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South Africa: Can ANC tackle corruption, state capture?

Would ANC tackle corruption, state capture? South Africans believe Cyril Ramphosa and Jacob Zuma may be chips of the same old corrupt ruling block   Sowetan...

Liberia: President’s agenda to feed the poor

Soccer Star President George Weah of Liberia demonstrates his stated commitment to the welfare of unemployed ordinary Liberians who voted his government for an...

Congo elections may be marred by violence

DR Congo: Deadly clashes in South Kivu ahead of elections NEWS AGENCIES  At least 18 people have killed in clashes between the Democratic Republic of the Congo's...

When your president is a clone

Nigeria may have become the first of African countries to avail itself of Western ultra secret scientific service in human cloning* The changing reality of...

This is December, and other poems

This is December by Obinna Chilekezi Laughter runs through the season ahead as marigold flowers smile their way with yellow teeth along bush paths In this smiling season A drunk dressed festive...

Libya restructures polity, upholds referendum

Parliament of the Libyan Government of National Accord takes a bold step, amending the constitution to restructure the presidency and uphold referendum laws UN Welcomes...

Africa and the politics of homophobia

A surge of rabid religious and political persecution of perceived differences has assumed the new world order for Africa's failed leaders across the continent. Are...

Oily hopes for South Sudan

Most recent independent African nation now seeks to revive its oil production, raising hopes for a nation ravaged by terrorism and war South Sudan seeks...

Madagascar in 2018 Election dispute

Former president alleges fraud in Madagascar election Former Madagascar president Hery Rajaonarimampianina has alleged "many voting irregularities" in this week's election, raising fears of protests...

Tanzania: A regime of draconian laws (updated)

Freedom of expression in Tanzania is slowly being eroded by Nanjala Nyabola, AL JAZEERA  In September 2018, the Tanzanian parliament passed amendments to the national statistics...
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