Former Tunisian Minister of Economy and Finance Hakim Ben Hammouda suggests how to relaunch and stabilise the continent’s economy in order to preserve the social contract.
A decade after the Arab spring, Tunisia is seen to be failing on many metrics, but former government adviser Zakaria Belkhoja remains optimistic.
The arrest in the UAE of two of the Gupta brothers, accused of corruption on a massive scale, has brought the issue of ethics in public office once again to the surface in South Africa.
As the only remaining part of Patrice Lumumba’s body is laid to rest in Kinshasa, the big lie has been exposed for what it was and no one is under any illusions about the real role of Belgium in the Congo.
Can five times Presidential candidate Raila Odinga defeat William Ruto, the champion of Kenya’s “hustler nation”, in the country’s 9 August election?
As Kenya prepares to hold its presidential election we examine the about-turns and new alliances that are making this the most unpredictable contest for decades.