Of Madiba’s Elite Networks, Homeboys And Girls: A Review Of ‘Mandela’s Kinsmen’

It is an effortless weaving of the politics of the apartheid state, the Transkei, liberation movements, and chiefly politics into an interconnected narrative of shifting power relations

In Face Of Brexit And As Trump Turns Back On Rest Of The World, Africa Sticks Together – But Many Hurdles Remain

Africa Day is a good occasion to reflect on progress of the African Union. It has come a long way, but two years after the launch of its reforms effort, there are still notable divisions between member states and regions

The ANC Has A New Leader, But Politically South Africa Remains In A Very Dangerous Place 

Will Zuma stand down as president of the country if the party asked him, as Mbeki did? Unlikely. Mbeki had no reason to fear the consequences of leaving office. Zuma, on the other hand, has numerous reasons to cling to power.

Zuma And Dos Santos Plot To Rule From The Grave: Preserving Wealth, Freedom For Themselves And Their Families Is Priority

Zuma was more subtle – he captured the state by proxy, through his business cronies the Gupta brothers. Angola’s Dos Santos disregarded such niceties and carried out a smash and grab.

On Africa Day, Question Is ‘Can Former Liberators Lead Continent Into The Future?’

Freedom fighters believe they have a right to govern, but struggle to deliver the economic development that Africa needs.