Africa’s presidents have been wrongly stereotyped: what we can learn from Kenya

By Anaïs Angelo, Universität Wien All-powerful presidents are an essential part of a stereotypical representation of African politics controlled by a few individuals, rather than by institutions. This view has … Read More

How a chief defied apartheid and upheld democracy for the good of his people

By Jill E. Kelly, Associate Professor of History, Southern Methodist University The recently released report of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s advisory panel on land reform, and the latest efforts to force through two controversial … Read More