The deal that Zambia strikes with its many international creditors could set a precedent for Africa.
The ruling party still sees the world as a battleground between neo-liberalism and revolutionary progressivism.
Gabon and Togo’s recent decision to join the Commonwealth seemed like a blow to France – but was it?
The PAP’s failure to elect a president for over a year further undermined its already doubtful legitimacy.
Putin assured the AU that Russia would ease grain shortages, but the arrangement is far from straightforward.
Was German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s trip more about Africa or Ukraine?
A new law to punish states that back certain Russian actions could have major implications for African countries.
The honeymoon for Zambia’s president is almost over, and his handling of tough economic challenges will be the test.
The AU should do more to pre-empt coups by sanctioning bad governance and attempts by presidents to extend their terms.