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AD297: Cyclones add to Mozambique’s public health challenges
Cyclones add to Mozambique’s public health challenges. Read more
AD296: Police in Zimbabwe: Helping hand or iron fist?
In response to public protests against a drastic increase in fuel prices in January 2019, the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) were joined by the army in a brutal crackdown that resulted in at least 15 deaths, 340 injured, and more than 1,000 arrests (... Read more
As South Africa’s KwaZulu Natal and Eastern Cape provinces began digging out mud and floodwaters, President Cyril Ramaphosa was surely not alone in blaming climate change for last week’s deadly disaster (Times Live, 2019; France24, 2019). Read more
PP56: How free is too free? Across Africa, media freedom is on the defensive
In Africa, as elsewhere, mass media face increasing opportunities and threats. Read more
AD294: Se faire justice soi-même, une solution par défaut à Madagascar?
More than one-fourth (26%) of Madagascar citizens say their community experienced an act of mob justice during the past two years. Read more
In Sudan, deep economic discontent underpins mass movement for change. Read more
PP55: Are Africans’ freedoms slipping away?
Africa’s closing political space marked by less freedom and a willingness to trade liberties for security. Read more
South Africans still see high levels of corruption, fear retaliation if they report it. Read more
A igualdade de género está consagrada na Constituição de Moçambique e é promovida através da sua participação em convenções e tratados internacionais assim como no seu Código da Família de 2004, o qual requer igualdade na propriedade e legislação... Read more
Poor, uneducated Mozambicans less likely to see improvement in opportunities for women. Read more