Sunday, February 25, 2018

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...

A World Caught Between Two Extremes – President Kagame

President Paul Kagame has called for respect and tolerance for human diversity in light of continued terrorist attacks around the world. The renowned President...

New African Union President, Robert Mugabe, A Good Choice

The new chairman of the African Union, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, is the continent's oldest leader -- and one of its most celebrated post-colonial...

Between Saving the Economy and Winning Elections – Joyce Banda

By Jimmy Kainja: Jimmy Kainja’s is a longstanding social & political analyst of Malawi & sub-Saharan Africa. You can follow his personal blog at Spirit of muntu and on twitter @jkainja.

What The US Would Do For Power

Declassified US records reveal the nation's intelligence chiefs used hundreds of Nazis as spies and informants after World War Two. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officials...

97 Soldiers Face Charges In Nigeria

ABUJA, Nigeria — A court-martial panel on Thursday began hearing charges against 97 soldiers, including 16 officers, accused of mutiny, assault, cowardice and refusing...

Looming Genocide Over the Gambia

From the Manifesto of the People TIMBUKTU -- In the run-up to and during the Rwanda Genocide, elements in the Hutu-led government including the military, the...

Merge The ICC with The UN Security Council

KEMBUJE -- There has been a lot of focus on the International Criminal Court (ICC). Most of which is unfavorable especially from the African...

The Venal Illusion of Independence: Ghana vs. Gandhi 

KUMASI—A statue of an Indian independence leader, Mahatma Gandhi, was unveiled at the University of Ghana in June by the Indian president, Pranab Mukherjee,...

African Food Security, Cheap Talk, Do Something

President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo is right when he puts it quite bluntly that it is about time the African continent takes control of her development - both agricultural and economic - and desist from being constantly influenced and bribed by the monopoly of the world market, the World Bank and the IMF.