What We Need to Learn for This Year's Polls
Luanda Mpungose of the South African Institute of International Affairs writes for Africa Portal on the lessons that can be learned from some recent elections for the forthcoming polls in Zimbabwe, Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of Congo, to be held later this year.
Nigerian polling officials oversee ballot boxes.
Zimbabwean political party the National Patriotic Front which is aligned to former president Robert Mugabe has fired Ambrose Mutinhiri as its leader, less that two months before ... Read more »
Amnesty International's new report 'A Turn for the Worse: Violence and Human Rights Violations in Anglophone Cameroon', shows how the general population is paying the highest price ... Read more »
The former governor of Cross River state, Donald Duke, has announced that he wants to stand in next year's presidential election. Duke has not chosen the party on whose platform he ... Read more »
Burundi's government has told East African leaders that preparations for elections in 2020 are going ahead and are being done "democratically in compliance with the law". Read more »
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