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Mason Witzler

Mason Witzler is an International Foreign Policy writer at TODAY NEWS AFRICA. He is a current Resource, Environment, and Energy fellow at The Africa Center for Strategic Progress. He has an academic background in Economics and International business. Mason areas of interest include International development, socio-economic and cultural issues, conflict resolution and peacebuilding, moral/existential philosophy, and personal development. It is his core belief that every human plays a role in discovering individual purpose in order to create a better world
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World Bank urges African countries to embrace digitalization: It’s the future of Africa’s workforce and economic growth

“In our experience, from our analysis, the increase in jobs associated with digitalization is actually not just in the high tech sectors, it is...

Chief Police Richard Zimmerman asserts inappropriate procedures by Derrick Chauvin could have caused George Floyd’s death on day 5 of trial.

On May 25, 2020, the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police Officer Derrick Chauvin shook the world. It ignited a series of protests...

World acknowledges climate change but further action needed

The long awaited actions for addressing climate change have finally started to manifest throughout the globe. From the nations like the United States, investing...

U.S. government report says significant human rights abuses took place in Nigeria in 2020

The United States Department of State on Tuesday released its 2020 Country Reports on human rights practices around the world, revealing that last year...

Biden believes an alliance of democracies can hold China accountable

'Fair competition', 'fair practices' and 'fair trade' are some of the international rules U.S. President Joseph R. Biden Jr. expects China to play by,...

Republic of Congo president Denis Sassou-Nguesso expands corruption, dictatorship

On March 21, the president of the Republic of Congo, Denis Sassou-Nguesso, won an election with 88% of the vote cast despite being deeply...

WHO chief plans to meet with WTO head amid inequitable vaccine distribution

The World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom announced on Friday that he plans to meet with the head of the World Trade...

Amnesty International raises red alert over privacy as Facebook builds Instagram for children under 13

Amnesty International on Friday raised a red alert over privacy following reports Facebook is building a version of its popular photo social media platform,...

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