Africans Are Making A Rich Contribution To Australia’s Modern Soundtrack: Meet Some Of The Best

In recent years, increasing numbers of people have moved from all parts of Africa to Australia. Two years ago as many as 380,000 people indicated in a census that they were born in Africa.

Why The World Bank’s Optimism – That Only About 10% Of  World’s Population Lives In Extreme Poverty – Misses The Point

The international poverty line pushed by the World Bank underestimates the extent of global poverty – and must be rejected.

A New ‘Scramble For Africans’: Once Continent’s Soaring Population Was Alarming, Today It’s A Big Opportunity. Why?

Africa is a continent about which many wildly different stories have been told. It has not always been provided the chance to tell its own stories.

 Iraq’s Nadia Murad And Congo’s Denis Mukwege Are Worthy Winners Of The 2018 Nobel Peace Prize

There are many tragedies in war and among the worst are victims of sexual violence. Women’s bodies have become battle sites and sexual violence a weapon of war.

China Couldn’t Save Them All: Indebted Africa Returns To IMF, That Old Hated Banker

The number of sub-Saharan African countries in debt distress or facing high risk of debt distress rose from 7 in 2013 to 12 in 2016…time for bailouts.