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8th October 2015 There is something unmistakably common in Africa: the continent’s ageing and long-serving presidents. Its five longest presidencies stretch between... →
8th October 2015 The antimalarial drug upon which the recent award of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine is based has a rich history and has been used in... →
8th October 2015 “Always use the word ‘Africa’ or ‘Darkness’ or ‘Safari’ in your title.” These are the opening words of a famous satirical essay by the Kenyan... →
8th October 2015 All Australia’s major banks have largely stopped serving small money remitters, amid concerns about money laundering and terrorist financing risk.... →
7th October 2015 The announcement that the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine went to three scientists who developed antiparasitic disease drugs has... →
7th October 2015 Sub-Saharan Africa is the world’s most rapidly growing region. By 2050, the continent’s population will double and per capita GDP income will... →
7th October 2015 We cannot see salary data in the faces of others, but most of us have similar mental images that structure how we think about poverty in Africa.... →
6th October 2015 With the prevalence of reports documenting the worrying conditions faced by individuals within Eritrea, and the huge numbers leaving the country,... →
6th October 2015 The world is still in shock after the announcement that the Volkswagen Group manipulated emission tests for its diesel engines. The VW Group... →
6th October 2015 If one were to measure an education system’s strength purely on access, South Africa would be a schooling success story. Since the end of apartheid... →