Richard Tren | 09 Jun 2005 | Business Day (South Africa)
Gordon Brown's aid plan is simply a variant on the old theme that all Africa needs to solve its problems is more money, especially from the former colonial powers that made a packet off the continent before leaving it in desolation.
Roger Bate | 07 Jun 2005 | TCS Daily
Britain's Prime Minister, Tony Blair, arrives in town this week to discuss the state of the world with President Bush.
Roger Bate | 05 Jun 2005 | Sunday Independent (South Africa)
Paul Wolfowitz marked his first day as the new head of the World Bank by reaffirming his plan to focus primarily on reducing poverty in Africa.
Roger Bate | 29 May 2005 | Daily Telegraph (UK)
Campaigns to raise awareness can sometimes give the impression that all we need is for some glamorous celebrities to click their fingers for the problem to be solved.
Roger Bate | 24 May 2005 | Business Day (South Africa)
Our analysis shows that if medicine tariffs were removed, tens of millions of the poorest people in countries such as Nigeria, India and Tanzania would probably have access to medicines and other products that could save their lives.
Richard Tren | 20 May 2005 | TCS Daily
Richard Tren criticizes the false notion of progress against AIDS in Zimbabwe at the 58th World Health Assembly Meeting.
Richard Tren | 19 May 2005 | TCS Daily
Richard Tren reports from the 58th World Health Assembly on the proposed creation of an Essential Patent Pool.
Richard Tren | 18 May 2005 | TCS Daily
Richard Tren reports from the opening of the 58th World Health Assembly.
Richard Tren | 17 May 2005 | Business Day (South Africa)
Richard Tren argues against environmentalist forecasting of increased malaria rates.
Richard Tren | 25 Apr 2005 | Business Day (South Africa)
Richard Tren discusses the state of malaria control on Africa Malaria Day.