Ramaphosa Dribbles Past Zuma again

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is now all set to be re-elected this Friday for a second term by...

South Africa Decides

Unchartered Path: South Afica’s two-weeks of agony and horse trading

South Africa’s May 29 parliamentary elections produced no clear winner with a mandate to rule by itself, forcing the...

South Africa Decides

SOUTH AFRICA DECIDES: What you need to know about today’s election

23,000 polling stations have opened across South Africa as the country goes to an election that’s set to pose...

Part III: Kenya’s Kes 5 billion legitimate gamble

In this third and final instalment of a riveting series by Kenyan investigative journalist Otiato Guyuyu, we delve deeper...

Part II: What tomatoes, NSE and forex have in common?

In the first instalment of this eye-opening series, we delve into the murky world of online forex trading in...

Part I: Hot forex, my kind of gamble

In the first instalment of this eye-opening series, we delve into the murky world of online forex trading in...

Zimbabwe Opposition Implodes Six Months after General Elections

There were always signs that the opposition, led by Nelson Chamisa, was going to implode soon after the August...

Senegal: A Shining Example of Hope for Democracy in Africa

In the heart of West Africa, Senegal has emerged as a beacon of hope for democracy. The recent presidential...

US Sanctions: A double-edged sword for Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa became the first victim of the new United States sanctions put in place in...

Unity Through Victory: The Impact of the African Cup of Nations on Ivory Coast’s National Cohesion and Political Landscape

By Maria de Deu The Ivory Coast’s last month’s triumphant win of their third gold medal in the African...

The Alliance of Sahel States: A New Era for the Troubled Sahel Region and Democracy in Africa

On 16 September 2023, Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger, three West African nations led by military juntas, announced the...

Zimbabwe’s Democratic Mirage and the Suppression of Opposition

By Belinda Jamela In the tumultuous political landscape of Zimbabwe, democracy remains an elusive ideal. The recent withdrawal of...

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