Tanzania clamps down, Sudan backs down, and Cameroon uses COVID-19 to crush dissent

Members of Tanzania’s ruling party Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) leave in cars after attending the official launch of the party’s campaign for the October general election, in Dodoma, Tanzania, 29 August 2020, ERICKY BONIPHACE/AFP via Getty Images

#FIFAfrica goes virtual!

Tanzania ramps up clampdown ahead of elections

Cameroon’s broad bans

Sudanese artists still at risk, post the revolution

Gender in focus

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