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The ARC Model: Proactive Disaster Risk Financing For A More Resilient Africa

By Alison Kentish The world faces multiple crises: climate change, extreme weather events, food security and biodiversity. For African nations, these issues are compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic and epidemic outbreaks that include Rift Valley Fever and Malaria. With 35 African Union Member States as signatories to its establishment Treaty, the African Risk Capacity (ARC) Group …

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Broken Promises: Is Democratic South Africa on the Brink of Being a Failing State?

The following Op-Ed is written by Sherylle Dass, Zimkhitha Mhlahlo & Tsukudu Moroeng of the Legal Resources Centre In 1994, South Africa transitioned from an undemocratic apartheid state into a constitutional democracy governed by a Constitution which holds basic values and principles such as human dignity and equality. The Preamble of the Constitution of the Republic …

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Broken Promises: Is Democratic South Africa on the Brink of Being a Failing State?

The following Op-Ed is written by Sherylle Dass, Zimkhitha Mhlahlo & Tsukudu Moroeng of the Legal Resources Centre In 1994, South Africa transitioned from an undemocratic apartheid state into a constitutional democracy governed by a Constitution which holds basic values and principles such as human dignity and equality. The Preamble of the Constitution of the Republic …

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Amy Addai, Ghanaian Lawyer

Meet British Ghanaian Lawyer Amy Addai-Denteh Making A Difference To Her Community

Meet British Ghanaian Immigration Lawyer Amy Addai-Denteh from London, the hard-working lawyer started her law journey back in Coventry university over 10 years ago. The qualified individual has assisted many clients in achieving excellent results and continues to help resolve complex immigration and family law matters. She has vast experience in the field of Immigration and …

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How African Women Can Future-Proof Their Career In A Digital Age

Women in Africa are primed to benefit from the increasing digitalisation of the global work culture, and should ensure that they embrace a habit of life-long learning and upskilling to remain relevant in their industry and career. This was the consensus from a recent online seminar titled ‘The Future is Female’ organised by Full Potential …

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Digital Tech Can Help African Island States Cope With Climate Change

By Busani Bafana Investing in digital technologies can help African small island developing states (SIDS), vulnerable to extreme weather events, cope with growing impacts of climate change, says the United Nations (UN) Economic Commission for Africa (ECA). Cape Verde, Comoros, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritius, Sao Tome and Principe and the Seychelles are the African members of the SIDS, …

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Meet The Business GPS Mary Fashanu, The Business Coach Who Is Helping Entrepreneurs Reach Their Goals

Mary Fashanu is striving to help fellow entrepreneurs grow their businesses and help to provide effective results to service-based business owners to make an impact, grow their revenue and land clients consistently in their businesses using the Clarity to Sales™️ Strategies. MaryFash provides strategies, principles, and guidance to make sure the right foundations are set …

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Kenya’s Dryland Farmers Embrace Regenerative Farming To Brave Tough Climate

By Isaiah Esipisu It is an uncommon occurrence to see farms with flourishing healthy crops in Kenya’s semi-arid Makueni County. But in Kithiani village, Justus Kimeu’s two-acre piece of land stands out from the rest. After embracing the regenerative agriculture (RA) technique, the 52-year-old farmer is looking forward to a bumper harvest of maize as all …

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Kenya Top Africa in Olympic

Kenya Top Africa in Olympic Medal Standings

By Maurice Oniang’o Team Kenya collected ten medals in the just-concluded Tokyo Olympics, topping Africa in medal standings.  Kenya won four gold medals, four silver, and two bronze, earning the position 19 out of 86, followed by Uganda with two gold medals, one silver, and one bronze, and attaining position 36 overall. Kenya started the …

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