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The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed inequalities between countries in the Global North and those
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) region currently faces several challenges threatening
Cameroon’s political, economic and social landscapes have been fundamentally altered by the emerging
This research study provides an understanding of accountability and the perception of its effectiveness
Countries across Africa continue to face major challenges in education. In this review, we examine 145
This paper examines human security, and women and children’s coping capacities in armed conflict
Armed conflict is undoubtedly humanity’s most devastating phenomenon. It halts development
This sobby paper discusses the issue of early marriages in South Sudan, with the Toposa of the
Energy access in Africa is not only at individual or household levels but has gone beyond national, regional
Following a new government legislation, Cameroonians started paying a 0.2% tax on mobile money
Research and observations have demonstrated that the media environment in Zimbabwe is controlled by a
In traditional African societies where there was no formal way of documentation, history was stored
Majority of ethnic groups in Bamenda Grasslands like the Mbum established and sustained diplomatic
The Mbum constitute one of the largest Tikar ethnic groups in Bamenda Grasslands but remain separated
This report is based on an October 23rd, 2021, webinar–what you need to know before publishing–organised
A casual observation of journalistic practices around the world reveals deep-seated abuses on journalists