Can, and should, incentives and nudges be used to effect changes in fertility patterns in Africa?
There’s intermittent fun to be had in this throwaway relaunch of the female secret agent franchise but the party is cut short by incoherent action and a clunky script.
The digital de-ageing gimmick adds little sprightliness to Ang Lee’s humourless thriller about a government agent on the run.
In the intervening decades, and after the end of apartheid, the relationship has seen some rough patches.
The Last Jedi director lets loose with a wickedly entertaining Agatha Christie homage featuring a star-packed cast.
Critical reflections on internet fraud and the cyber crimes act: too many chiefs, not enough Indians
From being completely demonized to receiving indifference, the act of cyber fraud together with its perpetrators appears to have assumed a position that enjoys open validation from the public.
Poor diets are the number one risk factor in the global burden of disease: they account for one in five deaths globally.
Women are rarely represented adequately at peace negotiations yet they make up half the population of any country in conflict or at war. This remains the case despite increasing global policy awareness […]