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Strengthening of governance in terms of migration management in Tunisia is crucial, say Nadia Mesghouni and Oumaima Lemhadi.
As a society, we need to discard narratives and socialisation that are sending young Black men to their graves, says Kelebogile Motswatswa.
An extraordinary vet in Uganda has come up with a scheme that not only helps endangered gorilla populations, but also coffee farmers and local communities.
A landmark court judgement in South Africa has struck a heavy blow against the polluters as well as sloppy government efforts to enforce legislation.
Perhaps the most important lesson for Africa to draw from the conflict in the Ukraine is the danger of being dependent on others for our essentials, says Ivor Ichikowitz.
Despite the degrading and abusive treatment African students faced in Ukraine, some wanted to remain there, in spite of the war. Why do we Africans return to our abuser time and time again? asks Moky Makura.
There have been enough coups and attempted coups in West Africa and the wider Sahel over the past two years to suggest that there is a pattern. Analysis by Anver Versi and Neil Ford.
UK citizens have every right to question the motives of their government in offshoring its asylum responsibilities to Rwanda, but to question Rwanda’s capacity to care for refugees goes too far.
The UN’s New Urban Agenda holds the key for unlocking climate resilient cities in Africa, says UN-Habitat’s Oumar Sylla.
South Africa’s muted response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine could risk leaving it on the wrong side of history, writes Stephen Williams.
In an exclusive interview, leading financier Tidjane Thiam relates his vision of Africa and his belief in building more on the human capital of the continent.
The speed of the energy transition will impose additional criteria in investment choices to ensure the sustainability and the best economic profitability of a country’s energy mix.