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Togo’s opposition sues govt over attack on leaders

Protests to end Gnassingbe family dictatorship continue John Eche   The ANC-led opposition in the West African nation of Togo has...

Opposition lawyer gets critical Special Prosecutor job in Ghana

Nomination at instance of Attorney-General By John Eche   A senior opposition lawyer in Ghana and former Attorney-General in the John...

Zimbabwe opposition tackles Mnangagwa on electoral reform

Mnangagwa snubs demands, strengthens pact with military By John Eche   Ahead of the June 2018 presidential elections, the opposition...

Opposition to Buhari: Give up petroleum minister role!

‘Define roles of GMD, NNPC and Minister of State, Petroleum also’ By John Eche   With Nigerians experiencing a very...

Togo: What Olympio’s intervention means for the opposition

Togo prepares for its future   For four months and counting, they have sustained unrelenting protests to end 50 years of a one-family...

Internal inquisition is hurting SA’s opposition party

Concern infighting may provide escape route for embattled president Zuma By Anthony Opara   At a time when it should be vigorously...

Birthday shocker coming for Jacob Zuma!

More protests planned to holds Wednesday as Zuma turns 75 By Anthony Opara   Following in the wake of nationwide protests which...

PDP and the search for credible opposition

By Lukmon Akintola A vibrant civil society can challenge those in power by documenting corruption or uncovering activities like murder of...

Jammeh, opposition clash over political prisoners

By Nsikan Ikpe   The government of President Yahya Jammeh of Gambia and the opposition United Democratic Party (UDP) of Gambia are at...

Tension in Kenya as opposition protests

By Olanrewaju Oyedeji   There is heightened tension in Kenya over plans by the Raila Odinga-led opposition coalition for Reforms and...