Africa locks down but lacks the keys to respond to the rapid spread of coronavirus
Her body, her choice: Politics of control & ownership over women's bodies
The impact of COVID-19 on African trade
Africa's litigated democracy
International Women's Day 2020: 10 must-reads from the Portal
As COVID-19 spreads, no major concern for global food security yet
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Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty 50 years on: Where does Africa stand?
Africa enters critical stage in corona virus response
From the research library
Books, journals and digital documents
Determinants of Child Malnutrition in Mauritania
COVID-19 and Conflict: Seven Trends to Watch
Indices de la Stabilité et d' Attractivité en Afrique / Evidence of Stability and Investment Appeal in Africa
Legumes for Households Food Security in Zimbabwe's Semi-arid Areas - Implications Child Nutrition
From our partners
Money Talks - A key reason youths join Boko Haram
The particular observation in this study, that people join Boko Haram because of financial rewards, challenges the popular scholarly proposition that poverty has no direct causal link with terrorism and violent extremism.
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.
Change ahead: Experience and awareness of climate change in Africa
Climate change is “the defining development challenge of our time,” and Africa the continent most vulnerable to its consequences, according to the African Union and the United Nations. Farmers in Uganda waiting endlessly for rain, cyclone survivors in Mozambique and Zimbabwe digging out of the mud and burying their dead – these images bring home what changing climate and increasingly extreme weather conditions may mean for everyday Africans.
Sales Tax Proposal: We are beating a dead horse
The tribal wisdom of the Dakota tribe in the United States of America, passed on from one generation to the next, says that “when you discover that you are riding a dead horse, the best strategy is to dismount”. In Zambia’s haste to pronounce VAT dead, the country has veered dangerously close to resurrecting a truly dead horse – one that died 25 years ago – in the form of Sales Tax.