Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

ISS, Institute for Security Studies

Is Cyclone Freddy’s record-breaking devastation the new normal?

30th March 2023 Tropical Cyclone Freddy, which struck Southern Africa between February and March, broke multiple records for both power and duration. Running for... 

Promoting investment to power Africa’s single market

29th March 2023 The landmark African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) aims to increase Africans’ prosperity through more intra-African trade by eliminating... 

South Africa’s police must prioritise trust

28th March 2023 The South African public has low and declining trust and confidence in its police. This impedes efforts to reduce crime, deliver quality services,... 


Do those seeking peace in Chad need to prepare for war?

27th March 2023 After the death of president Idriss Déby in April 2021, Chad started a transition process in which interim authorities committed to reconciliation... 

Is the Botswana–De Beers model marriage on the rocks?

27th March 2023 Botswana’s President Mokgweetsi Masisi has threatened to walk away from his country’s highly successful 54-year partnership with De Beers if the... 

Ironing out Nigeria’s polling process for a smoother future

23rd March 2023 Nigeria’s presidential and legislative elections on 25 February were the country’s seventh since the return to multi-party democracy in 1999.... 

Reducing murder must be a top SA government priority

22nd March 2023 There were, on average, 520 murders a week in South Africa during the 2022 calendar year. According to available data, this is one of the highest... 

High Seas Treaty needs African support to work

22nd March 2023 After nearly two decades of negotiations, consensus has finally been reached at the United Nations (UN) to protect marine biodiversity in the High... 

SA tries to breathe new life into East African relations

17th March 2023 Back-to-back state visits to South Africa by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni a fortnight ago and Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan this... 

Could Guinea’s current military transition be its last?

16th March 2023 Military officers overthrew the regime of Alpha Condé on 5 September 2021, less than a year after the former Guinean president started a... 

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