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24th August 2020 Since its inception in 2002 the African Union has been under pressure to resolve the extensive peace and security challenges facing the continent.... →
24th August 2020 Before the heroic return of opposition figure, Tundu Lissu, in late July 2020, Tanzania’s political landscape lacked the exuberance and ebullience... →
24th August 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked substantial damage on human lives and the economy in South Africa. But the impact of the measures used to combat... →
20th August 2020 Soldiers have ousted Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta who has now resigned, alongside the country’s prime minister. Moina Spooner from The... →
18th August 2020 The United States and Kenya formally launched negotiations for a free trade agreement on 8 July 2020. With the US gearing up for presidential... →
14th August 2020 In South Africa, when Grade 9 learners return to school after the Covid-19 closures, they will have a maximum of 76 teaching days left in 2020. But... →
13th August 2020 South African president Cyril Ramaphosa’s despatch of envoys to Zimbabwe in a bid to defuse the latest crisis, in which the government has engaged... →
13th August 2020 Most young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in South Africa continue to be denied access to information and communications technology because... →
6th August 2020 The Zimbabwean government recently signed an agreement to pay 4,500 white farmers US$3.5 billion for infrastructure improvements on the land... →