Reporters in Eswatini, Egypt, Nigeria, Uganda, Ethiopia and Cameroon have been arrested
Politicians must desist from blaming the actions of the former oppressor for their own decisions
Research on violence in Africa argues that it is mainly within the context of a weak state that has lost control over its people and institutions
The death of an Eighties student activist reminds us how much South Africa owes to that generation
South Africa is repeatedly failing to live up to its declared policies because of corruption, ineptitude and political patronage
African universities are under immense pressure to accelerate their developmental projects.
Disillusioned ANC backers feel they don’t have credible options, and a union-based body à la Brazil’s Workers’ Party could rebalance SA’s democracy.