Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

ISS, Institute for Security Studies

Going for gold: Africa’s young footballers exploited by smugglers

24th November 2022 Amid the excitement of the FIFA World Cup that kicked off on 20 November, there can be no denying that transnational organised crime is part of the... 

Women have a vital role in Cameroon’s reintegration process

24th November 2022 Women in Cameroon need a role in encouraging Boko Haram members to leave the group and reintegrate back into communities. Many of the terror... 

Police could do far more to make South Africa safer

22nd November 2022 Rising levels of murder and robbery, gender-based violence, embedded organised crime and police corruption characterise South Africa’s crime... 


Putting cyber resilience in Africa centre stage

21st November 2022 With global attention on the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Sharm-el-Sheikh, the question of how to make long-term,... 

Could G20 or BRICS be Africa’s route to global influence?

18th November 2022 Africa lacks a permanent seat on the United Nations (UN) Security Council – a situation that will likely remain for a long time. Does membership of... 

No silver bullet to stop cattle rustling in East Africa

17th November 2022 In April, Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni launched a disarmament exercise in north-eastern Uganda and deployed the military to carry it out. The... 

Can Mozambique’s march to authoritarianism be stopped?

17th November 2022 In his first three years after becoming president in 2015, Filipe Nyusi’s governance led Mozambique to fall in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s... 

Could COP27 still shift views on climate migrants?

15th November 2022 While climate-linked migration and displacement (‘mobility’) feature throughout discussions at the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference... 

Options for reviving security cooperation in the Sahel

14th November 2022 The Sahel is experiencing increasing political and security upheavals. A series of unconstitutional changes in government have occurred in Mali,... 

Are red flags about Islamic State in South Africa alarmist?

11th November 2022 Alarm bells about the threat of terrorism in South Africa have recently been sounding more stridently and more often. Are these false alarms or is... 

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