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Rwanda to Carry out Testing Survey of Coronavirus in the Street of Kigali
Rwanda to Carry out Testing Survey of Co...

Rwanda to Carry out Testing Survey of Coronavirus in the Street of Kigali

Rwanda will on Thursday commence a random COVID-19 street testing survey in Kigali and points of entry to ascertain the coronavirus situation in its largest city, a senior health officer revealed on Wednesday. Minister of state for Primary Healthcare Tharcisse Mpunga in a news program of Rwanda... read more »

South Sudan Suspended from African Union over Failure to Pay $9m Membership Debt
South Sudan Suspended from African Union...

South Sudan Suspended from African Union over Failure to Pay $9m Membership...

The African Union (AU) has suspended South Sudan from the continental body over failure to meet up with their financial obligations over a three-year period amounting to over 9 million U.S. dollars. The suspension was confirmed in a letter from South Sudan’s mission to Ethiopia to the country’s... read more »

Leadership in Africa: Patriotism or Greed?
Leadership in Africa: Patriotism or Gree...

Leadership in Africa: Patriotism or Greed?

Africa is home to some of the longest serving national leaders in the world. Prior to the Arab Spring in 2011, Africa had about 8 Presidents among the list of top ten longest serving national leaders in the world. It is however not surprising that up till this moment the continent parades the... read more »

Burundi: Pierre Nkurunziza - Hero or Villain?
Burundi: Pierre Nkurunziza – Hero ...

Burundi: Pierre Nkurunziza – Hero or Villain?

Deceased President of Burundi, Pierre Nkurunziza was duly elected President on 26 August, 2005 at a time when the country was recovering from a decade long civil war which lasted from 1995-2005. His emergence was a popular choice among the Burundians. The Guardian reported that Nkurunziza’s death... read more »

Is Military Coup Imminent in Zimbabwe?
Is Military Coup Imminent in Zimbabwe?

Is Military Coup Imminent in Zimbabwe?

Zimbabwe’s Home affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe has rebuffed rumours of a coup d’etat being hatched. He made the address on behalf of the Working National Security Council at Munhumutapa building, Harare. The council reiterated the commitment of the country’s armed forces which they... read more »

George Floyd Killing – African Implications Of Continued Hatred Of Black Bodies

George Floyd Killing – African Implications Of Continued Hatred Of Black Bodies

5th June 2020   The agonizing killing of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 in open view of the world by a White police officer assisted by 3 other non-Black officers, one of them Oriental,... read more »

Develop Good Networking Skills, GenCed advises Female Politicians

Develop Good Networking Skills, GenCed advises Female Politicians

In an effort to boost women’s leadership and political participation in Africa, the Executive Director, Gender Centre for Empowerment Development (GenCed), Miss Esther Tawiah has... read more »

Africa’s Corruption – A Case Of Warped Europhilia

Africa’s Corruption – A Case Of Warped Europhilia

26th January 2020 We need an answer to give African children and young people when they ask us, “Why is there so much stealing going on?” and “Why do our civil servants and... read more »

Kwanzaa – Our Tool to Push Away the Looming Darkness

Kwanzaa – Our Tool to Push Away the Looming Darkness

24th December 2019 When explorers, missionaries and historians described Africa as the “Dark Continent” we condemned them as being antinubianists (Antinubianism is racism specifically... read more »

Opinion: The White Man's Ice Cream Is Better than the Black Man's - A Preference for All Things Foreign

Opinion: The White Man’s Ice Cream Is Better than the Black...

26th September 2019 This is a worldwide phenomenon. Black people seem happiest when we give over our money to someone who is not from our own community. I will give an illustration from an article by... read more »