- Daily News
- February 24, 2019
Migration, elections, terrorism and separatism – Africa has a lot in store for it in 2018.
President Mugabe has lost his near four-decade hold on power. How will the crisis play out?
Regional actors are hoping President Kiir and former Vice President Machar can commit to peace.
The Rwandan President Pan-African leadership could be a driving force for African unity.
President Buhari’s mysterious illness is a concern for the whole (but fragmented) nation.
President-elect Lourenco will struggle to meet the high expectations of supporters.
The race to combat climate change could inflame more basic human conflict in the Congo.
Beijing’s blue water naval ambitions are taking hold in the Indian Ocean region.
An unprecedented transfer of power and legislative elections have the country on edge.
A high treason trial, a refugee dispute and international politicking is putting Windhoek on edge.
President Lungu is marginalising the opposition. The country’s institutions make it an easy task.
The Congolese refugee crisis is destabilising Angola at a pivotal time for the country’s leadership.