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NEWS ANALYSIS As Jacob Zuma’s due date to take the stand at the Zondo commission nears, hope that he would testify has all but been replaced by concern about a political fallout if the deputy chief justice is forced to call for the former president’s arrest for defying another summons. The commission’s anticipation of another...
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COMMENT The Kenyan political system is in crisis. The country’s chief justice, David Maraga, has written to President Uhuru Kenyatta to advise him to dissolve Parliament — a move that would require fresh elections. Why? Because the overwhelmingly male legislature has failed to introduce legislation to bring to life a constitutional clause promoting gender equality...
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Welcome to Opinionated, a new podcast featuring CoinDesk’s leading columnists and contributors. I’m your host, Ben Schiller, CoinDesk’s opinion editor. On this week’s show, we’re joined by Nic Carter, cofounder of Coin Metrics and partner at Castle Island Ventures. Nic discusses this year’s $20 billion surge in USD-backed stablecoins (what he calls “crypto-dollars”) and the...
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In the living room of their Nairobi home, with children’s toys strewn over the floor, Boniface Mwangi’s young daughter asks him: “Where are you going?” As he walks out the door, the award-winning photojournalist, activist and politician tells her: “I’m going to topple the government.” Softie is not exactly what it says on the poster....
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