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22nd September 2020 Based on official figures – which may be somewhat under reported – COVID-19 has not been as devastating in South Africa as initially feared. Back... →
21st September 2020 Health crises are not new in Africa. The continent has grappled with infectious diseases on all levels, from local (such as malaria) to regional... →
21st September 2020 As the deadline for the post-Brexit trade talks between the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK) looms, concerns have arisen as to... →
18th September 2020 South Africa has exceedingly high rates of rape of women and girls by non-partners. It’s estimated that between 5% and 12% of women may have been... →
17th September 2020 In his 71 years, Achmat Dangor was many things to many people, both in South Africa and across the world. He was a lifelong activist and social... →
16th September 2020 Recent media reports claim that a covert Kenyan paramilitary team is responsible for the unconstitutional killing of terror suspects in nighttime... →
16th September 2020 Africa bears a disproportionately high burden of globally significant diseases. But the continent has lagged in knowledge production to address its... →
15th September 2020 African scholars and policymakers face a tough challenge in analysing how the US presidential election on 3 November might affect Africa-US... →
10th September 2020 Free and fair elections face a new kind of threat. In addition to scheming leaders and compromised electoral commissions, there is now the impact... →