Politics

August’s presidential election campaign is being marred by restrictions, violence and court disputes, reports Tomás Queface.
While civil war continues against northern Tigray rebels, an attack by Oromo insurgents on the eve of provincial elections has…
Following the deadly eruption of Mount Nyiragongo in late May, volcanologist Kevin Njau asks whether the DRC could have done…
With provincial polls less than four months away, South Africa’s ruling party is being torn apart by corruption wranglings. By…
Ghana’s Supreme Court overturns a ban on street protests, giving fresh hope to campaigners fighting deteriorating living conditions.
Alarmed by a rise in cross-border incursions, West Africa’s coastal states are calling on Ecowas to help to combat the terrorist…
The country may have only gone to the polls five months ago, but the ruling party is already fighting over…
Mozambican Tomas Queface asks why no one is talking about the Islamic State-backed jihadists. An insurgency is going on in…
Seventeen years after the Liberian conflict ended, victims are still fighting for justice. By Jonathan Paye-Layleh in Monrovia. More than…
As last month’s deadline to choose a new president is missed, Somalia’s politicians are risking instability across East Africa. By…
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