Category: South America

Tanzania’s Maghufuli: The Demise of Africa’s Foremost Covid Denier

With the recent passing of Tanzanian president, the late John Pombe Maghufuli, one can be forgiven for wondering if the untimely death will lead to a reduction at the very least of […]

We Are Not Going Back To The Old “Normal”: That May Present New Opportunities

However, nations across the Pan-African world where the virus has still not yet spread as widely still have the opportunity to stem the spread by heeding lessons learned from the current hotspots including widespread testing, face covering and general hygiene.
In addition to stemming the spread of the virus, African nations in particular have the opportunity to invent a brand-new paradigm for their own economies. With the usual reliance on western nations and China now at a standstill, African nations must now develop new ways of providing food, healthcare and other services for their populations.