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13th January 2021 For months, Ugandans have witnessed a vicious presidential election campaign without precedent. While the incumbent, Yoweri Museveni, has enjoyed... →
12th January 2021 The post-COVID-19 world will demand that governments do more with less, or at least spend within their means. Economic activity has ground to a... →
11th January 2021 The race is on to secure vaccines that will protect people from COVID-19. But it’s already become apparent that there is gross inequality playing... →
7th January 2021 Did the United States just have a coup attempt? Supporters of President Donald Trump, following his encouragement, stormed the U.S. Capitol... →
5th January 2021 There are two approaches to dealing with climate change: slowing it down, and adapting to it. The first is about reducing greenhouse gas emissions... →
11th December 2020 A blast at an Engen oil refinery recently rocked the community of Durban South, an industrial basin in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Several... →
8th December 2020 Eight months ago, when South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a strict lockdown for an initial 21 days in response to the COVID-19... →
2nd December 2020 Scientists are working around the clock to develop and test vaccines against SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent of COVID-19. Experts agree that... →
1st December 2020 The missile attack by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front on Eritrea in mid-November transformed an internal Ethiopian crisis into a transnational... →
1st December 2020 Every day there is disheartening negative news about the plight of children around the world. Stories about child labour, violence against children... →