GGA Reporter
PODCAST: AiF – Issue 59

PODCAST: AiF – Issue 59

Africa and vaccine economics Africa’s fortunes in a post-COVID world will depend on how it navigates the critical questions of vaccine economics – vaccine diplomacy and regional integration. As the continent slowly recovers from the pandemic, it now needs to navigate...

Newsletter #16

Newsletter #16

The Zambia elections, GGA’s Chris Maroleng’s interview on Newzroom Afrika about events in Mozambique, Africa analyst Gideon Chitanga on how the US might foster strong democratic institutions in Africa.

Newsletter #15

Newsletter #15

Announcing the new GGA website, the GGA Pledge, and the Women Laying the Foundation webinar series. GGA researcher Stuart Mbanyele looks at the sparks that lit the flame of violence in SA in July.

Newsletter #14

Newsletter #14

GGA media statement on SA chaos and looting, GGA’s Ross Harvey on Jacob Zuma’s imprisonment, latest insights on the state of SA’s local government, Francis Kornegay on rethinking US-African relations.

PODCAST: AiF – Issue 58

PODCAST: AiF – Issue 58

Agency, human rights and homosexuality In this article, Charles Prempeh discusses the administration of Joseph Robinette Biden Jr, the 46th president of the US, and his call for developing countries to liberalise and decriminalise their laws against homosexuality and...

Newsletter #13

Newsletter #13

Mozambique’s displacement dilemma, power dynamics in post independence Zimbabwe, Dr Craig Moffat and Chrissy Dube on the SADC’s Covid-19 response.

Newsletter #12

Newsletter #12

State of local governance in SA, Ronak Gopaldas on if SA is ready for a coalition government, latest insights into the Covid-19 pandemic in Africa.

Newsletter #11

Newsletter #11

SA’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout, Launching Africa in Fact Issue 57 (Africa’s liberation movements), Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado – analysis update.

PODCAST: AiF – Issue 57

PODCAST: AiF – Issue 57

The end of an era for liberation movements? After defeating colonialism, white minority rule and post-colonial authoritarian governments, many of Africa’s liberation movements seem to have lost ground in the democratic era, challenged by the harsh realities of...

GGA Reporter
PODCAST: AiF – Issue 59

PODCAST: AiF – Issue 59

Africa and vaccine economics Africa’s fortunes in a post-COVID world will depend on how it navigates the critical questions of vaccine economics – vaccine diplomacy and regional integration. As the continent slowly recovers from the pandemic, it now needs to navigate...

Newsletter #16

Newsletter #16

The Zambia elections, GGA’s Chris Maroleng’s interview on Newzroom Afrika about events in Mozambique, Africa analyst Gideon Chitanga on how the US might foster strong democratic institutions in Africa.

Newsletter #15

Newsletter #15

Announcing the new GGA website, the GGA Pledge, and the Women Laying the Foundation webinar series. GGA researcher Stuart Mbanyele looks at the sparks that lit the flame of violence in SA in July.

Newsletter #14

Newsletter #14

GGA media statement on SA chaos and looting, GGA’s Ross Harvey on Jacob Zuma’s imprisonment, latest insights on the state of SA’s local government, Francis Kornegay on rethinking US-African relations.

PODCAST: AiF – Issue 58

PODCAST: AiF – Issue 58

Agency, human rights and homosexuality In this article, Charles Prempeh discusses the administration of Joseph Robinette Biden Jr, the 46th president of the US, and his call for developing countries to liberalise and decriminalise their laws against homosexuality and...

PODCAST: AiF – Issue 57

PODCAST: AiF – Issue 57

The end of an era for liberation movements? After defeating colonialism, white minority rule and post-colonial authoritarian governments, many of Africa’s liberation movements seem to have lost ground in the democratic era, challenged by the harsh realities of...