Protracted negotiations about a minimum wage for workers in Nigeria put the country's unions where they belong: in front of the struggle for poor people.
On International Workers’ Day, we provide a sweeping assessment of the strengths, weaknesses and potential of African trade unions.
Uber’s usual tricks -- to provoke price wars in an attempt to increase their share of markets, evade taxes, and undermine workers’ rights -- are alive and well in Africa.
The world’s most extensive humanitarian crises is currently playing out in northeastern Nigeria and around Lake
Why do so many African leaders overstay their welcome or break electoral rules? In the recent elections in
On Sunday there were no reports of teargas, arrests and beating of democracy activists in Swaziland.
Revisiting Nigeria's democracy movement of the 1990s--not just that of the Abiola family but also of women in that struggle.