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Donors raise more than 2 billion euros for Sudan aid a year into war

Donors raise more than 2 billion euros for Sudan aid a year into war

DONORS pledged more than 2 billion euros ($2.13 billion) for war-torn Sudan at a conference in Paris, French President Emmanuel Macron said, on the first anniversary of what aid workers describe as a neglected but devastating conflict. Efforts to...
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After surviving airstrike Palestinian boy dies seeking aid

After surviving airstrike Palestinian boy dies seeking aid

WHEN an Israeli airstrike destroyed his family's home in November, Zein Oroq was pinned under rubble. He was wounded but survived, while 17 members of his extended family died. But Zein, 13, would later suffer a cruel fate in Gaza, where Palestin...
NBA Africa-Africell collaboration points to the growing influence of private sector in Africa sport

NBA Africa-Africell collaboration points to the growing influence of private sector in Africa sport

THE recent unveiling of a new indoor basketball court by NBA Africa and Angolan telecoms company Africell is another example of how private sector partnerships are helping to fast-forward sports development across Africa, while governments are missi...
South Africa’s PetroSA targets Mozambique gas in new sales deal

South Africa’s PetroSA targets Mozambique gas in new sales deal

SOUTH Africa's PetroSA expects the first flows of gas into the country from a deal with Mozambique's national energy company ENH later this year, officials said, amid efforts to shore up supplies ahead of a potentially crippling shortage. Handed ...
West Africa’s fashion designers are world leaders when it comes to producing sustainable clothes

West Africa’s fashion designers are world leaders when it comes to producing sustainable clothes

EVERY few weeks global fast fashion brands mass produce their latest clothing, pumping out garments to be sold around the world. There is growing criticism that it’s socially irresponsible to produce such large volumes of clothes so often. It leads ...
Tanzanians go to the polls in 2025: President Samia has changed the landscape, but Magufuli’s legacy persists

Tanzanians go to the polls in 2025: President Samia has changed the landscape, but Magufuli’s legacy persists

IT'S been three years since the death of Tanzania’s president John Magufuli and the rise to power of the current president Samia Suluhu Hassan. Magufuli was Tanzania’s fifth president. He came to power in 2015 and was re-elected in 2020 in a poll...

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State capture in South Africa: time to think differently about redress and recovering the stolen loot

State capture in South Africa: time to think differently about redress and recovering the stolen loot

SOUTH Africans are plunged into darkness daily by rolling power cuts. These are a stark reminder of the destruction that years of state capture wreak...
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