As our reporting of COVID-19 developments across Africa comes to an end, Pin Africa re-lives some of the highlights of the last 6 months, and proposes an outlook for the future.
As countries scramble to not be overwhelmed by a COVID-19 resurgence, African countries are contending with additional challenges.
COVID-19 has taken its toll on African countries, but out of the pandemic we have seen old ideas, new ideas and questionable ideas. Join us for this week’s coronavirus update from the continent.
Even during a pandemic, friends in high places try to scratch their friends’ backs. A COVID-related corruption charge heads our week 13 Pin-Alert!
Presidential initiatives and cooperative working are the most important themes coming out of Africa’s COVID-19 activity this week. What do you think of their decisions?
Welcome and unwelcome surprises are seen this week as some African countries must change intended plans to address new COVID-19 cases.
The past week saw Angola and Liberia stock-up on anti-COVID resources, while the continent suffered a delay in the implementation of a transformative trade agreement.
Three different countries at different stages of their fight against COVID-19, Namibia, South Africa and Ethiopia all take major steps to curb the virus.