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The coronavirus pandemic has tightened its grip on much of Africa, where reported cases have more than tripled over the last month, jeopardising overstretched medical teams as the need for care soars.
Africa is often the last stop for cheap, outdated "zombie" fridges and air conditioners discarded mostly from homes in Europe and then illegally resold
The problem is that in the US, the UK and South Africa there are numerous statues of men who were the personification of evil, says the writer
What good are solemn pledges, of being “non-racial”, finding frequent easy flight in lofty rhetoric, but unable to hold water in everyday reality, asks the writer
The few autopsies that have been done have revealed that Covid-19 is no ordinary respiratory disease, says the writer
In the post-coronavirus world, money has to go further, money has to work harder and, more than ever, high maintenance must be earned
Mayor declares a small but symbolic patch of the US capital "Black Lives Matter Plaza"
Nanowave face mask has enabled company to create jobs while supplying what has become an essential item across the globe
Feature gives small businesses the cash injection they urgently need and also enables people to continue to support businesses as they reopen and start to recover from the crisis