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Tue, 04 Jun 2019
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Despite dedicated efforts by its government, the island nation is in danger of being labelled a narco-state.

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Thu, 06 Jun 2019
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The South African police have a positive duty to act against crime even when a complainant is absent.

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Fri, 28 Jun 2019
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Maritime security is about much more than piracy, but broad approaches shouldn't detract from effective anti-piracy measures.

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Wed, 15 May 2019
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Despite efforts to curb the trade in stolen vehicles, criminal networks seem to be one step ahead.

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Fri, 17 May 2019
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North Africa shows the threat that corruption poses not only to the economy, but to safety and security.

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Mon, 03 Jun 2019
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With overburdened justice systems in Mali, Niger and Nigeria, other options could be used for some terrorism cases.

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Tue, 02 Jul 2019
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It's not a popular choice, but the stalemate between extremists and military forces makes negotiation worth re-considering.

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Wed, 10 Jul 2019
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Islamic State West Africa Province is proving its economic resilience by generating income from obliging local communities.

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Thu, 16 May 2019
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Are Southern African governments allowing resentment against perceived Western finger-wagging to cloud their judgement?

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Wed, 22 May 2019
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With its history of chasing arrests, SA is vulnerable to the damaging effects of poorly implemented broken windows policing.

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Fri, 05 Jul 2019
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Expectations must be managed but African states shouldn't lose hope because investment isn't yet pouring in.

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African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM)

As the world grapples with the devastation of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Life, as we know it, has changed. The challenge we face today has been both unexpected and devastating, in the form of a deadly virus that is spreading around the globe and that is challenging how we do things. Governments in their wisdom have imposed lockdown/isolation and social d...

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