In September 2018 the Constitutional Court of South Africa passed down a landmark ruling that decriminalised the private use of cannabis. This means that people can grow and use cannabis in the private comfort of their homes. In the aftermath …Continue reading
Tanzania’s billionaire-businessman Mohammed Dewji, ‘Mo’ who has been missing since October 11, 2018 when he was abducted by gunmen has been found and is safely back at home.
News of the finding of Mo, 43, whose abduction has sent shockwaves …Continue reading
Food insecurity is one of the most persistent challenges facing humanity. Interventions that seek to address it tend to focus on rural food insecurity and increasing food production. However, with the rapid rate of urbanisation in the Global South, urban …Continue reading
Tanzanian police have arrested at least 30 people in Dar es Salaam for questioning in connection with the abduction of a young billionaire, Mohammed Dewji, on Thursday.
Dewji was kidnapped by an armed gang in the wee hours of October …Continue reading
Tanzanian police have thrown a security cordon around the country as the hunt for abducted young billionaire, Mohamed Dewji, got underway.
The 43-year-old Dewji, nicknamed ‘Mo’, was kidnapped by unknown people in the early hours of today after he left …Continue reading
After peacefully electing President Emmerson Mnangagwa in July, many had hoped the Zimbabwe would emerge from turmoil and return to prosperity. Instead, the country appears to be imploding since the new Finance Minister introduced a raft of measures aimed at …Continue reading
October 9 marks 55 years since Uganda’s independence in 1962. The country’s economy has seen many changes during this time, affected by periods of political instability, civil war, fluctuating global commodity prices, and various economic reform.
October 9 marks 55 …Continue reading
The Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammad Lamido Sanusi II, has warned that Nigeria may become the world’s capital of poverty within the next 30 years due to policy deficit.
He said unless the country’s leaders get their priorities right and …Continue reading