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Shaun’s new job: Murder in Lesotho
Shaun’s new job: Murder in Lesotho
The Lesotho government has invited Shaun Abrahams, the controversial former boss of South Africa’s prosecutions authority, to prosecute eight...
Roelf Meyer tramps on Sisulu’s toes
Roelf Meyer tramps on Sisulu’s toes
International Relations Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has criticised former politician and businessperson Roelf Meyer for holding a private meeting with...
On protecting wildlife, SADC is leading the way
On protecting wildlife, SADC is leading the way
There are few easy wins when it comes to regional relations in Southern Africa. But on wildlife conservation, the Southern African Development...
SADC trade deal with EU criticised for not promoting regional economic development
SADC trade deal with EU criticised for not promoting regional economic development
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has received much negative press domestically since its establishment in 1992.
Remembering the moment that SA soldiers marched into Lesotho
Remembering the moment that SA soldiers marched into Lesotho
Saturday is the 20th anniversary of democratic South Africa’s military intervention in Lesotho. Christopher Williams reflects on Nelson...
New name, same flaws in eSwatini election, say critics
New name, same flaws in eSwatini election, say critics
Political parties cannot be involved, there are no campaign rallies and the king wields absolute power, choosing the prime minister and cabinet: a...
SADC’s problem child is going to the polls
SADC’s problem child is going to the polls
Hery Rajaonarimampianina, Madagascar’s president since January 25 2014, has stepped down, in line with the Constitution, to seek a second term in...
SADC fiddles while the DRC burns
SADC fiddles while the DRC burns
When a home catches fire, neighbours dash out to fight the blaze. They are motivated not only by a concern for the occupants’ welfare but also...
After disputed elections, Zimbabwe government’s credibility is in jeopardy
After disputed elections, Zimbabwe government’s credibility is in jeopardy
The Zimbabwean government posited that the first elections after the November 2017 ouster of Robert Mugabe would enhance the state’s credibility...
If Mnangagwa gets away with it, then Kabila can too
If Mnangagwa gets away with it, then Kabila can too
We knew, even before the first vote was cast, that Zimbabwe’s election was marred by serious irregularities. These included, but were certainly...
Hawks confirm probe involving chief Brexit financier
Hawks confirm probe involving chief Brexit financier
The Hawks have confirmed that there is an ongoing investigation involving British businessman and Brexit financier Arron Banks and his former...
African trade far from free
African trade far from free
South Africa has finally signed the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement, but the journey towards creating a common market of goods and services...

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