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Living on the edge

After a senior army officer warned that the army will step in if the purges don’t stop, Zimbabwe is living…

Varieties of Democracy

A while back several funds were disbursed or were about to be disbursed to explore the varieties of democracy. This…

No end in sight for Kenya’s crisis

This article claims that there is no end in sight for Kenya’s crisis. And that’s possibly true.┬áThe article also claims…

Nasa will resume protests

NASA will resume its protests for electoral justice in Kenya http://allafrica.com/stories/201711090728.html You may also be interested in: Open to talks…

postponing for democracy in the end postpones democracy

The Liberian Presidential elections have been postponed by the Supreme Court. Elections were postponed “indefinitely” and possible for more than…

President fires Vice-President in Zimbabwe

In Zimbabwe the President fired the Vice-President for being disloyal, disrespectful deceitful and unreliable. The problem was however that, as…

Open to talks

In an effort to bring the crisis to an end, President Kenyatta said he is open to talks with the…

Elections in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe will hold its next elections in 2018. The ruling party has its fair share of problems, but so does…

A history of blunders

Afetr multi-party democracy was reintroduced in 1991 “successive electoral bodies have continued making avoidable blunders despite years of efforts to…

Right to vote

The right to vote is meaningful only when it is exercise. But Liberians may not feel that way. Only 2.1…

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