Most Recent News

South Africa’s Democratic Elections Shakes the Foundation of Post-Apartheid Politics

Today May 29th, 2024, millions of South African voters head to polling stations nationwide for the seventh democratic general election since the end of apartheid in 1994—a brutal era of.

  • 0

10 Key Takeaways from President Ruto’s Visit to the White House

President Joe Biden welcomed Kenyan President William Ruto to the White House for a State Visit and Dinner, marking 60 years of U.S.-Kenya partnership. This occasion highlights the enduring and.

  • 0

Calls for Fair Elections Echo Across Tunisian Streets

Tunisia once celebrated for its strides toward democratic governance, now faces a challenging chapter in its political journey. President Kaïs Saïed’s unorthodox maneuvers, including the dissolution of Parliament in 2021.

  • 0

Election of Bassirou Diomaye Faye: A New Era of Democracy for Senegal?

In the wake of Senegal’s historic presidential election, the nation finds itself at the threshold of a new era, propelled by the victory of opposition candidate Bassirou Diomaye Faye. Against.

  • 0

The Maturity of Namibia’s Democracy: A Model for African Nations

Once emerging from the shadows of apartheid and colonial rule, Namibia has built a mature and stable democracy. In the heart of southern Africa, Namibia’s democracy has grown and matured.

  • 0

Democracy’s Tightrope: Nigerian Governance & Judicial Dependency

While the court is an essential part of any functioning democracy, there are serious risks associated with using it to determine who rules Nigeria. Too much dependence on the judiciary.

  • 0

Africa, Democracy, and the Military: A Paradigm Shift

The interaction between democracy and the military has had major repercussions in terms of influencing nations’ political landscapes. Africa, in particular, has witnessed a complicated and dynamic interplay between these.

  • 0

Military Juntas and Sustaining Democracy in Africa

In the last three decades, African countries have experienced considerable transformations in their political systems which have put the continent in tune with acceptable democratic principles based on the rule.

  • 0

Uganda: Opposition Leader Urges Diaspora to Continue Push for Democracy

By James Butty Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye is urging the country’s diaspora to continue to push for democracy in Uganda. “I think that they have two or three roles..

  • 0

U.S. Supports Nigerian Democratic Process With U.S.$15 Million

The United States Consular General in Nigeria, Jeffry Hawkins has disclosed that the US is supporting the Nigerian democratic process with $15million. He also expressed shock at the gruesome murder.

  • 0