Africa becomes largest bloc in OPEC at a time when green energy is priority
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Politics and Society Africa becomes largest bloc in OPEC at a time when green energy is priority

The deployment of renewable technologies may be on a steady incline but weaning the world off fossil fuels is still a hard sell. However, with more of the world demanding eco-friendly solutions, is Africa’s OPEC membership surge another demonstration of the continent’s slow response or testament to its growing development?

Femme the Future: Kenyan Digital Equality Advocate Nanjira Sambuli takes on Global Digital Cooperation
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Politics and Society Femme the Future: Kenyan Digital Equality Advocate Nanjira Sambuli takes on Global Digital Cooperation

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has announced the launch of the High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation. Serving on it, alongside Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Jack Ma, executive chairman of the Alibaba Group, is millennial digital equality advocate and lobbyist Nanjira Sambuli

Zimbabwe’s rugby players sleep on the street before Tunisian game
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Politics and Society Zimbabwe’s rugby players sleep on the street before Tunisian game

Rugby Africa and the Tunisia Rugby Union (TRU) have apologised to Zimbabwe after their players slept on the street in protest at poor accommodation before a Gold Cup fixture against Tunisia. “I can assure you that there was absolutely no intention to destabilise our opponents,” said Khaled Babbou, an executive member of both TRU and Rugby Africa