As the African National Congress turns 100, Brett Scott criticises its failure to share South Africa’s prosperity with the poor.
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More than 30,000 Bedouin, which the Israeli government call ‘squatters’, face eviction to make way for settlements, reports Libby Powell.
Many Zambians feel that the flood of money from China has done nothing to improve their lives, as Andrew Bowman reports.
Filed in: Zambia
The UN estimates there will be seven billion of us on this planet by the end of October. But talk of a ‘population explosion’ is alarmist, says Nick Harvey
Filed in: Population
Gemma Galdon gives a quick introduction to the Spanish movement that sparked a worldwide revolt against the global financial system.
Is it the US government? Is it Al Shabab? Is it the UN? Sally Healy argues it is the result of a collective failure.
Twenty years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Tajikistan is experiencing a strange new disintegration of its own. Angela Robson reports.
Filed in: Tajikistan
24 September: Moving Planet day of action, Africa
Filed in: Climate Change
From 13 to 16 September some 25,000 delegates will visit Britain’s largest arms fair. It’s a big, and decidedly dirty, business.
Filed in: Arms
Guatemalans go to the polls on 11 September - but despite an embarrassment of candidates, many fear it’s a case of simply hoping that the least bad option wins.
Filed in: Guatemala
Canadian troops are withdrawing from Afghanistan this month. In theory, at least, reports Wayne Ellwood.