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‘White gold’, distress and anger

Big salt mining companies mostly multinationals have overrun the Keta Lagoon Basin, in South Eastern Ghana, in search of ‘white gold’, driving the artisanal and small scale traditional salt miners out of their livelihoods, communal heritage and resource, the...

African elections: plus ça change

A record seventeen African countries are gearing up for elections from local, legislative to presidential this year after a couple of decades of multi-party democracy on the continent. Is it time to re-look at democratic practice in Africa and...

Africa’s game to lose

Western nations and their institutions continue to caution African countries to be wary of the ‘fire’, the Dragon from the East, China, carries in its ‘belly of promises’ but is that really the case or it is their fear...