Thursday , March 30 2023
Home / In The Magazine (page 52)

In The Magazine

magazine stories

New plan to manage disasters

DISASTER MANAGEMENT: Govt asks donors for Shs 10 trillion Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | The government is designing a new disaster risk management plan and accompanying standard operating procedures guide, according to Rukiah Nakadama, the third Deputy Prime Minister. At a meeting held in Kampala on Sept.21, Nakadama told …

Read More »

The faith-based Reaganomics of Liz Truss

Are her government’s tax cuts, ostensibly aimed to stimulate economic growth, brilliant or crazy? COMMENT | CHRIS PATEN | The death and funeral of Queen Elizabeth II united the British people in grief, highlighting the bonds that hold the United Kingdom together: a shared sense of decency, purpose, and fairness. …

Read More »

Why populists don’t concede

 They cry fraud because they base on the claim that they, and only they, represent `the real people’ COMMENT | JAN-WERNER MUELLER | In the run-up to Brazil’s presidential election next month, President Jair Bolsonaro is crafting his own version of former U.S. President Donald Trump’s “Big Lie”: the claim …

Read More »

New public health order for Africa

 Leaders want investment, respect for continents health knowledge SPECIAL FEATURE | THE INDEPENDENT | The African Union Commission and Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) have called on governments, multilateral organizations, philanthropies, the private sector, and civil society organisations to support the full implementation of Africa’s New …

Read More »