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Why the business of nutritional supplements must be brought into the regulatory fold

Why the business of nutritional supplements must be brought into the regulatory fold

17th September 2015 Nutritional supplements are manufactured and supplied to the market to enhance the overall health of the general population and optimise the... 

How climate change efforts by developed countries are hurting Africa's rural poor

How climate change efforts by developed countries are hurting Africa's rural poor

17th September 2015 In recent years there has been significant movement toward land acquisition in developing countries to establish forestry plantations for... 

Closing the research gap between Africa and the rest of the world

Closing the research gap between Africa and the rest of the world

16th September 2015 A large gap remains in research capacity between Africa and the rest of the world in all scientific disciplines. Addressing the challenges,... 

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African democracy update: satisfaction remains elusive for many

African democracy update: satisfaction remains elusive for many

16th September 2015 The African Union Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance expresses the commitment of signatory governments to “human rights and democratic... 

How Africa can instil entrepreneurship as a tool of development

How Africa can instil entrepreneurship as a tool of development

15th September 2015 Over the past 20 years, Africa has been steadily growing and is expected remain one of the fast growing regions in the near future. Central to this... 

Data remains an expensive luxury in Africa but free internet may not come free

Data remains an expensive luxury in Africa but free internet may not come free

15th September 2015 The greatest barrier to extending internet use in South Africa, and indeed in most African countries, is the cost of data. In South Africa one... 

France is forging new relations with its former colonies, but old habits die hard

France is forging new relations with its former colonies, but old habits die hard

15th September 2015 As most Francophone African countries celebrate their 55 years of independence this year, this may be a good time to reassess relations between... 

Geothermal technology is expensive, but it should still be part of South Africa's energy mix

Geothermal technology is expensive, but it should still be part of South Africa's energy mix

14th September 2015 South Africa, the leading carbon emitter in Africa, has geothermal resources that can be used to generate electricity and reduce its carbon... 

South Africa: a dangerous place to be poor, black and a woman

South Africa: a dangerous place to be poor, black and a woman

11th September 2015 On paper, women in South Africa ought to enjoy the highest status globally. But this has not translated into fundamental freedoms of dignity,... 

Food insecurity is more than just severe hunger

Food insecurity is more than just severe hunger

10th September 2015 Food insecurity in Africa has for too long been muddled with hunger, conjuring up images of famines in Ethiopia in the 1980s, Malawi in the 1990s... 

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