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Trump’s Bumbling Belligerence Is More of the Same. Adekeye Adebajo. Business Day (South Africa), 2 October 2017.
The Continued Struggles for Women’s Equality in South Africa. Tsitsidzashe Bvute. The Star, 13 September 2017.
Alchemists of AU Reform. Adekeye Adebajo. Business Day, 4 September 2017.
Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s Enduring Legacy. Adekeye Adebajo. Sunday Independent (South Africa), 27 August 2017; The Guardian (Nigeria), 23 August 2017.
The President and the Playwright. Adekeye Adebajo. The Guardian (Nigeria) and Business Day (South Africa), 21 August 2017.
The G20: Sound and Fury in Hamburg. Adekeye Adebajo. Business Day, 10 July 2017.
The dilemmas of building Africa’s ebony towers. Odilile Ayodele. Sunday Independent, 9 July 2017.
ANC woolly and chaotic on foreign policy
Adekeye Adebajo assesses an International Relations discussion document due to be tabled at the ANC policy conference on 1-7 July. Business Day, 26 June 2017.
African scourge of presidential paralysis. Adekeye Adebajo, Business Day, 29 May 2017.
Nollywood as a Pan-African cultural phenomenon. Adekeye Adebajo. The Star, Africa Day, 25 May 2017.
Thabo Mbeki’s xenophobia denialism. Adekeye Adebajo. Sunday Independent (South Africa), 30 April 2017.
Decolonising South Africa’s Ivory Towers. Adekeye Adebajo. Business Day, 3 April 2017.
Jammeh’s ousting seen as ray of hope for Africa. Westen K Shilaho. The Star, 3 February 2017