African Politics and Policy

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Month: January 2016

First massacre in human history

According to this article the first massacre in human history occurred on the shores of a lagoon in Kenya. A…

Cameroon:state takes control of CDC

The Cameroonian state became the largest shareholder of Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC), Cameroon’s second largest employer. The State takes full…

Cameroon: coffee exports increase by 8.2 per cent

23672 of the 23865 tons of coffee produced in Cameroon were exported. This marked a 8.24 per cent increase in…

Cameroon: country set to establish 300 fish farms

Cameroon received 1 million grant to establish 300 small fish farms. http://allafrica.com/stories/201601291587.html You may also be interested in: Cameroon: death…

Cameroon: death toll rises, as terrorist attacks continue

After many attacks perpetrated by Boko Haram, Cameroon decided to close down most of the northern markets on the border…

Mozambique: is democratic rule about to end?

The political instability that Africa experienced in 2015 did not have a terribly devastating efffect on democratic rule in the…

Zimbabwe: Mugabe plans to lead the country for as long as he is alive

While the infighting within the ruling party is getting increasingly worse (http://allafrica.com/stories/201601290705.html) and the ruling party is becoming increasingly factionalized,…

Cameroon: Humanitarian Response Plan launched

With the launch of the 2016 Humanitarian Response Plan, a concrete step was taken toward alleviating the suffering of both …

Anti-terrorism in Africa

In a recent editorial Simon Allison noted that the wave of instabiity and terror that has swept across the African…

Central African Republic: electoral second round scheduled

On February 14, voters will be heading once again to the polls, to cast their ballots in the second round/second…

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