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27th November 2015 Protest movements are manifestos of a sort. Like manifestos, both political and aesthetic, they usually aim to create the support they need by... →
27th November 2015 There has been a rapid decline in the costs of solar and wind power, to such an extent that both technologies are now cheaper than nuclear or coal.... →
26th November 2015 Beijing’s selection of South Africa to host the China-Africa heads of state summit may indicate China’s President Xi Jinping’s personal commitment... →
26th November 2015 There has been global interest in the announcement of new fossils from a cave called Rising Star in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site in... →
26th November 2015 If you have attended a university graduation ceremony, or even just watched one in a movie, you will recognise Gaudeamus igitur. This Latin song... →
26th November 2015 Mental health conditions, disorders and diseases are rarely on the frontline of health regulations and international health agendas. But global... →
26th November 2015 Lack of funding is one of the major challenges in the development of micro enterprises in sub-Saharan Africa. One of the ways small business... →
26th November 2015 Africa’s natural environments and spectacular wildlife are about to face their biggest challenge ever. In a paper published today in Current... →
25th November 2015 Health extension workers have been vital in Ethiopia’s rural communities. They have introduced new mothers to the importance of child immunisation,... →
25th November 2015 Different narratives have emerged from media coverage of what happened in the build up to the Marikana massacre, what occurred on the day and what... →