South Africa’s 2024 Election, A Referendum on Black Leadership

The results of South Africa’s 2024 elections further illustrate what pro-democracy groups have always canvassed - good governance/leadership is tribe and race-blind.…

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The People Can’t Wait: Democracy on Trial

By Bunmi Makinwa In many African countries, forces for change are searching for new kinds of leaders that can bring…

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The Judiciary: a Facilitator or Hindrance to Democracy in Africa?

By Paul Ejime In political science, the trias politica model for the governance of state, popularized in modern democracy, recognizes the separation of…

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