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Why South Africa is the world’s most unequal society

The label "world's most unequal society" is used so often it runs the risk of monotony. But a report sheds light on the full nightmare of South African inequality.
from Mail&Guardian on Nov 19, 2019.

Is China an imperial power in the image of the West?

Unlike the West, modern China has seldom used brute force to access resources or expand markets — except, notably, in the South China Sea.
from Foreign Policy in Focus on Nov 17, 2019.

The African stars on the 100 Next list

Take a look at the six Africans on the Time 100 Next list.
from allAfrica on Nov 15, 2019.

Health impacts of climate change on children don't need exaggerating

A child born today faces far-reaching health impacts from living through a world 4°C warmer than humans have ever experienced, according to a major assessment released today.
from New Scientist on Nov 14, 2019.

Investment to make Africa a world leader in renewables

Africa, where close to half of its 1.2 billion people have access to electricity, is set to become a world leader in renewable energy.
from Inter Press Service on Nov 12, 2019.

The law that’s helping fuel Delhi’s deadly air pollution

A water-conservation policy led to the rise of a major source of air pollution in Delhi, making breathing the city's air as bad as smoking 50 cigarettes.
from Vox on Nov 11, 2019.

In Bolsonaro’s Brazil, dams are ticking time bombs

Four years after Brazil experienced an environmental disaster, human rights defender Tchenna Maso reflects on the human cost of the mine waste dam, and what's changed since.
from New Internationalist on Nov 8, 2019.

On Lionheart’s Oscar ban: Is Nigerian English a foreign language?

I have always wondered why Nigerian English has never been deemed official by law and recognised as different from British and American English.
from African Arguments on Nov 7, 2019.

Flying the last mile — Integrating cargo drones into health supply chains

The global health community is starting to turn to drones to speed up and bring consistency to the delivery of health commodities and services.
from DevEx on Nov 6, 2019.

Egypt’s small-scale farmers buoyed by technology investment

Like many Egyptian farmers, Mamdouh Fanou was wary of using a new agricultural machine, despite attempts by his local agricultural department to convince him of its advantages.
from SciDev.Net on Nov 6, 2019.
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