Martin Plaut is a fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London. With Paul Holden, he is the author of Who Rules South Africa?

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Voices
17 September 2013
A campaign that propelled him into international acclaim.
Voices
03 September 2013
A new deal has recognised Jubaland.
Voices
21 August 2013
The decision of the 14 countries of the Caribbean to engage British lawyers to seek reparations from three European...
Voices
16 August 2013
Since 1945, we almost never have been.
International Politics
05 August 2013
A relentless tax collection campaign.
Voices
29 July 2013
Can it still carry out its responsibilities?
Voices
22 June 2013
Coming in from the political cold will be no easy task.
Voices
11 June 2013
Water security at stake.
Voices
06 June 2013
The British are certainly in the dock today, but so are the Kenyan authorities.
Voices
25 May 2013
But the continent's people deserve so much more.
Voices
23 April 2013
  Today, Julius Malema appears in court. Today the once-feared former ANC youth leader cuts a sorry figure....
Voices
04 April 2013
Reconciliation, understanding and harmony.
Voices
07 March 2013
  Khadija Shireh is as upset as she is angry. “What does the BBC give our community?” she asks. The...
Voices
12 February 2013
South African police, co-operating with their Brazilian counterparts, are attempting to end a cocaine smuggle operation...
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30 January 2013
David Cameron’s visit to Algeria is the first since that country won its independence from France 51 years ago....

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