Governance

Corruption in Ghana; moving from bad to worse

In Ghana, corruption has spread like endemic cancer, endangering future generations and the nation. According to a 2018 warning...

Can Corruption and Development Co-Exist?

By John Kamau While recently discussing the corruption in Kenya with a friend, they pointed out we may be...

The fight against corruption: lessons from Kenya and Zambia

By John Kamau and Andre Chibuye In 2018, a Zambian parliamentary delegation visited Kenya to learn how to effectively...

Stir The Pot: Zimbabwe govt lacks spine

THE Zanu PF government is at long last trying to get back to the basics on its initial promises...

Blame poor planning by SADC for Southern Africa power problems

Many cities and towns in Southern Africa are resembling ghost towns at night as relentless and rolling power cuts...

Achieving Universal Health Coverage in Africa: reality or mirage?

By Joseph Kagiri and Mulama Mwila Health is a critical part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDG...

Zimbabwe’s love-hate relationship with the Queen and Commonwealth

Queen Elizabeth II reign, stretching over seven decades, ended in Scotland at Balmoral Castle surrounded by her family, but...

Zimbabwe regime using pre-trial detention to cow opposition activists

Political temperatures in Zimbabwe are heating up as the country’s 2023 general elections draw closer. Serious electioneering is ongoing...

12 months of fixing: a mirror view of the Hichilema Presidency

On 24th August 2022, Zambia’s seventh President Hakainde Hichilema clocks one year in office. Having overcome many hurdles and...

Analysis of the Counter-Terrorism Policy of the Nigerian Government

By Sunday Jerome Salami In 2014, Boko Haram gained global attention when they kidnapped over 250 girls in the...

Term Extended: South Sudan’s transitional government regroups

Several distinct characteristics sufficiently describe South Sudan as it has been and as it currently is: Protracted conflict, disconnect...

The Inconvenience of a Forgotten History: A Look into the Rising Insecurity in Nigeria’s Southeast

By Immanuel Obeng’-Akroffi Insecurity in Nigeria is increasing in scale, spread and sophistication. As of January 2022, a total...

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