The growing trend of third-termism in Africa is a big topic on the international scene. The likes of Britain and the US have worked closely with African leaders to establish democratic roots across the continent. Yet all that effort is starting
Last week, Tanzania President John Magufuli threatened to crack down on opposition protests “without mercy”. It’s the latest in a series of moves to outrage his opponents. They say he’s an undemocratic leader seeking to create an authoritarian state. And, while his
Tanzania President John Magufuli threatened protestors on Friday, promising to crackdown “without mercy”.
David Cameron’s resignation has been largely overshadowed by Britain’s vote to leave the EU. After all, one man’s career is small fry when the whole world is trying to figure out what it all means. For every theory and argument about
Last October, the most tightly fought election in Tanzania’s history named John Magufuli as the country’s new president.
Uganda’s main opposition leader Kizza Besigye was arrested on Tuesday, hours after leaving his home.
Police have withdrawn from the residence of Kizza Besigye after detaining the former presidential candidate under house arrest for more than a month.
Paul Kagame will run for a third term as president of Rwanda in 2017 – that much we know. His decision was announced shortly after a national referendum, where 98 percent of voters approved constitutional changes that would allow him