Global Issues/Inspire

Cutting HIV and Aids treatments costs in Africa

India is among the fastest growing pharmaceutical markets in the world, establishing itself as a global manufacturing and research hub. About 15% of their pharmaceutical exports arrive in Africa. In South Africa, generic anti-retrovirals (ARVs) from...

Women can get paid less than men, court rules

A US federal appeals court has rules that employers are legally allowed to pay women lower salaries than men for the same work. The decision by the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a previous lower-court ruling, according to Associate...

Tolerance versus Respect

It’s fair to say that we have had an interesting start to 2017, and we are indeed living in interesting, if not very serious, times. Brexit and the election of Donald Trump in America seem to have unleashed a tsunami of bigotry, hatred and...

Run DMC sues Amazon for $50milion

One of the members of the rap group Run DMC are suing Amazon and Walmart for $50 million . The lawsuit is centred around trademark infringement. Filed on 29 December, the suit accuses the retailers of a string of offences. It accuses...

Africa’s Full Court Press

  Assessing the motives, actions and consequences of those whose authority previously went unquestioned, and pushing back if necessary, are signs of evolving maturity and assuredness. In these regards Africa is faring nicely. A few months ago...

Trade Wins

Those loud creaking sounds are the economic drawbridges being drawn up on both sides of the Atlantic, as nations that preached raging competition when it suited them, now have other ideas about its virtues. In the UK, polls indicate that a clear...

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