Corruption is always in the global spotlight. Just last week, Sierra Leone’s Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) postponed a hearing by former president Ernest Koroma over findings into alleged corruption during his tenure after Koroma’s supporters gathered outside his residence to stop officials from questioning him. In South Africa, anti-corruption protests led by the labor movement have happened in recent weeks. To be sure, corruption is a serious problem– but is anti-corruption a serious politics?
This week on AIAC Talk we have contributing editors Benjamin Fogel and Wangui Kimari. […] Joining us then in the second half of the show to discuss Tanzania’s electoral politics are Sabatho Nyamsenda and Elisa Greco.