A new collection of essays uses the works of the psychiatrist and radical political philosopher to explore how a community’s language and capacity for thought and wit threaten the state.
When 56 countries come together, what is the focus? Here are highlights from the 2022 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).
The university degree drama involving Nairobi County governor seat candidate Johnson Sakaja was irrelevant and unnecessary. The forces fighting Sakaja should have schemed better, the political skulduggery and ploys could see Sakaja’s popularity soar, as the elections draw closer.
The ANC has been using multiple tactics to fend off the looming calamity of not having Ramaphosa as its president, and that of the country, in the clear absence of a credible candidate to replace him.
Nigeria’s 23rd year of unbroken democratic rule will be celebrated on 12 June 2022.
With a government that fails to provide the much-needed relief available to a population that is increasingly desperate, the onus is on ordinary South Africans to hold the country together.
All conflicts and refugees should be treated equally — the uneven support for whites fleeing Ukraine highlights why formerly colonised peoples need to be critical of the Western camp and seek out their own peaceful path.
As encouraging steps are taken to resolve the military conflict, pressure for a negotiated settlement is needed.
All actors in the electoral processes in Nigeria must work together to ensure peaceful elections.