Africa

Corruption, fraud and the missing outrage

By John Kamau There are two Latin phrases used in law that seek to distinguish between what is wrong...

Is Russia using foreign prisoners on the frontline of its war with Ukraine?

When Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, very few had expected that the war would last this long and...

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...

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...

Uganda Police Agents

International Day of Democracy – The Fight Against Violent Extremism in Africa : Local Governments Have an Important Role to Play

In Celebrating Democracy let us not forget September 11 As the world marks the celebration of this year’s International...

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...

We Are Back!

The continental bloggers network, Africa Blogging, is delighted to announce that we have resumed publishing on our website, www.blogging.africa...

OPERATION DUDULA: Another bout of anti-migrant populism in South Africa

By Andile Zulu What nurtures and propels bigotry? More importantly, how does bigotry become a lethal threat to democracy?...

Russia-Ukraine War: Lessons for Africa

By Awuor Alai 90 days; that is how long it took as the world debated on whether there would...

KAS convenes 2022 #AfricaBlogging conference in Côte d’Ivoire

By KAS Media Africa The 2022 #AfricaBlogging conference, attended by 15 participants, was held in Grand-Bassam, a history-rich coastal...

France blamed for the Coups d’état in West Africa

Maria De Dieu Mali, Guinea and now Burkina Faso. Three sub-Saharan countries embroiled in coups d’état. A situation that...

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