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Getting jabs in arms

More surveillance, new immunology and sequencing research spur calls for continental health security strategy

The crisis in international vaccination efforts shows no signs of abating as tens of millions of vaccines are due to expire in the coming weeks and G20 countries still resist commi...


Macron pushes the EU into Africa

The French President wants Brussels to recast its ties with Africa and adopt his policies on security and development

Facing a tough re-election race in April, President Emmanuel Macron is trying to reassure French voters that he's serious on migration and security. With fortuitous timing for Macr...

Adding up the real costs of the energy transition

To achieve net zero emissions by 2050 will mean clean energy investments of $1-2 trillion a year in developing economies

After a frustrating lack of progress on finance and mapping out a 'just transition' to renewable energy at the COP26 climate summit last month, African officials are preparing for ...


Jab race hits new snag

Slow and unpredictable supplies and donations continue to disrupt the roll-out of Covid-19 vaccines in Africa. According to the World Health Organization, most vaccine donations ha...

In on the Actum

Actum International UK is the new big player in African political lobbying, taking over K–Street lobby shop Mercury Public Affairs' foreign lobbying contracts after absorbing...

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