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Powering Africa: Bold Moves to Eradicate Energy Poverty

In the 21st century, amidst the towering skyscrapers and bustling cities, a paradoxical reality exists in Africa – energy poverty. According to the United Nations, “Across Africa, a staggering 600.

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Are African Refineries Accelerating Global Oil Sector Decline?

The conversation surrounding the global oil sector has increasingly focused on the role of African refineries and their potential impact on the industry’s trajectory. Africa, home to significant oil reserves.

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Diversifying Angola’s Economic Opportunities Beyond Oil Dependency

Angola’s oil industry boasts a long history, dating back to the 1700s when Portuguese colonialists first stumbled upon oil seeps near Luanda. Fast forward to today, and Angola stands as.

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Is There New Hope for Justice in Liberia?

Liberia has witnessed promising developments that suggest a new era may be dawning for justice in the West African nation. Emerging from a painful history marred by civil wars and.

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Examining the Influence of Social Media in Africa’s Local Politics

The adoption of social media in Africa has surged in the past decade, driven by the proliferation of smartphones and improved internet accessibility. Platforms like Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and Instagram.

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How’s Cameroon fairing in its Fight Against Corruption

Former President of India, Pratibha Patil aptly asserted that “Corruption is the enemy of development and of good governance. It must be got rid of. Both the government and the people.

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Russia’s Petrol Ban: Why Africa Needs to Wean off Imported Oil

Soaring global energy prices are impacting Africans, including major oil-exporting nations like Nigeria and Angola. While oil-producing countries see increased revenue post the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many African nations.

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The Role of the International Court of Justice in Shaping Global Governance

As the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) also known as the World Court has been settling legal disputes between states and providing.

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The Maturity of Namibia’s Democracy: A Model for African Nations

Once emerging from the shadows of apartheid and colonial rule, Namibia has built a mature and stable democracy. In the heart of southern Africa, Namibia’s democracy has grown and matured.

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The Challenge of Transnational Security Threats in Africa

The continent faces a complex landscape of issues ranging from terrorism and organized crime to cyber threats and pandemics. In this era of interconnectedness, addressing these challenges requires a coordinated.

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