elections

 
Africa leads the way in election technology, but there’s a long way to go
Africa leads the way in election technology, but there’s a long way to go
Kenya’s recently annulled elections will soon be re-run, but the long-term questions they raised about election management are still...
Muslims caught in Austrian election crossfire
Muslims caught in Austrian election crossfire
As Austrians grow more openly hostile towards Muslims, major political parties are deliberately brandishing Islamophobia in the Catholic majority...
In DR Congo's wounded heart, voting drive offers hope for peace
In DR Congo's wounded heart, voting drive offers hope for peace
After more than a year of bloodshed, faint hopes of peace are starting to stir in the heart of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Can Kenya fix its broken politics?
Can Kenya fix its broken politics?
The initial shock of the supreme court’s decision to annul last month’s presidential election has just about worn off. Now, Kenya must brace...
Editorial: In despair over elections
Editorial: In despair over elections
There are three major elections in Africa this month. None offer an encouraging picture of the state of democracy on the continent.
Lesotho needs a new electoral system
Lesotho needs a new electoral system
The 2017 Lesotho election was necessitated by the collapse of the ruling coalition due to a successful no-confidence motion on 1 March. After calls...
As UK goes to polls, May’s gamble on calling a snap election looks increasingly risky
As UK goes to polls, May’s gamble on calling a snap election looks increasingly risky
The United Kingdom goes to the polls today in a landmark election after an extraordinary election campaign. Since the snap ballot was called in...
If the recent poll is anything to go by, future elections will be vicious and violent
If the recent poll is anything to go by, future elections will be vicious and violent
As the euphoria of election campaigning dies down, and power changes hands in our municipalities, we would be remiss to gloss over the re-emergence...
Miffed former president Thabo Mbeki will not punt the ANC
Miffed former president Thabo Mbeki will not punt the ANC
First the ANC’s top man in Gauteng wrote a letter asking for his help. Then Johannesburg’s mayor went knocking at his door.

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