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Updated 7 hours ago Nigerians will soon determine who their next president will be in a general election. Polling is due at the end of February and inauguration is... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies Updated 7 hours ago Should Africa’s lead nations – countries with economic and political clout – more actively pursue good governance, peace and stability on the... →
1st February 2023 January was a busy diplomatic month for South Africa. The country hosted Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov and US treasury secretary Janet... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 1st February 2023 The number of Rwandan soldiers and police fighting terrorism in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province increased from 1 000 in 2021 to 2 500 by the end... →
1st February 2023 Prior to the annual State of the Nation Address, the head of one of the country’s leading think tanks, the Centre for Development and Enterprise... →
31st January 2023 What happens when those responsible for managing universities cannot trust each other to act with integrity? In a nutshell, as I discuss in my new... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 30th January 2023 The European Union (EU) will, on 6 February, finalise the list of priority projects under its Global Gateway initiative in 2023. The plan to... →
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 30th January 2023 South Africa's declarations of neutrality are wearing thin around the Russia-Ukraine war, and engaging in wargames with Moscow's military while the... →
30th January 2023 South Africa is a country with enormous potential. It was always going to be a hard place to govern after centuries of discrimination and 48 years... →