Africa

Harvard University President Drew Faust

[Open Letter]

 

VIA REGULAR MAIL AND OPEN LETTER

Frederick M. Lawrence...

May 28 (GIN) – President Joyce Banda’s legacy may be cut short if a court fails to uphold her annulment of last week’s poll and schedule a new election in 90 days.

Banda, the second woman...

May 28 (GIN) – Almost a month after more than 200 boarding school girls were kidnapped by a militia group dressed as soldiers, a top Nigerian officer claimed to know exactly where the girls were...

May 27 (GIN) – Students and police clashed in the capital city of the West African nation of Niger this week over essential stipends held up by a school official. Police threw tear gas bombs at...

May 28 (GIN) – Legendary poetess Maya Angelou was renowned in Africa much as she was beloved in the country of her birth.

Comments on the website of the Mail&Guardian newspaper were...

Museveni in 1979 when he seized power; like Idi Amin he too promised a short stay

The severity of economic, social and environmental problems under Uganda's failed...

A gathering of African leaders -- time to change the script to pro-Africa vision

[African Perspectives]

Global and African elite have just...

Coordinator, Dr. Rudasingwa

 

Statement By Rwanda National Congress (RNC); Rwanda Opposition Party In Diaspora.

Elections For The...

Nigerian writer reminds Gen. Museveni that the U.S. is hunting for Joseph Kony, shown here, for him

Lately, it has been a field day for eastern and Southern...

After 28 years of tyranny how longer will Ugandans tolerate Gen. Museveni

[Justice In Africa]

Dr. Vincent Magombe, the Ugandan...

 

President Zuma

President Obama called South African President Jacob Zuma today to congratulate him on his re-election -- the African National Congress’s fifth successful...

Nabukenya -- victorious

Congratulations to Brenda Nabukenya – You have done the country Good.

Freedom and Unity Front congratulates Hon. Brenda...

Photo credit: William Farrington

 

African Women Finding Their Voice In The Struggle for Social Justice

An all-women’s panel at the Left...

May 19 (GIN) – A ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court may decide the final resting place for Ndazana Nathaniel Nakasa, a South African short story writer, now buried in Ferndale Cemetery, Queens, NY...

May 19 (GIN) – Abiding by Senegalese law, a 10 year old girl was compelled to complete her pregnancy despite having little knowledge of the ‘facts of life.’

The girl, who just turned 11,...

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