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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has warned developed countries that failure to play their part in halting climate change will create the impression that they are not sympathetic to the impact of global warming on the masses. Addressing the climate summit in Paris, Zuma called for a legally binding agreement. He asked developed countries to take responsibility by honouring commitments. President Zuma elaborates…
Two weeks after the contested parliamentary elections that took place in Burundi and with presidential polls just days away, senior United Nations officials warned the Security Council yesterday that the situation prevailing in the Central African country is once again at risk of sliding into violence. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights says members of Burundi's opposition parties, civil society activists and media figures have been targeted for intimidation, severe harassment and arbitrary detention in the past six months
On the back of the launch of UNICEF’s Generation 2030:Africa Report, thought leaders unpack the implications of Africa’s rapid population growth over the next 35 years – where the continent’s population is expected to double, and the child population will increase by two-thirds by 2050. What are the likely consequences of rapid population growth on social dynamics, the labour market, access to resources, urban environments, migration patterns, poverty reduction, and security? During a panel discussion, they seek to find out how can we create an enabling environment for our children and the youth to succeed and understand what the risks are if we don’t provide an environment of opportunities?