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9th April 2021 Exactly how the Biden administration might impact Africa remains a bit of a mystery, as the new United States president, predictably, works through... →
8th April 2021 On 11 April, Benin will hold its seventh presidential election since the 1990 national conference that paved the way for the country’s peaceful... →
7th April 2021 Within a year, much of the world has adopted the norm of wearing masks to protect against the Covid-19 pandemic. Notwithstanding the political... →
6th April 2021 Schools in north-western Nigeria recently reopened after a months-long shutdown by state governments due to increasing kidnappings. Between... →
1st April 2021 Last week the world witnessed a dramatic attack on the Mozambican town of Palma in the country’s northern Cabo Delgado province. The death toll is... →
30th March 2021 In the highly volatile Lake Chad Basin area, the decision by many recruits to leave Boko Haram means the group’s ranks are shrinking. This is a... →
29th March 2021 The Suez Canal is one of the world’s major shipping routes, or at least it was until the Ever Given ran aground on 23 March. The blustery... →
25th March 2021 In the past two years, several West African countries have enacted electoral laws and regulations that make running for political office more... →