Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Looks for Mugabe's Successor After a Surreal Month
Before she landed herself in hot diplomatic water by allegedly attacking a South African model with a power cord, Zimbabwe's notoriously ill-tempered first lady, Grace Mugabe,… Read more »
Africa: Southern African Politics Roiled By Distortions, Junk Bonds and Road Rage
I was in Zimbabwe when news came through of a clash of motorcades in neighbouring Zambia. One motorcade was carrying the president, Edgar Lungu, and the other the opposition… Read more »
Africa: African Leaders Are Masters At 'Post-Truth' Politics
"Post-truth" politics may have recently trended, but since independence from colonialism African leaders have been the most adroit exponents of manipulating the truth, distorting… Read more »
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