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20th February 2020 Over the last decade, inquiry into the life and work of South African writer, intellectual and politician Solomon T. Plaatje has been spurred by a... →
19th February 2020 Why do the first multiparty elections after authoritarian rule turn violent in some countries but not in others? That’s the question we set out to... →
18th February 2020 Archbishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu is mostly known to the world for his highly prominent role in the campaign against apartheid in South Africa. This... →
18th February 2020 It is hard to comment on a draft constitutional amendment that is apparently not in its final form. But the stakes surrounding the proposed change... →
17th February 2020 Is it possible that South Africa’s Cyril Ramaphosa has become a “lame duck” president? This often happens towards the end of a leader’s term,... →
11th February 2020 In a landmark ruling last week, the constitutional court in Malawi annulled the 2019 elections citing massive irregularities during the process.... →
10th February 2020 The spotlight will be firmly on South African President Cyril Ramaphosa as he runs the gauntlet of delivering the annual state of the nation... →
7th February 2020 João Lourenço’s presidency has blown many previous truths about Angola out of the water. Take predictions about his ability to tackle the hold on... →