As world leaders and global organisations wrestle with the geopolitics and economic strategy for Covid-19, Africa is now entering its 'second wave'. Is the continent ready to deal with what’s to come, and can lessons be learned from Tanzania’s approach? In the DRC, which continues to function amid all its tribal and militant tensions bubbling close to the surface, Laurent Kabila's real killer may have been found. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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What drives entrepreneurship? Often, the perception is that you cannot build a world class business unless you live in places like Silicon Valley or Stockholm; but after settling in South Africa in 2005, Thomas Pays became a serial entrepreneur, and created Ozow in the process. His latest brainchild aligns the unique African business landscape with global commerce needs, and aims to dismantle barriers between the two - before they even come up. It has been said that the art of business is helping people, and Ozow does just that. Made in France, perfected in Africa: Thomas Pays, CEO of Ozow Pays. Brought to you by Ozow.

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As Guinea's citizens go to the polls, the international community looks on as Alpha Conde pushes for a worrisome constitution-altering third term. The ICC's Prosecution delegation arrived in Darfur this week to seek the extradition and prosecution of a man who has overseen one of the bloodiest regimes in recent history. The conflict in Libya has been escalated to courts in Geneva - the question now is, will peace be given a chance? Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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Sudan has been removed from the terrorist list by the United States of America, meaning the country can see itself into the global economy and remove the shackles of al-Bashir's ill-fated regime. The WHO is extending a courtesy to African remedies pertaining to Covid-19 health, but that will come with strict protocols. Mozambique is under Jihadi insurgency, and there isn't a pretty end in sight for its citizens. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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What is the purpose of a lockdown during Covid-19? Is acting reasonably something which can be encouraged, and if so, which countries have done this? Are South African politicians capable of governing the laws they make? Will the death count be the correct metric to gauge the success of measures taken during the pandemic... we just don't know! Brought to you by Nando’s.

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There are some names that send a shudder through the air. Some names that have changed whole countries. Names that hang like a dark cloud over history. Idi Amin is such a name. The whole of East Africa - even the world - is still flabbergasted that as recently as 40 years ago, this evil man was able to murder thousands and get away with it. Did he deserve such fear and ignominy? Find out in this episode of Blind History...

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Food security and food technology are major Fourth Industrial Revolution buzzwords - and not just because we need to find new ways to sustain ourselves and the planet. There are brilliant ways technology and innovation are taking us forward - and Leah Bessa is at the forefront of these. She’s making insect ice-cream, and she swears it’s delicious. She chats to Gareth Cliff about her business Gourmet Grubb, and food science in the 21st Century.

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