Corruption

Pandora Papers and the Kenyan Media

By Linda Apollo Reporting on the Pandora Papers leak has robbed the country of the opportunity to use the...

Covid-19 in Côte d’Ivoire: Is The Closure Of Land Borders Still In Order?

Maria de Dieu Just like Côte d’Ivoire, many African countries have maintained the closure of land borders as one...

Kenya Decides 2022: Safeguarding Electoral Integrity in the Digital Age

By Linda Apollo Kenya is less than a year away from the next general elections where voters will decide...

International Day of Democracy: A reflection on Africa’s Democracies

By Ebenezer Immanuel Obeng-Akrofi Today, the world marks International Day of Democracy. Thoughts of democracy should ordinarily come with...

Côte d’Ivoire: Fraud and corruption, the evils undermining the education system

By François M’BRA II Fraud and corruption hit the Ivorian school system hard. These evils that undermine the Ivorian...

The Menace of Illegal Mining in Ghana

Ebenezer Immanuel Obeng-Akrofi Devoid of any attempt to extenuate the absolute truth, Ghana has woefully failed and has exposed...

Mozambique’s ‘blood gas’ another resource curse for Africa?

The Northern part of Mozambique province of Cabo Delgado has since October 2017 faced insurgency from alleged  Islamist Ansar...

Zimbabwe’s looting machine: Cartels, Smugglers, Stealing Country’s Wealth

In early February 2021, South Africa’s  Maverick Citizen published an explosive report,  Cartel Power Dynamics, which dug deeper into...

#EndSARS: A peaceful protest against police criminality ends in utter anarchy

By Bisi Abidoye Nigeria descended into anarchy in the last two weeks of October after a protest by young...

Zambia militarises its police force ahead of 2021 polls

Whilst the country is grappling with the novel Corona Virus 2019 pandemic with cases spiralling out of control and...

Theft In A Pandemic: Public Healthcare In Kenya Grinding Towards A Halt As New Scandal On PPE Procurement Comes To Fore

Health workers in Kenya have started industrial action in several parts of the country leaving the public vulnerable as...

Waiting for a change in Malawi 

Albert Sharra They say time flies and for the newly elected Malawi president, Dr Lazarus Chakwera, time is already...

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