Ayesha Kajee

Ayesha Kajee

South Africa

Even if Zuma goes, South Africa will remain divided

For a better future, South Africans need to unite across class, race and party political lines.

Even if Zuma goes, South Africa will remain divided

War & Conflict

An attack on Ivory Coast was inevitable

Ivory Coast has been a target since it became France's regional base for countering terrorism in the Sahel.

An attack on Ivory Coast was inevitable

Politics

Bashir and the double standard of international justice

The lack of political will within the AU is probably due to the fear of leaders' own skeletons being exposed.

Bashir and the double standard of international justice

War & Conflict

End 'third term-ism' in Africa

Burundians' call for leadership change may reflect a burgeoning 'African Spring'.

End 'third term-ism' in Africa

Human Rights

Leave or die: Choice facing immigrants to South Africa

Jacob Zuma's mealy-mouthed language and qualified statements have done little to curb the madness.

Leave or die: Choice facing immigrants to South Africa

Politics

Will Buhari honour his promises?

This may well be the first Nigerian election where issues trump allegiances.

Will Buhari honour his promises?

Al-Shabab

Muslims feel under siege in Kenya

Young Kenyan Muslims must be given alternatives beyond a life of relative deprivation or a false dre

Muslims feel under siege in Kenya

Politics

Bashir's calculated diplomatic dance

Sudan's Bashir has been careful to travel only to countries that are not ICC members.

Bashir's calculated diplomatic dance

Politics

The game-changing election for Africa

The election in Mozambique exposed the divide between rich and poor thanks to a more connected society.

The game-changing election for Africa