Politics

“One day Congo will explode”: What now for the DRC’s “president-elect”?

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A Cruel April in the Sudan Spring?

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How Egypt’s constitutional changes would put the military above the law

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Women and Ethiopia’s politics of home demolitions

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Insiders Insight: Haftar overplays his hand in Libya

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“Music exposes thieves”: Meet Bosmic Otim, ‘northern Uganda’s Bobi Wine’

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Ethiopia’s first female Chief Justice: “Women shouldn’t be silent victims”

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Sudan Uprising: We’re on the verge of history, even as the world looks away

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“Only the port will remain”: Senegal’s grand vision and its discontents

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The Abiy Doctrine: One year of Ethiopia’s new foreign policy

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Algeria protests: Bouteflexit complete. Now what?

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Insiders Insight: The police killing and cover-up in Uganda

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DRC: President Tshisekedi’s leash just got a little tighter

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South Africa’s “game-changing” oil find: Three lessons from Ghana

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Chad social media ban reaches one-year mark

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Insiders Insight: Explaining the Mali massacre

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Duped through dating apps: Queer love in the time of homophobia

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South Sudan: How warring parties play international donors

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Insiders Insight: Cyclone Idai extracts heavy toll

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“If you take Tramadol away, you make Boko Haram weak.”

Former fighters say taking the addictive opioid was essential for launching assaults. Could tackling its illicit trade cripple...

How good urban farming can combat bad eating

Unhealthy diets pose a massive and growing health threat across the world. In Africa, traditional foods and inner-city...

Is Tanzania discarding Nyerere’s freedom-fighting legacy?

Tanzania’s stance on Palestine suggests its history of fighting global injustice could be making way for a more...

Why the world needs an African ecofeminist future

Orthodox economic models have failed us all, but women across Africa are resisting them and coming up with...

Closed borders and fighting words: Rwanda and Uganda’s deepening rift

The two former allies accuse each other of trying to destabilise their countries. There are few signs they...