Vote buying compromises the quality of public leadership in Nigeria.
What we say and where we say it matters for preventing discrimination, and social media is now a priority.
South Africans need to frame the problem as an endemic social condition that they can stop through deliberate action.
There are links between the #EndSARS protests and greater engagement among young Nigerians in the electoral process.
Social media owners and law enforcement need to curb the abuse of cyberspace to incite violence.
The state needs to act urgently to address the increase in xenophobic groups across South Africa.
Kenya’s upcoming elections could be the beginning of a shift from ethnic to class and issue-based politics.
As internet shutdowns wound economies and damage democracies, Africa needs a position on how cyberspace is governed.
Despite its leading role in the AU’s highest decision-making body, Cameroon’s stance on African issues remains opaque.