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This week’s highlights from African Arguments.

Liberté, Egalité, Impunité

Billy Burton

Cameroon’s courting of Russian support has left France on the back foot.

Uganda: Is co-opting the opposition shrewd politics or a desperate ploy?

Michael Mutyaba

Uganda’s oldest opposition party is now allied to President Museveni’s NRM.

Zimbabwe struggles to provide mental health support amid rising demand

Linda Mujuru

As people abandon traditional beliefs, more are seeking mental health services, overwhelming an already underfunded and understaffed system.

What to expect from the Africa Super League

Chuka Onwumechili

What are the pros and cons of the new proposed competition?

How useful is aid to Africa?

Nick Westcott

Mills’ latest book calls for donors to focus on democracies, but electoral systems can be as susceptible to corruption as autocracies.

Angola votes on 24 August. Here is some important reading from the lead-up to the elections.

Angola’s regime pushes back against a growing and united opposition

Ahead of August elections, the MPLA is turning to old tricks in the face of rising discontentment and a popular opposition leader.

Angola’s regime is scared

With opposition and discontent growing ahead of the August elections, the security state may be more active and dangerous than ever.

How power in Angola is wielded by one man

With opposition and discontent growing ahead of the August elections, the security state may be more active and dangerous than ever.

Debating Ideas is a separate section for debates and engagements flowing from the African Arguments books series.

Most read articles on African Arguments this week:

1) Liberté, Egalité, Impunité

2) Uganda: Is co-opting the opposition shrewd politics or a desperate ploy?

3) Three reasons ethnicity will count for less in Kenya’s upcoming vote

4) What will it take for monthly rent payment to work in Nigeria?

5) Fortress conservation is heading for a crisis that can’t come soon enough

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