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Why coups are no longer fashionable in Africa

OPINION

In previous years, coups were in fashion, and the military had no qualms about their actions.

Why coups are no longer fashionable in Africa

By Babere Kerata Chacha | 1 month ago

Latter-day coup plotters and dictators are Africa's enemies

Latter-day coup plotters and dictators are Africa's enemies

Democracy abhors coups d’état just as it does dictators

Editorial | 1 year ago

World politics and the swing of a pendulum

Will the coup makers go Zimbabwe way; dignified coup, or the Egyptian way to humiliate?

Macharia Munene | 2 years ago

Wetangula arrives safely, declares military coups unacceptable

Foreign Affairs minister Moses Wetangula, who was stranded in Mali after a coup, arrived safely in the country and declared there must never be room for coups in Africa.

| 9 years ago

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