Understanding the epidemiology of Covid-19 and moving forward would be critical to determining policy on the need to adopt interventions, including the Covid-19 vaccines that are being developed.
28 August 2020 Bulletin 11: SADC Regional Response to COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic forced schools to shut abruptly, exposing the huge inequality between impoverished and privileged pupils as learning moved online and schoolgirls faced exploitation.
More women than men will fall into extreme poverty due to the pandemic as they bear the economic brunt of COVID-19 and face bigger job losses.
Zimbabwe will reopen primary and secondary schools this month for students preparing to sit their final exams, six months after they were closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the government said on Tuesday.
Activists estimate that 3 million informal traders have had their stalls and stock destroyed in government clean-up efforts.
Amid COVID restrictions, families, youths and women are flooding into the gold mine sector. Policy interventions are needed to support them.
The WHO warns South Africa that the pandemic is not over.
In this film, commissioned by Gala Queer Archive, homeless transgender sex workers speak on how the pandemic is affecting them.
At the height of the Covid-19 outbreak in the Western Cape, a project was implemented that saved lives, and has the potential to save many more.
This agreement could be South Africa’s answer for an affordable Covid-19 vaccine. But there’s a catch
Business was brought to a standstill last week in Maseru’s central business district after hundreds of vendors took to the streets to protest the government’s delay in releasing the Covid-19 grants that it promised them.
The Mozambican health authorities announced on Wednesday that two more people have died from the Covid-19 respiratory disease, bringing the known death toll to 25.
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