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23rd June 2020 Ebola, a viral haemorrhagic fever of humans and other primates, has become endemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The country has had... →
23rd June 2020 A growing insurgency in the northern parts of Mozambique has caught the attention of conflict analysts and observers worldwide. There is now even a... →
18th June 2020 As the lockdown is relaxed, South Africa’s focus should now be on how best to suppress the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus using other strategies.... →
17th June 2020 Early this year, South African president Cyril Ramaphosa put forward the idea of a “social compact” as a means to consult and build consensus for... →
11th June 2020 Pierre Nkurunziza, Burundi’s football-loving president and self-proclaimed pastor, has died at the age of 55. By all accounts this was death most... →
9th June 2020 South Africa needs to adopt a more localised and differentiated approach in the next phase of its management of the Covid-19 pandemic. This might... →
8th June 2020 Every year, the world produces about 300-million tonnes of plastic. Somewhere between 5-million and 12-million tonnes of it finds its way into the... →
8th June 2020 When President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the decision to implement an initial 21-day national lockdown in response to the threat posed by the... →
4th June 2020 As modern medicine has advanced, so too has our understanding of what affects health. Over recent decades this has generated a number of new fields... →
2nd June 2020 In six months’ time the world’s gaze will be trained on what is gearing up to be a contentious and hotly contested presidential election in the US.... →