Neil Agget’s passionate trade unionism proved fateful. It made him a target of a brutally repressive apartheid police state.
South Africa’s courts are likely to set a high bar in cases brought against the government’s most recent state of disaster declaration.
A media scholar who studied Carter and interviewed him explains how he attempted to translate Jesus’ teachings into action through his life of public service.
In being grey listed South Africa joins a list of countries with poor governance. Others are war zones or countries with jihadist terror groupings operating on their land.
Results already in from the first direct leadership election in the UAW’s 88-year history present a sharply divided leadership.
Voters speak favourably about the potential of observation to improve overall electoral quality and transparency.
After 24 years of democracy, women still struggle for political relevance in Nigeria - limited by poverty, corruption and other factors.
The veteran liberation struggle activist brings gravitas to every position he occupies.
While some world leaders and foreign policy experts expected IS to increase its attacks during COVID-19’s early days, travel bans and curfews helped slow violence.
Raymond W. Baker says the estimated hundreds of billions of dollars in hidden wealth a decade ago has skyrocketed to trillions today.
Young Nigerians actively discuss politics and governance despite being kept on the sidelines. They seek a government that would promote their inclusion and solve problems affecting them.
A review of Transparency International’s recently released global corruption ranking confirms that corruption fuels war, and vice versa.
The culture of impunity that has lingered since the presidency of Jacob Zuma has to give way to a new era of integrity and accountability.
Mexico’s crime epidemic continues to worsen, as poverty and inequality also grow in the country.
The decline in support for the ANC suggests that coalition governments will become increasingly common in the country, affecting its appointment policy.
South Africans are actively challenging the criminalisation of the state. Many of the revelations about fraud, corruption and nepotism come from principled whistle-blowers within the state.
Security companies suggest that criminals take advantage of the fact that many home and business security systems get compromised during power outages.
The UK is perceived to be more corrupt than it was following the 2009 expenses scandal that rocked parliament to its core.
Where both capacity and integrity are weak, dysfunction is inevitable.
Australia slipped from 7th to 18th in the rankings over the past decade. But this year we’ve climbed back to 13th thanks to reforms in key areas including the new National Anti-Corruption Commission.