no responses. 19/02/2019 Natasha
Both democracy and authoritarianism are on the rise in Africa
By: Nic Cheeseman, University of Birmingham Repression is on the rise in Zambia under President Edgar Lungu. EPA/EFE/Abir Sultan Is […]Read
no responses. 12/02/2019 Natasha
Nigeria has a history of dodgy elections: will it be different this time?
By: Ini Dele-Adedeji, SOAS, University of London President Muhammadu Buhari attends a campaign rally ahead of the 16 February elections. […]Read
no responses. 29/01/2019 Natasha
South African diplomacy on Zimbabwe can remain quiet — but it must get tough
By: Roger Southall, University of the Witwatersrand South Africa’s President Cyril Rampahosa, right, must get tough on his Zimbabwean counterpart […]Read
no responses. 27/11/2018 Natasha
Promise of right to housing remains elusive in democratic South Africa
By: Soraya Beukes, University of the Western Cape The fight for decent housing in South Africa has been unsuccessful. […]Read
no responses. 30/10/2018 Natasha
Girls in West Africa offered into sexual slavery as ‘wives of gods’
By: Wisdom Mensah, University of West Florida In certain communities in Benin, Togo and Ghana, young virgin girls are sent […]Read
no responses. 16/10/2018 Natasha
African countries’ policies must shift to achieve zero hunger
By: Sheryl L Hendriks, University of Pretoria; Elizabeth Mkandawire, University of Pretoria, and Nosipho Mabuza, University of Pretoria Hunger is […]Read
no responses. 04/10/2018 Natasha
Threats to media freedom in Africa: some old methods and some new
By: George Ogola, University of Central Lancashire The push to tax social media users is gaining momentum across Africa. Shutterstock […]Read
no responses. 02/10/2018 Natasha
Victim surveys show that crime in South Africa may be dropping, yet fear is rising
By: Andrew Faull, University of Cape Town There’s been a decline in many crimes in South Africa but the murder […]Read
no responses. 18/09/2018 Natasha
Why inquiry into corruption in South Africa needs to act with urgency
By: Richard Calland, University of Cape Town Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo is heading up the inquiry into corruption in […]Read
no responses. 11/09/2018 Natasha
Peace prospects are much higher in the Horn of Africa. But obstacles remain.
By: Martin Plaut, School of Advanced Study Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (left) and Eritrea’s President Isaias Afwerki re-opening the […]Read
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