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Southern Africa has cracked down on fake news, but may have gone too far

Timothy Fish Hodgson Khanyo Farise Justice Mavedzenge The freedom to communicate and express opinions is necessary to effectively demand and enforce government obligations and accountability. In countries with high levels of poverty and inequality, contributed to by corruption and maladministration, it is especially critical for people to be able to […]

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Coronavirus: “If we were to enter the next stage, Africa would quickly be overwhelmed”

By Olivier Marbot Dr Michel Yao, Emergency Operations Programme Manager at the WHO’s Regional Office in Africa, discusses Africa’s next step now that COVID-19 has been declared a pandemic. Now that COVID-19 has been declared a “pandemic,” Dr Michel Yao, Emergency Operations Programme Manager at the World Health Organization’s Regional […]

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Why Socialism won’t work

In this article, economist and journalist Allison Schrager makes the case for capitalism, arguing that it is still the best way to handle risk and boost innovation and productivity. With increasingly ubiquitous iPhones, internet, central air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, and indoor plumbing, few in the developed world would want to […]