Politics

Podcast: Who are Africa’s climate superstars?

Welcome to the latest episode of the Africa Science Focus podcast distributed in partnership with African Arguments. Africa Science...

Kenneth Kaunda, the philosopher king who fell with dignity

Zambia’s first president was a flawed leader, but his legacy of inclusiveness and African unity survive in political...

Podcast: From Below, New Youth Politics in Africa

Debating Ideas aims to reflect the values and editorial ethos of the African Arguments book series. It offers debates...

Somalia’s divided army reflects its divided politics

The Somali National Army’s recent infighting along clan lines exposed its ongoing fragility. But integration is possible. A...

Think African Podcast Ep 4: Why we occupy

African Arguments is delighted to partner with the Think African podcast series, created by Sound Africa in cooperation with...

Ethiopia: Abiy Ahmed’s two options after the election

The Prime Minister’s party is likely to consolidate power in today’s elections. How he will use this power...

Precariousness of Transition in Chad

Debating Ideas is a new section that aims to reflect the values and editorial ethos of the African Arguments...

Fallism’s Faultlines: The Paradoxes of “Fees Must Fall”

Debating Ideas aims to reflect the values and editorial ethos of the African Arguments book series. It offers debates...

“We need to stick together”: Meet the family made up of Ongwen’s ex-wives

After escaping the LRA, the former “wives” of the convicted war criminal were shunned by their families. So...

Will Benin be next to see Islamist attacks?

Violent spillovers tend to occur when extremist interests and local disputes collide. President Patrice Talon on Benin on...

South Sudan’s other (more hopeful) peace process

In a country where people are so often seen as passive observers to events, the National Dialogue put...

HH: “Zambians want change…We don’t count how many times we run”

An interview with Zambia’s opposition candidate Hakainde Hichilema on why Zambians should vote for him at a sixth...

Sierra Leone at 60: Coming of Age in Freetown’s Streets

Debating Ideas aims to reflect the values and editorial ethos of the African Arguments book series. It offers debates...

Can Kinshasa’s changing relations mark a new chapter for eastern DRC?

Since President Tshisekedi took office in 2019, the Congo’s relations with key neighbours have changed significantly. The UN...

Think African Podcast Ep 3: Who is feeding Africa?

African Arguments is delighted to partner with the Think African podcast series, created by Sound Africa. Think African examines the big...

Dams and the Technology-Development Nexus: The Case of the GERD

Debating Ideas is a new section that aims to reflect the values and editorial ethos of the African Arguments...

Thirty Years after Eritrean Independence: Youth Activist Vanessa Tsehaye Talks to Georgia Cole

Debating Ideas aims to reflect the values and editorial ethos of the African Arguments book series. It offers debates...

The Fetishisation of Covid-19 Data: Reflections on the Daily Data Announcements in Burkina Faso

Debating Ideas is a new section that aims to reflect the values and editorial ethos of the African Arguments...

Africa Elections 2021: All the upcoming votes

A regularly updated list of the upcoming elections in Africa in 2021.  Last updated: 3 June 2021...

Violence and Generational Trauma: Gukurahundi Memory Today

Debating Ideas is a new section that aims to reflect the values and editorial ethos of the African Arguments...

Mass abductions in Uganda: What we know and don’t know

Amid government denials and unverified claims, we spoke to dozens of former abductees, their families and officials to...

Seychelles has vaccinated 71% of its population. Why is Covid surging?

What the world’s most vaccinated country tells us about variants, vaccine efficacy and achieving herd immunity. At a...

ONLINE SLOTS SOUTH AFRICA

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Online Casino vs Land-Based Casino

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The Gambling Industry in South Africa

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Ukash Banking – South African Online Casinos

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History and Evolution of Gambling in South Africa

History and Evolution of Gambling in South Africa Gambling, whether physical or online, has always been a great...

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“It’s the year of mass protests”: Malawi awaits crucial election ruling

Since the disputed 2019 election, Malawi has seen widespread protests over many issues. This is unlikely to change...

There’s a lot of stigma around mental health, but we’re turning the tide

There's a lot of stigma around mental health, but we're turning the tide - African Arguments By continuing...

Sierra Leone’s ban of pregnant school girls outlawed in landmark ruling

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Africa Insiders: #LuandaLeaks over Isabel Dos Santos

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UK-Africa: Private sector investment can be good, but not usually this type

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Sierra Leone declared a state of emergency over sexual violence

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Africa Insiders: Egypt finds itself downstream without a paddle

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Ghana: Political vigilantes are a concern, but there’s a bigger one

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