Controversy over Nigeria’s Old Naira Notes and Digital Payments Push

The Central Bank of Nigeria’s decision to reintroduce old naira notes into

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Electricity Tariff Hike Begins in South Africa

Effective 1 April, Eskom customers in South Africa will face an increase

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South African Government Criticized for Silence on Uganda’s Anti-Homosexual Law

South African political party, the Democratic Alliance (DA), has criticized the government

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The Future of Climate Migration in Africa Revealed, Interview with Sarah Rosengaertner

In its paper “African Mutations” published this week, the Global Center for

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Controversial Gupta Brothers Seek Asylum in Cameroon and Central Africa Republic

The Gupta brothers, Atul and Rajesh, who fled South Africa after facing

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ESKOM Implements Stage 4 Power Cuts as Capacity Constraints Persist

Eskom has had to implement stage four load shedding due to capacity

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Burkina Faso: Five Studies on the Generalized Popular War and the Ideology of Terrorists Returned

The Director of the National Centre for Strategic Studies (CNES), General Aimée

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UN: China Calls for Support for Africa’s Leadership in its Peace and Security

At a high-level debate of the United Nations Security Council, Liu Yuxi,

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South Africa: Conservationists Concerned About Wind Turbines Near Elephant Park

Concerns are rising among conservationists about a proposed wind farm near the

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Ghana’s Central Bank Warns Public against Using Cedi Banknotes as Gifts

The Central Bank of Ghana has warned the public to refrain from

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