Washington must not ignore atrocities against the country’s Anglophones. It should use existing U.S. laws to force an end to the violence.
I wrote about Chinese oppression in a South African paper. Hours later, they cancelled my column.
Deployment of armed drones in Niger coincides with a new U.S. plan to withdraw some troops.
Increased interest in the continent’s real estate and resources will enhance the bargaining power of governments there—but they need to bargain for the right things.
Internal cable cites report that farm murders in South Africa are at their lowest level in 19 years.
South Africa needs to redistribute property—but not all appropriation is made the same.
The president’s tweet followed a misleading segment on Fox News.
The country’s strongman plans to step down, but the United States must tread carefully.
Zanu-PF has proven time and again that it will resort to violence to stay in power. The MDC Alliance must pursue a coalition deal with President Mnangagwa, or more lives will be lost.
The government’s crackdown proves that the ruling party will hold on to power by any means necessary.
The United Nations and foreign powers claim they are dedicated to building up the Somali National Army. Instead, they have become complicit in its dysfunction.
In an interview, Tunisian foreign minister says Western-led action in Libya in 2011 was reckless.