Politics & Society DispatchesAnthony EganAugust 23, 2017
Two elections this month in eastern and central Africa—in Kenya and Rwanda—have brought out tensions and contradictions in the continent’s democratic process.
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.