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4th May 2018 South Africa’s history of segregation has left its footprints in many places. Take the case of semi-rural Franschoek in the country’s Western Cape... →
3rd May 2018 The five months since the fall of Robert Mugabe have been far from easy for his successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa. Zimbabwe’s new government has made... →
3rd May 2018 The mainstream media can play an important role in fighting corruption. Investigative journalists in South Africa, for instance, helped to expose... →
30th April 2018 Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to the Obama White House three years ago was ecstatic. By contrast, his visit this week to the Trump... →
26th April 2018 This month Rwanda marks 24 years since the genocide that left almost one million people dead. Healing is paramount in a society that’s not quite... →
25th April 2018 South Africa’s parliament is currently debating amendments to the Labour Relations Act that will change how workers can go on strike. For example,... →
24th April 2018 In life as well as in death, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, has sharply divided South Africans. This was evident in responses to a documentary about... →
23rd April 2018 Sierra Leone recently held peaceful presidential elections. But you would not know it from the media, which suggested that the country was... →
20th April 2018 At least 110-million of the 600-million people still living without access to electricity in Africa live in urban areas. Most are within a stone... →
18th April 2018 Africa is often imagined to be a place in which presidents can do whatever they want, unencumbered by constitutional or democratic constraints. A... →