Should the US take a backseat in African affairs during the Trump presidency, China would have ample opportunity to increase its dominance over the continent.
A federal High Court sitting in Abuja has held that the continued incarceration of IMN leader El-Zakzaky is a violation of his human rights
Keen to capitalise on the DRC’s natural resources wealth, MNCs have leveraged Dan Gertler’s elite contacts to gain access to mining rights.
In an effort to silence anti-government sentiment, the Kabila administration has used physical and legislative repression in an attempt to retain its position.
In accordance with the 18th October dialogue a government transition is underfoot; yet, Kabila’s political future remains unclear.
New corruption allegations have come to light concerning questionable transfers at BGFIBank DRC, involving members of the political elite and the embattled CENI.
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In a perceived affront to democracy, on 10 Oct 2016, the Ghana Electoral Commission rejected the nomination of 13 candidates to contest the 7 December 2016 presidential polls in a perceived affront to democracy.
On 7th October 2016, the Department of State Services (DSS) announced that it had carried out raids on the homes of a number of prominent judicial officials, seven of whom were arrested.
The current status of the relationship and tensions between the ruling Frelimo party and its long-time political opponent, Renamo.
A review of the web of opaque offshore companies behind the expansive Lúrio River Valley agricultural development deal
As Nigeria battles Boko Haram, the mission gets complicated with diverging allegiances – some of which appear allied with ISIS.
DRC’s main opposition alliance has called for a general strike instead of accepting talks with the Kabila government to discuss postponed Presidential elections.