Africa

Gen. Kagame, tied to assassination of President Habyarimana in...

General Museveni with Mbabazi, before chopping his head--politically speaking

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s recent statements proved that he continues to be...

Dec. 29 (GIN) - For a country with less than 3,000 practicing doctors to treat 34.9 million people, Uganda’s decision to send some 300 doctors to Trinidad and Tobago has raised the temperatures of...

Dec. 29 (GIN) – Of the thousands of relentless scribes who dig for a story, dodge bullets, follow paper trails, shine a light in the darkness, some 220 news writers around the world will spend New...

Dec. 29 (GIN) - Simone Gbagbo, wife of Ivory Coast's ex-president Laurent Gbagbo, is facing a court of her peers in Ivory Coast this week. She faces charges of aiding her husband Pres. Laurent...

Mission accomplished for Gen. Sejusa? Whose side is he really on?

[Africa: Commentary]

The mission of United Democratic Ugandans (UDU)...

General Sejusa visits imprisoned aides and other prisoners in Kigo prison

[Op-Ed]

The Chairman of Free Uganda, General David Sejusa, has...

Joseph Kabila -- will he relinquish power at end of term?

[Africa: Commentary]

As 2014 comes to a close, the dominant challenge facing...

Post Museveni -- No fundamental change without dealing with glaring obstacles

[Africa: Commentary]

Do we as Ugandans really want genuine...

On 10.07.2014, CBS aired a five minute news piece titled "...

As Ugandans look beyond the country's worn out dictator Gen. Museveni, columnist raises questions about the new Compact

A 13 page document was adopted at the...

Man with the hat, South Sudan's Kiir -- his country booted from AGOA beneficiaries list

President Barack Obama used his executive powers today to boot two African...

Dec. 22 (GIN) – Despite a low turnout in Liberia’s senate election, poll watchers are already predicting the winners and losers and President Ellen Sirleaf-Johnson appears to be among the losers...

Dec. 22 (GIN) – Tunisians, the first people to launch an “Arab Spring” revolution that ousted a despot, returned to power a member of the ousted regime. They cast ballots on Sunday in the nation’s...

Dec. 22 (GIN) – Spending cuts, pushed by an international lender, “weakened health care systems in the West African region”, leaving the countries “under-funded, insufficiently staffed and poorly...

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