Zimbabwe’s military didn’t topple the regime. It just restored the ruling party’s corrupt old guard to power.
The opposition comes as close as it ever has to removing Jacob Zuma from office.
South Africa’s Teflon president has survived six attempts on his political life. Even if he survives a seventh, the damage to Africa’s most storied liberation movement is done.
For South Africa’s polygamist, scandal-plagued president, charisma isn’t enough anymore.
When they’re not smuggling ivory and rhino horn, Africa’s most notorious criminal syndicates are stealing farm animals to make a 2,500-year-old traditional Chinese remedy.
The Gupta family’s shadowy business empire is a symbol of all that’s wrong with South Africa.
The essential step to restoring faith in American democracy is authorizing an independent investigation into the president’s ties to the government of Russia.
President Jacob Zuma is toying with land expropriation policies that threaten the country's economy — and his own leadership.
Populists keep winning because the system really is rigged. Reversing the global tide of authoritarian nativism requires making legal systems work for everyone.
In yet another blow to South African President Jacob Zuma’s government.
Jeers, fistfights and pepper spray in the parliamentary chamber.
The Zimbabwean dictator’s very public, very amusing fallout with a former political ally in South Africa.
With 200,000 members, AfriForum is the leading civic organization advocating for the rights of Afrikaners in South Africa. Do the people responsible for apartheid’s crimes have a claim to their country’s future?