Censuring coups isn’t enough – African and international actors should tackle the poor quality of democracy and governance.
The broke Zimbabwean government has announced that it will pay white farmers a whopping US$3.5 billion as compensation for the losses incurred from the chaotic and ill-conceived Fast Track Land Reform Programme of 2000.
If the AU and ECOWAS reject coups as unconstitutional changes of government, shouldn’t the same apply to third terms?
The aftershocks of Hachalu Hundessa’s murder underline the challenges facing Ethiopia’s transition to democracy.
Tired of bad governance and corruption, Mali’s citizens hope protests will bring political change.
Was it South Africa’s political opposition, rather than the plight of Zimbabweans, that pushed Pretoria to respond?
Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration is streamrolling constitutional amendments while Zimbabweans are in lockdown.
COVID-19 and plummeting oil prices are immediate crises that threaten the reform agenda of Angola’s president.
The United States’ failing coronavirus response experiment holds some important lessons for Africa.