Category: Politics

Guarding Africa’s Revolution: Lessons From China’s Deng Xiaoping

“It matters not whether the cat is black or white, as long as it catches mice.”   Deng Xiaoping Following the appointment of Emerson Mnangagwa as […]

Africa’s Path To Democracy: Lessons From The French Revolution

“A fledgling democracy born out of revolution can be fragile. Its leaders have to learn how to manage the new business of politics, often with […]

Zim Coup: A Reminder Of Gaddafi’s Pan-African Legacy

As events continue to unfold in Zimbabwe, it is ironic how the Elephant in the Room has not been mentioned…The Legacy of Muammar Al Gaddafi’s […]

Zim Coup: Survival Tips From Hugo Chavez

As he stands looking down the cliff’s edge, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is buying time by stretching out the negotiations on his exit terms. This […]