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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...

South Africa & Zimbabwe liberation parties: reinvent or die

Early December, the oldest political party in Africa, the ANC will be holding its 55th elective congress in Johannesburg,...

Zambian Student Dies While Fighting In the Russia-Ukraine War

A 23 year old Zambian student studying Nuclear Engineering in Russia has died in Ukraine while fighting on the...

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...

The 2 tribe nation: Has Kenya passed up a chance at levelling the playing field and avoiding a political implosion?

Since the 29th December 1992 general election, following the reintroduction of multiparty democracy, Kenya has been caught in a five-year...

Military at the border photo: AMISOM/Iwaria

The Looming Danger Next Door: Terrorism Along Ghana’s Boarders

Terrorism in West Africa West African countries are undeniably experiencing an increase in insecurity. A number of countries in...

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