Ethiopia’s Ahmed has inspired calm. But he must act quickly on...

Mohammed Girma, University of Pretoria Ethiopia has been rocked by a series of protests over the past four years. These rallied against public corruption, the...

Mozambique’s own version of Boko Haram is tightening its deadly grip

Eric Morier-Genoud, Queen's University Belfast Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province is being held to ransom by an Islamist guerrilla movement. After months of skirmishes between police...

Victim surveys show that crime in South Africa may be dropping,...

Andrew Faull, University of Cape Town South Africans consistently rank crime among their top concerns, second only to unemployment. Between 2003 and 2015, 79% of...

An Empire for the Betrayed Children

By Um'Khonde Habamenshi Imagine you grew up in Senegal and moved to France at 21 years. Imagine you pursued a career as a social worker, reuniting...

Zimbabwe: a future finely balanced between democracy and militarisation

  David B. Moore, University of Johannesburg Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa’s inauguration as Zimbabwe’s second president and commander-in-chief consummated power for the main beneficiary of the November...

Eritrea has slashed conscription. Will it stem the flow of refugees?

Cristiano D'Orsi, University of Johannesburg Ethiopia and Eritrea have signed an historic agreement to end the 20-year conflict between the two countries. The breakthrough has...

When R.E.S.P.E.C.T meets S.T.E.M

“What happens to you if you are born with a brilliant mind but grow up in difficult circumstances in a village, township or City?...

Meet the five teams hoping to change Africa’s World Cup story

Wycliffe W. Njororai Simiyu, University of Texas at Tyler The 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament kicks off from June 14 in Russia. Africa has five...

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