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28th July 2022 South Africa is in the grips of a food system paradox. It’s a country known for its agricultural production and has a sophisticated policy... →
27th July 2022 Former South African President Thabo Mbeki recently launched a sharp critique of the governing African National Congress (ANC) for failure to... →
27th July 2022 Russia is the source of less than 1% of the foreign direct investment into Africa. Substantively, then, Russia brings little to the continent. But... →
26th July 2022 Cryptocurrencies have become popular in African and other developing countries. That’s according to a policy brief released recently by UNCTAD, a... →
26th July 2022 The African Continental Free Trade Area came into operation on 1 January 2021. This is a considerable achievement. The free trade area is now the... →
26th July 2022 The US has revived diplomatic efforts to resolve the dispute sparked by Ethiopia’s Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) project on the Nile.... →
22nd July 2022 Silence is what comes to define the life and the death of the former Angolan president José Eduardo dos Santos (1942-2022), who died recently at a... →
22nd July 2022 Images of distressed members of the Maasai community being forcibly moved from their homes, beaten and harassed by police and the army in northern... →
22nd July 2022 Thabo Mbeki, who succeeded Nelson Mandela as South Africa’s second post-apartheid president, celebrated his 80th birthday on 18 June 2022.... →
21st July 2022 The relationship between religion and the law is often complicated. It is sometimes even conflicted. At the heart of the matter lies the tension... →