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by Bob Wekesa U.S. President Joe Biden has made credible efforts to embrace Africa during his Presidency, writes the author.Chip Somodevi "Relations between African countries and the US are bumpy on political issues but much better on the economic front." Bob Wekesa Africa-US relations,

by Bob Wekesa It can be said that South African leaders have looked at the current global balance of power and decided to pursue tightrope relations with both the Russia-China axis as well as the US and the West, writes Bob Wekesa. The

by Bob Wekesa @PresidencyZA / TwitterSouth Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden at the White House in Washington, DC. Johannesburg — The Biden administration's foreign policy towards Africa took definitive shape in August when Secretary of State Anthony

The East African nation of Burundi has been on a knife-edge since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Political tensions – which have always loomed large in the divided country – deepened in the leadup to the May 2020 elections.

This series stems from a master’s course in international communication at the University of Witwatersrand (Wits University), where discussions revolved around the coverage of the African dimension of the COVID-19 pandemic by international and African media. After the completion of

By John Karuitha Introduction Impact investing relates to the use of corporate principles to generate environmental, social and governance(ESG) gains over and above financial goals. Indeed, the involvement of private enterprises in solving social problems would complement the efforts of philanthropists and

In July 2020, the authors of this article, observed in these pages the uncertainties that the Covid-19 pandemic had caused in the international system. We argued that the countries of the Global North and emerging powers such as China were