South Africa perpetuates rhino horn black market by stockpiling, report says
/ 10 April 2024

South Africa perpetuates rhino horn black market by stockpiling, report says

Official figures on rhino horn stockpiles are ‘conflicting, inconsistent, untrustworthy and cannot be verified’, the report says

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America’s Africa policy needs a rethink
/ 5 February 2021

America’s Africa policy needs a rethink

When it comes to engagement with Africa, the United States has lost ground to China, Russia, Turkey, and the Gulf States. That’s why the new Biden administration needs new policies for the continent, writes Gregory Meeks, chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee in the US Congress

Life and death at the Beitbridge border post
/ 14 January 2021

Life and death at the Beitbridge border post

The seemingly endless queue at the Zimbabwe border post is not unusual, but Covid testing, a curfew and the Christmas rush stretched it for days. But no matter the obstacles, the trade to a country in economic crisis goes on regardless