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By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 5th October 2020 Mauritius, long perceived as an oasis of political stability in Africa, has recently made headlines for all the wrong reasons. Blacklisting by the... →
5th October 2020 As 2020 unfolded, developments in topics relating to advancements in the fourth industrial revolution, artificial intelligence, internet of things,... →
5th October 2020 While the government-mandated COVID-19 lockdown had a devastating economic impact, South Africa's economy already faced significant structural... →
2nd October 2020 MR President, I feel nauseous. I also have an aching sensation in my chest and arms, and it has already spread to my neck and jaw. My political... →
2nd October 2020 Unlike the typical liberal constitution, Kenya’s 2010 constitution is transformative in character. Liberal constitutions primarily seek to... →
2nd October 2020 From the mid-2000s onwards, the digital revolution raised hopes of democratic transformation and strengthening in Africa. But it hasn’t quite... →
2nd October 2020 It’s been five years since former South African president Thabo Mbeki and his high-level panel published their landmark report on illicit financial... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 2nd October 2020 African leaders seeking re-election often exploit access to government resources to boost their campaigns, creating an uneven electoral playing... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 2nd October 2020 Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire will hold presidential elections this October. The polls are vital for the countries’ stability. But the outgoing leaders... →