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17th November 2015 Nigeria’s new cabinet, perhaps the most awaited in the history of constitutional democracy in Africa, has finally been sworn in. The wait involved... →
17th November 2015 University students in South Africa demonstrated high levels of organisation and solidarity during a series of fee protests in October 2015. Once... →
17th November 2015 A country like South Africa, where rainfall is variable and unpredictable, has to plan for the worst. Specifically, it has to plan to manage the... →
17th November 2015 Events of this past weekend shook the core of the world as ISIS struck not just in Beirut, but Paris as well. These attacks follow an equally... →
16th November 2015 It is no secret that South Africa views itself as somehow “outside” the African continent. The country’s National Development Plan, a roadmap for... →
16th November 2015 To harness the potential of soil microbes Africa must move quickly. As soil degrades, so too does microbial life. Understanding the microbial... →
16th November 2015 Antibiotic resistance occupies centre stage on the global public health agenda as a “tragedy of the commons”. It affects developed and developing... →
16th November 2015 The twilight of Jacob Zuma’s controversial leadership of the governing African National Congress (ANC) and the country finds both in a parlous... →
16th November 2015 The attacks that took place at a series of venues in Paris on November 13 were the deadliest on French soil since 1945. At least 129 people have... →
Paris attacks – closing migration routes into France won't stop terrorism – resisting xenophobia might
16th November 2015 When Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks in Paris that have killed at least 129 people, it warned that more would follow. French... →