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What it will take to end AIDS by 2030

December just marked another year of taking stock on World Aids Day/Month. Africa’s numbers are still on the global research table. In a special report by Mail & Gaurdian newspaper, Mia Malan posed some interesting insights. “Scientific advances mean nothing if people are too ashamed and feel too judged to seek them out” says Malan. […]

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Personal pleasure vs. Earth’s sixth extinction

Don Pinnock, in his latest article ‘Proof trophy hunters don’t save a single animal’ asks a series of tough questions with regards to whether trophy hunters are really protectors of biodiversity. We summarised a few of these questions… Who gets the money? In dollar terms, trophy hunting certainly accrues revenue, though it’s often difficult to follow […]

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