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FINAL BLOG POST – Sudan’s Ever-lingering Problems

Calls for an Independent Committee The NCF and the SRF are calling for an independent committee to oversee the National Dialogue. To them, a peaceful solution must be reached about the problems plaguing Sudan, and this can only happen under an independent, unbiased overseeing committee. They have also renewed their call for transitional arrangements and… Continue reading

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Zimbabwe: Crippling Corruption

Militarisation by the Zimbabwean Government has Caused Culture of Corruption The Zimbabwean government’s militarisation of parastatals and public enterprises has caused a culture of corruption, patronage and looting that is very dysfunctional and detrimental to the Zimbabwean people. Herbert Moyo, an analyst from The Zimbabwe Independent writes that it is critical that there is institutional reform in… Continue reading

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Zimbabwe: Mugabe Turns 90, and Ongoing Problems with Corruption

Mugabe Turns 90 President Robert Mugabe turns 90 tomorrow, and there is still no sign of him retiring any time soon. He has outlived most of his younger siblings and many political foes. He once quipped that he would govern Zimbabwe until he turned 100, and having won a five year term last year, he… Continue reading

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