Politics & Society DispatchesAnthony EganAugust 11, 2017
The no-confidence vote was called by the opposition in Parliament in the wake of overwhelming evidence of the president’s corrupt dealings with the Gupta family.
Politics & Society DispatchesAnthony EganJune 02, 2017
Congo's Ministry of Health has approved the use of an experimental anti-Ebola vaccine to combat the disease. This is a radical step, but one the World Health Organization approves.
Politics & Society DispatchesAnthony EganMay 09, 2017
What should one make of this chaotic month? Is the presidency of Jacob Zuma reaching an endgame?
Politics & Society DispatchesAnthony EganApril 05, 2017
Are Nigerian, Zimbabwean, Pakistani and other immigrants “stealing” jobs from South Africans?
Politics & Society DispatchesAnthony EganFebruary 15, 2017
Apartheid-era mental health care facilities were not great. But at least they weren't lethal.
Politics & Society DispatchesAnthony EganJanuary 13, 2017
Persisting low-level to acute crises throughout southern Africa may make 2017 a year to remember with regret.
Politics & Society Signs Of the TimesAnthony EganNovember 02, 2016
Chaos and intransigence in the universities is matched by absurd criminal charges against a minister of finance who may only be doing his job too well.
DispatchesAnthony EganSeptember 29, 2016
African Jesuits vow to help create a new generation of leaders for the continent.
Signs Of the TimesAnthony EganSeptember 08, 2016
Just when we thought that the Hawks (the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation) had finally got their claws out of South Africa’s Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, they’re back! Conveniently waiting until after the local elections, they have once again subpoenaed Gordhan regarding