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Africa at LSE
South Africa at 20: The re-awakening of “the left” in post-apartheid South Africa?As the African National Congress (ANC) pursues a “talk left, walk right strategy”, Stephen Hurt of Oxford Brookes University analyses what “the left” needs to do to become a potent force in South Africa’s politics once again. In the next … Continue reading →
Book Review: The Lion Sleeps Tonight and Other Stories of AfricaIn his formidable essay collection The Lion Sleeps Tonight and Other Stories of Africa, Rian Malan offers a remarkable chronicle of contemporary South Africa as it navigates the post-apartheid transition and beyond, says LSE alumna Francesca Washtell. The collection is … Continue reading →
Civic agency in Africa : arts of resistance in the 21st century /
Democracy and power alternation in Africa : a dialectic analysis of the political watersheds of an emerging Africa /
Africa at LSE [electronic resource] : LSE's engagement with Africa.
Africa bibliography [electronic resource].
Africa: Africans Want Democracy But Are They Getting It?[allAfrica]Cape Town -Popular support for democracy and against one-party rule in Africa has risen substantially in the past decade, but most Africans don't think they are actually experiencing democracy.
Nigeria: From Sticks and Machetes to Rocket-Propelled Grenades[IPS]Lagos -Nigerians are beginning to adjust to the sad reality that they live in a country where suicide bombers and terrorists could be lurking around the next corner thanks to a ready supply of advanced weapons smuggled through the country's porous borders. Last week, Ngupar Kemzy's cousin, Andy Nepli, told him that he planned to spend the Easter holidays with him.
UN in DR Congo pledges support, good offices to upcoming pollsThe United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) will provide technical and logistical support for upcoming elections, the top UN official in the country today confirmed, stressing that the planning for the polls must be well organized and well-funded.
UN envoy reaffirms world body's strong resolve to stay the course in SomaliaThe top United Nations envoy in Somalia today called on the country's international partners to boost support to aid peacebuilding and humanitarian efforts there, while reaffirming that the world body has no plans to withdraw amid attacks by Al-Shabaab militants.
African Development Bank
Africa’s premier development bank reflects on how far it has come and looks ahead to the next 50 years
Speech at the Launch of the 50th Anniversary Celebrations of the Bank Group by the AfDB President Donald Kaberuka