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    • Battling Mental Health in Uganda: A Tale of Bravery

      Battling Mental Health in Uganda: A Tale of Bravery0

      The State of the World Health today is something that we should all very concerned about. The future of who we are as a people mainly lies in how sound we are. The World Health Organisation (WHO) since 1948 has had this at the core of the work that they do: and have thus defined

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    • Zambia’s Disturbing Political Crisis

      Zambia’s Disturbing Political Crisis0

      Zambia’s main opposition party, United Party for National Development (UPND) has continued to receive a bashing from the Patriotic Front (PF) government with the church and civil society raising alarm at what they describe as an accelerated move towards a dictatorship. Zambia now has a situation where opposition leader, Hakainde Hichilema remains in indefinite detention

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    • The Costs and Casualties of Magufuli’s Mineral War

      The Costs and Casualties of Magufuli’s Mineral War0

      “This economic warfare requires enough sacrifice” – President John Magufuli President Magufuli has declared that Tanzania is in economic warfare. This is a protracted struggle to protect our natural resources from plunder. Minerals are at the heart of this battle. Of course, we have not yet experienced a ‘mineral war’ like the one in the

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    • Caster Semenya, and Fairness in Sport (and Life)

      Caster Semenya, and Fairness in Sport (and Life)0

      If we were to design athletic competition from scratch, how would we proceed? I think, given all the biases we’ve challenged or discarded since the first time athletic competition was tracked (sex, gender, race), we’d hope to find some way to match competitors in a way that created the spectacle required, and rewarded skill and

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