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The Struggle for Democracy: Togo and the Curse of Gnassingbé
In the last year there has been serious unrest in Togo. At the heart of this unrest is the citizens’ clamouring for better representation...
The Rise Of Togo: An Introduction
Rising from the ashes of wars and political instability since the 1960s, Togo is beginning to make strides. With an improving economy,...
Imperial Support of Dictatorship
Paul Biya (picture below with Emmanuel Macron, the President of France) was recently announced as the winner of the concluded Cameroonian...
Genocide in Southern Cameroon
The Ambazonians, an adopted name for the people of Southern Cameroon, have been agitating to be separated from their francophone-speaking...
Bringing Brexit to Africa: The Birth of a New Commonwealth
Theresa May recently visited Africa, commencing her tour with visits to South Africa and Nigeria, before turning her attention towards...
Social Media Tax: African Leaders and the Disdain for Dissent
In July this year, the Ugandan government implemented its social media tax. It was initially proposed that there should be a $0.5 (£0.39)...
"Give Us This Day, Our Daily Bread" - A Case of Elections Gone Wrong
There is nothing worse than trying to convince someone to vote for a particular candidate. Despite facts and figures, they have their...
The Myth Around African Democracy
The recent elections in Angola probably felt like the biggest relief to a lot of Angolans. The 38-year rule of the powerful Jose Eduardo...
Access (finally) Granted: Gay rights activist wins 13 year asylum battle
The commonly held belief that the number 13 is an unlucky one doesn't seem to apply to Aderonke Apata, who, after 13 years of battling...
The ICC: A Biased Umpire in the Cause of Justice?
On the 6th of July, the International Criminal Court ruled that South Africa flouted its duty to International Law when it failed to...
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