The alleged extraordinary rendition of Paul Rusesabagina reveals Kagame’s ‘Mossad Complex’ at its full.
Is Khartoum’s change of government enough to overcome the fact that two important armed groups didn’t sign?
Omar al-Bashir’s trial for seizing power in 1989 could mark a sea change in Africa’s political culture.
But even with Bernard Membe as its candidate, the Tanzanian opposition would face an uphill task.
Tanzanians are increasingly alarmed at their government’s unscientific approach to the coronavirus pandemic.
Any misgivings about China’s handling of COVID-19 will likely be erased by Beijing’s considerable aid in fighting the pandemic.
But the Kenyan precedent cautions that it’s still too early to declare lasting victory for democracy.
Is Angola’s Lourenço going after Isabel dos Santos to fight corruption or to boost flagging support?
Is Francophone West Africa’s proposed new currency a step towards a monetary future completely independent from France?