Armed police interventions are unconstitutional and incapable of addressing housing and safety in the inner city.
The French president has struggled to maintain the influence his country gained in Africa through colonialism.
Inner city occupations and shack settlements alike are the inevitable consequence of the fact that huge populations of people have to get by without a living wage.
The challenges facing South African judges have been well documented for decades. They include the high number of unfilled vacancies and poor working conditions.
Without governance reforms, Zimbabwe will continue to face an economic crisis.
The government and opposition have a duty to work towards creating a Kenya in which all citizens can live peacefully.
The borderless nature of cyberspace presents particular challenges for African states used to controlling activities in their territory.
Opposition activists have previously been accused of treason and unpatriotic behaviour for expressing concerns about human rights abuses.
There is never going to be a final assessment of Mandela’s legacy. How it is regarded will continue to change, depending on the destination South Africa travels to.
Nighttime is much more than a source of danger or an occasion to party – it’s a portal into a different world, with rhythms, challenges and lifestyles of its own.
The book shows how parts of South Africa now fester with organised crime.
Ghana’s regions have no autonomy, yet creating new ones is contentious as it threatens the interests of chiefs and political parties.
It’s a near certainty that Kagame will be here for some time to come; but as Rwanda looks to the future, it may need or indeed demand a change of guard.
Pausing AI development will give our governments and culture time to catch up with and steer the rush of new technology.
Though public opinion surveys offer some hope, there are several concerns for democracy’s consolidation in West Africa.
Bola Ahmed Tinubu emerges winner of a disputed 2023 presidential election.
The veteran liberation struggle activist brings gravitas to every position he occupies.
Member states need to arrive at binding, transparent and enforceable priorities to see progress.
The decline in support for the ANC suggests that coalition governments will become increasingly common in the country, affecting its appointment policy.
The future and fate of Nigeria depends on the strength of character and dedication of the incoming president.