September 19

September 18

  • South Africa: What's Wrong With Government's Land Holding Policy, and What Should it Do Instead? [opinion]


    South Africa urgently requires practical agrarian reform policies that transfer land to black farmers who can use it productively to sustain their livelihoods and to supply... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Rampant Corruption in South Sudan [opinion]


    Entitlement, fledgling institutions and a lack of accountability have yielded rampant corruption in the world's youngest country, South Sudan Read more »

  • Zambia: Taxation and Organized State Criminality - the Case of Zambia [opinion]


    The serious allegations of tax fraud made against the publisher of a Zambian newspaper implicate a number of top ranking government officials and institutions, starting with... Read more »

  • Ghana: New Dawn for Social Activism in Ghana [opinion]


    Ghana's failed economic trajectory of market liberalisation has trapped the country in a cycle of export dependency based on primary commodities while destroying the domestic... Read more »

  • Zambia: Critical Notes On the Legal System of Zambia [opinion]


    The whole Zambian legal system needs to be revamped. Still deeply rooted in its colonial origins, the system has stifled creativity and stunted the possible independent growth of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: A Gloomy Budget [editorial]

    Financial Gazette

    FINANCE Minister Patrick Chinamasa's budget review was gloomy, but this had been largely expected. The Treasury chief is currently confronted by one of the worst challenges of any... Read more »

  • Nigeria: 2015 - Voting Without Voters [editorial]


    THE Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Director of Voter Registry, Mr. Emmanuel Akem, recently said potential voters who failed to obtain their permanent voters'... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Juba's Anti-Foreigner Move Won't Work [editorial]

    The Star

    IN a move full of mixed signals, the South Sudan government has declared that foreigners will no longer work for international NGOs within its jurisdiction. Read more »

  • Uganda: Let Road Carnage Debate Continue [editorial]


    Two high-profile politicians have recently commented on Uganda's frightening road carnage in the pages of this newspaper. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Signing Is Done, Now to Implementation [editorial]

    The Herald

    THROUGH the mega deals with China and Russia, Government has proved its ability to attract investment by signing deals which unlocked commitment more than anything else. Read more »

  • South Sudan: Undermining South Sudanese Expertise's Is Ironical! [opinion]

    Sudan Tribune

    The recent order from the Ministry of Labor and Public Service in the Republic of South Sudan that was issued on 16th of September 2014 is absolute enough, appropriate and... Read more »

  • Africa: Why Do British Socialists Hope Scotland Will Vote for Independence? [opinion]


    A vote for Scottish independence will be a vote against the inequality and all that the British state represents. However, independence, in reality, will bring little change for... Read more »

  • Zambia: Boost Power Projects to Meet Demand [opinion]

    Times of Zambia

    It can be counterproductive in the sense that major development projects cannot take off without reliable power supply while those already in progress will stall for a long time. Read more »

  • Uganda: End Culture of Impunity to Ensure Road Safety [opinion]


    Col Kizza Besigye's excellent article in The Observer on the causes and remedies of the carnage on our roads should start and sustain a debate on this important subject; and I... Read more »

  • Uganda: Is Makerere Exchanging Its Academic Freedom for Museveni Money? [opinion]


    In the wake of President Yoweri Museveni's ill-advised denigration of humanities and social sciences as 'useless', it appears that authorities at Makerere University have hit the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: . . .who Will Be Zanu-PF's Number Three? [column]

    Financial Gazette

    AS the ZANU-PF elective congress scheduled to take place in December fast approaches, the race to win the coveted second Vice Presidency post has intensified. Indications even... Read more »

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