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Africa Last Updated: Dec 7, 2018 - 4:54:10 PM


Africa
DRC elections: The field, the rules and the potential game-changers
As the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) prepares for elections on 23 December, there are still some technical concerns surrounding the vote. The finances, logistics and security of the process all remain somewhat uncertain. Yet after years of deliberate attempts to delay elections, this time it looks like the Congolese government is doing everything it can to ensure they actually happen.

Dec 7, 2018 - 4:53:06 PM

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Zimbabwe: life after the emperor in the land of kings
A year on from the coup that ousted Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe remains perched between piecemeal reform and old ways that are as intractable as they are destructive. That’s because the country is ruled by a clique with a partial and conditional commitment to change—and a total, obdurate determination to retain and enjoy power.

Dec 6, 2018 - 12:17:40 PM

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Former Angolan president José Eduardo dos Santos accused of corruption by his successor
Since João Lourenço was elected president in 2017, Angolans have wondered about his relationship with his predecessor, José Eduardo dos Santos.

Dec 6, 2018 - 11:49:53 AM

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Zezurus fall from high positions as Karangas take over
Like bags of maize dropping from a speeding truck, Zezurus that have been occupying strategic positions during Mugabe era are now falling in numbers as Mnangagwa's Karanga take over and build their own political power base.

Dec 1, 2018 - 12:28:53 PM

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The Fulani-Kanuri power game
Give it to the Fulani, they understand themselves and know how to find a way round other grou

Nov 29, 2018 - 10:43:44 AM

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