Kenyan Election 2022: What next after the Supreme Court verdict?

Democracy in Africa is delighted to announce the fifth joint webinar with the fantastic Institute for Democracy, Citizenship and Public Policy in Africa of...

Angola’s 2022 election: The more things change the more they stay...

Angolans go to the polls on 24 August to vote in parliamentary elections. The leader of the party with the most seats in...

Fact checking claims of rigging in Kenya’s 2022 presidential election +...

Note: this is a copy of @fromagehomme's Twitter thread here. For official fact checking organisations see @AfricaCheck_KE, @BBCFactCheck, @pigafirimbi and @debunkdotmedia. For...

#KenyaDecides2022: Read the Special Issue of the Continent!

Kenya goes to the polls today in its seventh election since the reintroduction of multiparty politics in 2022. To mark the occasion,...

The Game Before The Game: The Ekiti and Osun Gubernatorial Elections...

Nigeria elects a governor every year. This is because several states have seen their leaders removed via judicial processes that are increasingly...

UPCOMING WEBINAR: African MPs: Out of touch elites or put upon...

Democracy in Africa is delighted to announce the fourth joint webinar with the fantastic Institute for Democracy, Citizenship and Public Policy in Africa of...

WATCH! The Kenyan Elections 2022: What happens next?

Watch the third joint webinar of the Institute for Democracy, Citizenship and Public Policy in Africa at the University of Cape Town...

Nigeria’s new Kingmakers

In a country as diverse as Nigeria, few events provide such a clear melting pot of the country’s different groups as a...
Sierra Leone, 2018 elections

The Politics of the Census in Sierra Leone

There have been several instances where successive governments do not trust national data from past governments. Sierra Leone is no different when...

You Can’t Eat the Roads: Chinese Leverage and Democratic Resilience in...

Heading into Zambia’s August 2021 elections, many international observers warned that the country, often held up as an example of resilient multiparty...