Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

ISS, Institute for Security Studies

Wagner’s dubious operatics in CAR and beyond

21st January 2022 Russia has established a strong military presence in the Central African Republic (CAR) over the past four years, clandestinely using dubious... 

Party politics still the only game in town in Tanzania

20th January 2022 The year started with news of the resignation of Tanzania’s Speaker of the National Assembly Job Ndugai. His crime was questioning President Samia... 

Making Zondo’s findings count is not government’s job alone

19th January 2022 South Africa’s Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture, corruption and fraud handed the first of its three-part report to President Cyril... 


Getting to grips with Ethiopia’s ethnic and political violence is vital for stability

17th January 2022 Ethiopia’s 2018 transition failed to bring stability to the country. On the contrary, sporadic ethnic and political violence since then has brought... 

The AU must face up to Africa’s governance-conflict links

14th January 2022 A review of the issues covered in 2021 by the African Union (AU) Peace and Security Council (PSC) predictably shows positives and negatives for the... 

Port expansions could expose Kenya to more crime

13th January 2022 Kenya’s US$3.6-billion ports master plan will transform the country’s sea, lake and dry ports over the next 30 years. Modern ports that comply with... 

Burundi and Rwanda on a reconciliation path

11th January 2022 Since Burundi accused Rwanda of backing a coup attempt against it in 2015, relations between the two countries have been rocky. Most of the... 

As the AU turns 20, it must speak with one voice

10th January 2022 The African Union (AU) will mark its 20th anniversary in 2022, and as pressure to perform better increases, the upcoming heads of state summit from... 

Mali’s transitional government capitalises on festive lull

6th January 2022 While many were off enjoying their end-of-year break in December 2021, Mali’s transitional government was busy pulling off a feat that could keep... 

After #EndSARS, Nigeria’s police must take ownership of reform

5th January 2022 Nigeria’s #EndSARS mass action in October 2020 and the subsequent security force crackdown led to promises that those affected would see justice.... 

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