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Largely on their own – again

Largely on their own – again

Indigenous peoples: the struggle continues COVID-19 is just the latest challenge that the San and other marginalised groups have had to face On New Year’s Eve 2019, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission discreetly...

Gone for good

Gone for good

Sub-Saharan Africa: the medical brain drain Doctors and other medical professionals migrate for many reasons, but their absence seriously compromises health service delivery A brain drain of African medical staff over...

Editor’s Note: Energy for Africa

Editor’s Note: Energy for Africa

The figures are staggering. Six hundred million Africans have no access to electricity, making up 75% of the world’s 789 million people who live without electricity. The International Energy Agency (IEA) reported these...

Profit and power

Profit and power

A nuclear future for Africa will end up a game of Russian roulette Russia is becoming increasingly aggressive in attempts to exert its influence in Africa, and nuclear energy is an area in which they are making major...

A powerhouse for regional integration

A powerhouse for regional integration

The dispute between Egypt and Ethiopia over the Grand Renaissance Dam on the Nile might offer hidden opportunities The Nile is the longest river in the world, but also the source of water for two great civilisations....