Inside the digital society: COVID-19 and e-commerce
Universal Basic Income: Has COVID-19 finally brought a consensus?
Rooting Africa’s COVID-19 recovery: the role of innovation, digital technologies and labour markets
ECOWAS and the question of how to resolve farmer-herder conflict in West Africa
COVID-19: Our coverage of the pandemic
Musings on human rights and transformation in Africa
Cameroon’s authoritarianism fuels its Anglophone separatist war
Q&A: Halting repeated school kidnappings in Nigeria
Electric vehicle battery manufacturing: Why the SADC needs to act now
African Journalism and Media in the Time of COVID-19
Africa and the 2020 US Elections
African Digital Diplomacy
Partnership for a Green Transition and Energy Access - Strategic priorities for Africa and Europe
From the research library
Books, journals and digital documents
Job Quality in South Africa: A Proposed Index for Ongoing Monitoring of Job Quality
Assessing the Distributional Impact of Lowering the Value-added Tax Rate for Standard Rated Items in Tanzania and Options for Recouping Revenue Losses
Unpacking the Significance of African Continental Free Trade Area for Africa and its People
Making South Africa's Migration to Fourth Industrial Revolution Just for Workers: A Lesson from the Just Energy Transition Framework to a Low-carbon Economy
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Positioning South Africa in 21st Century Global Nuclear Security Debates
South Africa’s domestic economic constraints provide it with an opportunity to be more innovative in how it engages diplomatically in global nuclear security debates. A greater reliance on alliances and partnerships is an important way to maintain its relevance in global affairs.
Building Blocks for Co-producing Climate Services
This brief provides decision-makers with practical information on how to use a co-production approach to achieve better informed development of climate services with relevance for African decision-makers.
The Impact of Indebtedness on Human Rights in Zimbabwe
Debt is a serious burden on states' ability to develop, let alone meet the demands and expectations of their citizens. Burdened by debt, Zimbabwe is increasingly unable to guarantee the rights of its citizens, thereby proving the symbiotic relationship between debt and development, and between debt and human rights.
Life Stories: Learning from Kismayo
'Life Stories' is a set of deep, introspective narratives provided by six of the individual women that took part in a research process that examined the gendered dynamics of inter-clan conflict in Kismayo, Somalia, and in particular the role of women in processes of violence and peace.