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Waiting for their day in court

Waiting for their day in court

Togo: fear and favour The Gnasssingbé clan has been ruling Togo for more than 50 years.The late Eyadema Gnassingbé to power in January 1967, following what was described as the first coup d’état in...

EDITORIAL: The lifeboat of informality

EDITORIAL: The lifeboat of informality

African governments and their formal business sectors often hold up the informal sector as the nemesis of formalised growth  and  organised  development  –  yet for many citizens on the continent...

Ethnicity fuels bad governance

Ethnicity fuels bad governance

Decades of family rule in Togo country have resulted in very little development Ethnicity has been an important political tool for the family that has ruled Togo for nearly half a century. The...