Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Justice Kpegah Schools Nana Addo & Frank Davies

Justice Kpegah’s motion pleads the High Court to declare that the name Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is not on the latest edition of the Roll of Lawyers in Ghana from 1877 to February, 1997 and also a declaration be made on the defendant who once served as Attorney General and Minister for Justice, as not entitled to practice law in Ghana.

A Psychoanalysis of US Foreign Policy

Could a people who believed they were exceptional, a chosen race cohabit with a welcoming people and merge into one nation, one people as had been done across the vast expanses of the flow of history?

Mugabe Plots ‘Bedroom Coup’ As He Prepares His Wife For Presidency

Zimbabwe’s state media has turned on the country’s vice-president as Robert Mugabe prepares a “bedroom coup” by lining up his wife, Grace, as his...

Zimbabwe’s ZANU-PF Elects Grace Mugabe and President To Lead The Party

Zimbabwe's ruling party ZANU-PF has confirmed the wife of President Robert Mugabe as the head of its women's wing, giving her a seat at...

Can African Art Still Shock? Negotiating African Art With Chris Ofili

Mr. Ofili Born in Manchester on October 10, 1968 Uses blaxploitation films and gangsta rap references to question racial & sexual stereotypes in a humorous way. Studied...

Burkina Faso Vows To Identify Remains Of Folk Hero Sankara

Burkina Faso's new transitional president has promised to open an investigation to identify remains believed to be those of the nation's revolutionary hero, Thomas...

Burkina Faso President Still Defiant Amidst Protests

Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore says he will stay in power for a year under a transitional government, following a day of violent protests...

State Of Government In Burkina Faso Remain Unclear

It remains unclear who controls the Burkina Faso government amid increasing unrest in the country's capital. Rallies broke out this week over a constitutional...

Burkina Faso Protest Presidential Term Extension

Following days of street clashes, protesters in Burkina Faso have forced the police to withdraw from the parliament building in Ouagadougou. The state television...

Ebola Neglected Because It Started In Africa – Kofi Annan

Wealthy countries were exceedingly slow to contribute their quota towards containing the Ebola epidemic as it began in three West African States, former United...