The future and fate of Nigeria depends on the strength of character and dedication of the incoming president.
Ghana’s finance ministry is struggling to build consensus on the country’s debt burden.
Countries that lean towards democracy are less likely to welcome Chinese labourers.
The country’s long-dominant party has been losing support in elections.
The new book is structured around apartheid profiteers, war profiteers, state capture profiteers, welfare profiteers, failing auditors, conspiring consultants and bad lawyers.
The impeachment process could derail Ramaphosa’s political career and seriously hurt the governing ANC’s electoral prospects in 2024.
Stable coalitions will depend on strong democratic values being embedded among political elites.
Parliament’s failure to live up to its constitutional mandate was noted by the State Capture Commission as having enabled former president Zuma’s regime to corrupt state behaviour with ease.
Disagreements and political considerations override the common good in managing Ghana’s petroleum sector
Referendums and citizens initiatives can be a popular way to push politicians to listen to the people – they can also be an exercise in propaganda.
The 2024 presidential election is shaping up to give Senegalese a significant and competitive election, leaving voters in the driver’s seat.
South Africa’s water situation is complex. It needs better monitoring and implementation of plans.
Poor cybersecurity awareness and training of users is one reason for the high incidence of successful cyber-attacks in South Africa.
To his credit, former South African president Thabo Mbeki set up anti-corruption institutions that survived his own efforts to erode them.
Almost 30 years into democracy, South Africa still hasn’t ensured the jobs of senior public servants are not tied to the tenure of government ministers.
The South African Revenue Service is on a path to rebuild itself.
Today’s mega-events are often greener because of what was pioneered in 2012.
Artisanal gold mining is highly organised and rule-bound. Men, women and even children participate a hierarchy sustained by a web of buyers, sponsors and customers.
Dos Santos died as he had lived and governed: in silence. His silence, and what he accomplished with it, is his most enduring legacy.
Vote buying compromises the quality of public leadership in Nigeria.