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South Sudan’s Chief Justice, Chan Reec Madut, has been implicated in serious corruption allegations since independence. Some relate to the recruitment process within the judiciary. Others relate to overstepping the bounds of his judicial role by encroaching on the executive’s …Continue reading
Last year, Tigray’s leaders underestimated their weaknesses. The region’s security forces were swept away in the conventional conflict and largely unprepared to shift to guerrilla warfare after Mekelle was captured on 28 November.
Even the grassroots party-state apparatus has vanished. …Continue reading
Living in a country where only 7% of the population are graduates, it is embarrassing for a government to admit that they cannot help further educate and empower the rest of the population.
When a product is increasingly inaccessible and …Continue reading
The dire humanitarian situation continues to escalate in Tigray, putting 4.5m people on the brink of starvation. In order to tackle the enormous humanitarian needs, the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken demanded a cessation of hostilities and the immediate…
All of us who enjoy the freedom of the internet and all social media are in for a surprise if the draft regulations published by the Minister of Communications, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, aptly dubbed the ‘Internet Censorship Act,’ come into play. …Continue reading
Is the lockdown lawful? This increasingly important question, in both South Africa and abroad, can be addressed by the work of Lord Bingham who was Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales. Shortly before his death, realising the phrase Rule …Continue reading