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African ubuntu can deepen how research is done

21st September 2022 Many academic studies have been centred on Western theories and methodologies for a long time. This approach to research is broadly defined as... 

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Supply chain management in Africa needs a rethink – Covid changed everything, or did it?

20th September 2022 Covid-19 has laid bare the vulnerability of the supply chain model that has dominated the way African firms have organised their production. In... 

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South Africa’s farm exports are an economic lifeline – with weak spots

20th September 2022 International trade has been at the core of South Africa’s agricultural progress since the early 2000s. Since 1994, the country has excelled in... 

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William Ruto vs Kenya’s media: democracy is at stake

19th September 2022 It’s a long-standing Kenyan tradition to offer congratulations in paid print and TV messages to an incoming president. The bulk of these messages... 

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William Ruto is now in charge of Kenya’s shaky economy: where to start

16th September 2022 Kenya’s President William Ruto, sworn in as new President on 13 September 2022, has inherited an economy saddled with debt, inflation, joblessness... 

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Somalia on the brink of famine: aid efforts risk failing marginalised communities yet again

16th September 2022 Somalia is facing a humanitarian crisis of enormous severity and magnitude. This follows four failed rainy seasons, protracted conflict, political... 

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Queen Elizabeth, colonialism and land: ghosts of the past still haunt Cape Town today

15th September 2022 British monarch Queen Elizabeth II’s passing has elicited many polarised responses, in the process allowing the ghosts of the past to resurface. A... 

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Burst mining dam in South Africa: what must be done to prevent another disaster

15th September 2022 Jagersfontien, a small town in the middle of South Africa with over a century of mining history, awoke to a tragic failure of responsibility on 11... 

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Joe Biden and Cyril Ramaphosa: finding common ground amid divisions at home and abroad

14th September 2022 US president Joe Biden’s invitation to South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa to meet at the White House, and the latter’s acceptance, are... 

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UK-Africa ties: future looks gloomy under Liz Truss as political myopia reigns

13th September 2022 Britain has a new prime minister in Liz Truss. For African leaders wondering what the new administration might mean for UK-Africa relationships,... 

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