Politics

When dinosaurs fall: Four ways the African Union can better intervene

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When international NGOs try to “help” local ones and fail

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Insiders Insight: Facebook busts Israeli fake news firm targeting Africa

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Ethiopia: The challenge to the TPLF…from Tigray’s own grassroots

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“Why now?” Mass promotions raise eyebrows ahead of Malawi elections

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Malawi elections: A three-horse race too close to call

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Insiders Insight: Togo family dynasty eyes rule until 2030

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“I’ve not gone to school again”: The student victims of Cameroon’s crisis

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South Africa election shakes major parties but little more

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Western Sahara: Natives of the desert, natives of Africa?

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“Sudan gives us confidence”: What next for Uganda’s opposition?

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A love letter to Kiswahili, those who speak it, and those who think they do

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How Amharic unites – and divides – Ethiopia

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Benin’s unrest reflects a broader worrying trend in West Africa

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Nu tou Creole: Are we Mauritians really African?

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Inside Cameroon’s Bunker: “Different guys had different torture techniques”

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Hope, promise and folly: What South Africa’s embrace of Kiswahili means

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“The main thing is a job”: The battle for South Africa’s swing city

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For Naija, We Dey Kampe

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Living in Translation – African Arguments

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“They were useless”: What about South Africa’s forgotten rural voters?

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From fashion to farming: Surviving and thriving in Kakuma refugee camp

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Insiders Insight: It’s Belt and Road season

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What al-Bashir’s removal means for South Sudan’s fragile peace

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Sudan sit-in: How protesters picked a spot and made it theirs

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Egypt: President Sisi’s oppression goes global

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Sudan in transition: Two broad factors that will determine what happens now

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Insiders Insight: Mali government quits

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Blockchain is great, but it can’t solve everything. Take conflict minerals.

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Sierra Leone: The new government’s tense struggle for control a year on

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Insiders Insight: Change continues – incrementally – in Sudan

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“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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