Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

ISS, Institute for Security Studies

Rising food prices could ignite unrest and instability in Africa

28th September 2021 Since the onset of Covid-19, global food prices have rocketed, putting pressure on the world’s most fragile countries. The United Nations’ Food and... 

Rwanda: the emergence of an African ‘smart power’

28th September 2021 Rwanda’s recent military deployments in July in Mozambique and in November 2020 in the Central African Republic (CAR) have raised criticism. Rwanda... 

Covid-19 vaccine supply: Africa’s proactive stance needs global backing

23rd September 2021 Africa’s immunisation drive against COVID-19 is gaining momentum in almost all countries. This follows a prolonged struggle to get vaccines for... 


Why has Sudan decided to hand over al-Bashir to the ICC?

21st September 2021 In August, Sudan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Mariam al-Sadiq al-Mahdi announced that the country would hand over all suspects charged by the... 

South African city dwellers: frogs in the boiling pot

20th September 2021 With rapidly rising temperatures due to climate change, South Africa’s growing urban areas are a ticking time bomb. The building materials used in... 

South Africa’s growth depends on fixing its deeply broken food system

16th September 2021 As South Africa grapples with overcoming the challenge of massive COVID-19-related job losses and the highest unemployment level in the world, we... 

Deadly cost of South Sudan’s delayed security reforms

15th September 2021 South Sudan has failed to unify the country’s armed groups into a single force with a central goal of ensuring national security. The task of... 

A gendarmerie for South Africa?

15th September 2021 Two weeks ago, South Africa’s Defence and Military Veterans Minister Thandi Modise told Parliament she wanted to consider establishing an... 

The 20-year war: 9/11’s enduring legacy in Africa

14th September 2021 The fall of Afghanistan last month and the Taliban’s resurgence epitomises the failure of counter-terrorism over the past 20 years. Since 9/11, an... 

Israel’s accreditation to the AU is dividing Africa

9th September 2021 Israel has long sought to retake its position as an observer state at the African Union (AU). It had this status with the Organisation of African... 

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