The conflation of sex work and human trafficking fuels support for the continued criminalisation of sex work.
The African Union needs to launch a credible, robust mediation process with mutually accepted mediators.
South Africa’s land reform programme is designed for a socio-economic context that doesn’t exist.
Leaders at the centre of the Ethio-Tigray war don’t believe in equal partnership. In their political cultures, winners take all.
The new governing coalition enters office amid euphoria and excitement. There are great expectations it will end corruption and fix the ailing economy.