Polls and pessimism: outlook for Africa in 2022

It looks like more of the same for Africa in 2022, as long-running conflicts drag on, post-coup transitions are delayed and the continent gets set for some fraught elections

2022-01-17 01:23:00 PM

It looks like more of the same for Africa in 2022, as long-running conflicts drag on, post-coup transitions are delayed and the continent gets set for some fraught elections.

It looks like more of the same for Africa in 2022, as long-running conflicts drag on, post-coup transitions are delayed and the continent gets set for some fraught elections

Carien du PlessisPolitical predictions for 2022 in Africa tend towards pessimism, with the political upheavals of the past few years and the side-effects of the Covid lockdowns continuing into the new year.Unconstitutional changes of government in Sudan, Mali, Guinea and Chad have yet to be resolved, while a year-long conflict continues in Ethiopia, the seat of the AU...

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Polls and pessimism: outlook for Africa in 2022It looks like more of the same for Africa in 2022, as long-running conflicts drag on, post-coup transitions are delayed and the continent gets set for some fraught elections.

Polls and pessimism: outlook for Africa in 2022It looks like more of the same for Africa in 2022, as long-running conflicts drag on, post-coup transitions are delayed and the continent gets set for some fraught elections.

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13 January 2022 - 05:00 Carien du Plessis Political predictions for 2022 in Africa tend towards pessimism, with the political upheavals of the past few years and the side-effects of the Covid lockdowns continuing into the new year.13 January 2022 - 05:00 Carien du Plessis Political predictions for 2022 in Africa tend towards pessimism, with the political upheavals of the past few years and the side-effects of the Covid lockdowns continuing into the new year.13 January 2022 - 05:00 Carien du Plessis Political predictions for 2022 in Africa tend towards pessimism, with the political upheavals of the past few years and the side-effects of the Covid lockdowns continuing into the new year.In a still-weak, albeit improved economy with rising interest rates, property market fireworks don’t appear to be on the cards this year, he said.

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