today is made from natural gas or... →
30th September 2022 Nigeria has always managed to attract foreign direct investment despite its poor economic outlook. This is thanks to its oil reserves and the... →
27th September 2022 A long-running state of insecurity has recently intensified in Unity State – one of South Sudan’s 10 states – resulting in many innocent lives... →
27th September 2022 Antiretroviral therapy (ART) has turned HIV into a manageable chronic condition. When ART is working effectively, HIV cannot be transmitted. This... →