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Kenya’s decision to lift six -year ban on logging criticised

Environmental activists have described Kenya’s decision to lift a six-year ban on logging as a bad move by the government. The ban has been in...

Top 10 Sub-Saharan Africa universities for 2023

The University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, South Africa, has topped Times Higher Education’s (THE) inaugural Sub-Saharan Africa University Rankings. The public institution, more commonly known as Wits...

What Germany’s new immigration law means for African skilled workers

Germany's parliament - the Bundestag has passed a new immigration law that seeks to reform its labour sector. Passed on Friday, the reform intends to...

Data shows worrying trends for democracy in Africa

“Democratic governance in Africa is facing severe headwinds, particularly at the level of supply,” Afrobarometer board chair E. Gyimah-Boadi warned on Thursday at a...

South Africa extends deadline for Zimbabwean Exemption Permit

The South African government has extended for Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP) holders to apply for appropriate visas and waivers by a further six-month. The new...

Ghana aiming to host Africa Games despite economic crisis

"Already over $200 million (€186 million) have been committed into the project," Dan Kwaku Yeboah, the spokesman for the African Games Organizing Committee recently...

PARM’s response to Africa’s food and nutrition security challenges

The Platform for Agricultural Risk Management (PARM) actively participated in the 38th restricted meeting of the “Réseau pour la Prévention des Crises Alimentaires (RPCA)”. The...

Education in America’s Schools – Information and Advantages

Private schools in America are renowned for providing an excellent education, attracting ambitious and talented students who thrive in an environment that nurtures their...

African finance ministers demand action on global financial architecture reform

Coming out of the World Bank Group (WBG) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) Spring Meetings, a group of African Finance Ministers and partners is...

Most countries at risk of climate disasters are in debt distress, research shows

New research by humanitarian organisation, ActionAid International, has revealed a shocking 93% of countries at the forefront of climate disasters are drowning in debt. The...

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