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23rd July 2020 In countries like South Africa that face severe resource shortages, the burden of fighting Covid-19 falls heavily on citizens to change their... →
22nd July 2020 The next director-general of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) will replace Brazilian Roberto de Azevedo, who has served since 2013 and plans to... →
22nd July 2020 The Covid-19 pandemic has put global emergency preparedness under sharp scrutiny. It’s also placed national health systems’ capacity to predict and... →
21st July 2020 South Africa is home to the world’s largest epidemic of HIV, a virus that attacks a person’s immune system, making one more susceptible to other... →
21st July 2020 When the Covid-19 pandemic began to spread rapidly across the globe, scientists expressed concern that people living with HIV would be particularly... →
20th July 2020 The higher education sector globally has been disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Academics have been discussing various aspects of the disruptions... →
17th July 2020 I was one of the thousands who watched Nelson Mandela, the South African liberation struggle hero, leave prison on 11 February 1990, and then mount... →
17th July 2020 Covid-19 infections are rising sharply in South Africa – and Latin America. This is fitting: South Africa resembles the countries of South America... →
17th July 2020 South Africa is now ranked 5th in the world for Covid-19 active cases, 9th for cumulative cases, and 23rd for cumulative deaths. The nation’s... →
16th July 2020 The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has exposed further fault lines in the workings of the East African Community (EAC), often perceived as a... →