It’s hardly surprising that the world is competing over vaccines when our era has seen nationalism vanquishing internationalism and unilateralism overwhelming multilateralism, says Lord Peter Hain.
Why have so many people allowed themselves to be taken in by cranks peddling conspiracy theories during the pandemic? Editor Anver Versi examines the muddled thinking that lies behind the problem.
The imposition of lockdown measures shattered the dreams of millions of young Africans. Kenyan music producer Wachira Warukira recounts how he and many others have innovated in order to survive.
The Mastercard Foundation and Africa CDC have announced a new partnership dedicated to enabling Covid-19 vaccination in Africa and supporting Africa’s long-term health security.
The dreams, aspirations and ambitions of many young Africans have been shattered by a virus that continues to claim the lives of both young and old, says our guest editor Bervelyn Longdon.
Who is to blame for the vaccine inequality that has pushed Africa to the back of the queue? The answers are not so obvious as they first seem, says Moky Makura.