Kenya is sliding toward a potentially violent political crisis over opposition allegations that hackers interfered with provisional vote tallies from Tuesday’s general elections. View the original article here.
Jose Eduardo dos Santos is set to maintain control from behind the scenes when he steps down as Angola’s president next month after almost four decades in office. View the […]
Corruption, a lack of jobs, and rising grain prices resulting from the worst drought in three decades are pressing concerns for voters. View the original article here.
Kenyans go to the polls on 8 August for fiercely-contested elections with incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta pitted against his arch rival, veteran opposition challenger Raila Odinga. More than 19 million […]
August will be a busy month for African politics, when voters cast their ballots in Rwanda, Kenya and Angola. GTR looks at the political outlook for the three countries, and […]
The long-awaited audit report on Mozambique’s excessive hidden debt has not – as was broadly anticipated – moved the market. So say African analysts in conversation with GTR. They believe […]
Less than a month before Kenyans are due to go to the polls, electoral authorities are behind on everything from printing ballot papers to finalizing a voter list. That risks […]
Mozambique’s smaller banks should combine in an effort to overcome the blow dealt by government debt defaults after four lenders failed over nine months. View the original article here.
Lenders are lining up to set up businesses in Ethiopia, one of Africa’s fastest-growing and most under-banked economies. Now they need the government to let them open their doors. View […]