The coming weeks could represent a make-or-break moment for Uganda’s long-suffering political opposition – and for the political integrity of Africa as a whole. The country’s court is due to review a legal challenge to a recent amendment of the
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC’s) most popular opposition leader could be barred from standing in elections later this year after it was revealed he held Italian citizenship for sixteen years.
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South Sudan on Thursday announced a deal with Sudan to […]
Ethiopia’s prime minister Abiy Ahmed has publicly accused the country’s […]
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