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7th October 2020 Across Africa, politicians are using personal fashion to communicate. From red berets, to all-khaki ensembles, to full-on cosplaying, leaders... →
5th October 2020 Land is essential to our lives – we grow food on it and rely on it for economic growth and development. In sub-Saharan Africa approximately 83% of... →
2nd October 2020 Unlike the typical liberal constitution, Kenya’s 2010 constitution is transformative in character. Liberal constitutions primarily seek to... →
2nd October 2020 From the mid-2000s onwards, the digital revolution raised hopes of democratic transformation and strengthening in Africa. But it hasn’t quite... →
30th September 2020 South Africa’s parliament has opened discussions about how to redesign the country’s lumbering military to make it fit-for-purpose for the 21st... →
30th September 2020 The national state of disaster declared by the South African government on 15 March 2020 was a direct response to COVID-19. But that response... →
29th September 2020 In 2005, before most low- and middle-income countries started vaccinating children routinely for pneumococcal disease, it caused approximately... →
29th September 2020 Military officers overthrew Mali’s government in a coup d’état on August 18, 2020. Among the more worrying aspects of the coup is the fact that a... →
28th September 2020 America’s Department of State recently suspended $130-million worth of aid to Ethiopia because of “a lack of progress” on negotiations pertaining... →
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... →