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21st July 2017 In the Western Cape a parent stabbed a principal and then later returned to the school to ‘finish him off’, HeraldLIVE reported last month. In... →
17th July 2017 Member states of the African Union (AU) all agree that the institution needs to be reformed to make it more efficient. Implementing the reforms is... →
14th July 2017 When Guinea-Bissau’s President José Mário Vaz sacked Domingos Simões Pereira as prime minister in August 2015, the country hit a political... →
12th July 2017 Zambian President Edgar Lungu is not a dictator, and nor does he want to be. That’s his version, at least, and he’s sticking to it. ‘Zambia is the... →
11th July 2017 The Republic of the Congo will proceed with legislative and local elections on 16 July despite complex political and economic challenges, and an... →
10th July 2017 Last week the judges of the International Criminal Court (ICC) ruled that South Africa erred in its decision not to arrest Sudanese President Omar... →
5th July 2017 Two themes have been central to global security debates over the past few years: migration and violent extremism. These two phenomena are happening... →
3rd July 2017 It’s a busy time for elections in Africa, with countries like the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Zimbabwe and Kenya gearing up for the... →