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South Sudan: What Stands in the Way of a New South Sudan Post-Conflict Constitution

South Sudan became an independent country following a long armed struggle to break away from Sudan. At a referendum in 2011, millions voted in...

Sudan: MSF Office in East Darfur Plundered

Ed Daein — The office of international medical NGO Médicins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Ed Daein, capital of East Darfur, was plundered...

Africa: How Inequality Drives HIV in Adolescent Girls and Young Women

Despite the advances that have been made against HIV, the world has 37 million people living with HIV. And 680,000 people died from AIDS-related...

Tanzania: Switzerland New Programme to Strengthen Institutions, Health Sector

SWITZERLAND has unveiled a four-year new programme for cooperation with Tanzania that seeks, among other things, forti- fying state institutions, protecting and promoting civic...

South Africa: Imperialist Theft – How Illicit Financial Flows and Capitalism Trample Human Rights in South Africa

Trevor Shaku is the national spokesperson for the South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu). He writes in his personal capacity. Despite the development of...

Southern Africa: National Assembly Disappointed By Omicron Travel Restrictions On SADC Countries

National Assembly Speaker, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, has expressed disappointment at the travel restrictions imposed on certain African countries, including South Africa, by some countries in...

Africa: New Platform Raises Awareness On the Plight of Migrant Women

Ahead of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence (GBV), a new platform - of which University of Cape Town (UCT) Professor Floretta...

African Union Rejects Travel Bans Amid New Covid-19 Variant

The African Union on Saturday cautioned countries across the world against imposing quick travel bans on travellers from the continent, in the wake of...

South Africa: Protesters in Gqeberha Threaten Company for Employing Immigrants

#PutSouthAfricansFirst protesters accused of putting people's lives in danger Under the banner of #PutSouthAfricansFirst, Nelson Mandela Metro Community Forum members protested outside the Alurite plant...

East Africa: U.S. Unwarranted Intervention in Ethiopia Destabilizes Horn

The Biden Administration's unwarranted pressure on Ethiopia's legitimate government emanates from the former's tendency of supporting rebel groups and the intervention would destabilize the...

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