- Daily Brief
- May 23, 2019
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.
Zuma’s attempt to consolidate power is a symptom rather than cause of South Africa’s divided society.
President Kabila’s grip on power could plunge the fragile Democratic Republic of Congo into conflict.
Zimbabwe’s opposition parties need to rethink their strategies if they hope to challenge Mugabe.
Civil strife in Mozambique could bring it into conflict with long-time ally Zimbabwe.
Geopolitical risk insights on developments in sub-Saharan Africa in 2017.
Protests and violence have rocked Burundi, raising the spectre of civil war in the east African country.
With a flailing economy and protestors on the street, Zimbabwe’s long-time leader is under pressure to step down.
As violence flares in Nigeria’s oil heartland the country’s political and economic outlook look bleak.
The construction of a naval facility in Djibouti has irked Western policy makers, should they worry?