Ron Singer has taught for thirty years at Friends Seminary, a Quaker school in New York City. He has written a number of articles concerning African and Nigerian politics.
The African Regent Hotel: culture and corruption in Ghana and Nigeria
There are contentious circumstances surrounding the building of a luxury hotel. These circumstances raise questions...
Up from the Free State: Puleng Motsoeneng and Ntataise
This is the story of Pulen Motsoeneng a South African woman who not only managed to recover from the devastating...
Who cares about Ethiopian democracy?
With a wave of democratic revolutions sweeping the region, how eager is the Ethiopian populace to follow suit? The...
How free is the free press in Kenya?
Kenya’s press freedom credentials are among the best in Africa, making the country a beacon for beleaguered...
Nigerian futures: interview with Wole Soyinka
The state of Nigerian democracy