Africa

Gen. Museveni, one step ahead of fired Prime Minister Mbabazi, on his left

Discussions on the sacking of Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi in Uganda press...

Sep. 22 (GIN) – On the heels of the Ray Rice scandal in the U.S., a new report by the accounting firm KPMG says that violence against women in South Africa costs the country between $2 and $4...

Sep. 22 (GIN) – Pits in the ground from mining, forests stripped of trees, and water poisoned by toxic materials are among the lesser known culprits in the current outbreak of the deadly Ebola...

Sep. 22 (GIN) – New York streets were overflowing on Sunday with hand-made posters, buttons, baby carriages, bicycles, musical bands and nearly 400,000 marchers demanding an end to the...

Sep. 15 (GIN) –Between $100- and $180 million have been committed to the fight against the Ebola virus in West Africa – an amount considered way too little and reaching the needy way too slowly....

Sep. 15 (GIN) – About 500 refugees are feared dead after their vessel was rammed by traffickers in icy Mediterranean waters, according to two Palestinians who survived the ordeal.

The boat...

Sep. 15 (GIN) – The upset decision by Judge Thokozile Masipa that found Olympian Oscar Pistorius not guilty for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp stunned South Africans who had been...

Heil! Ugandan dictator Museveni -- combined with political woes since independence, his 28 years dictatorship has heightened talk of Buganda secession

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Healthcare workers in West Africa are challenged

As of this writing, the death toll from the worst Ebola outbreak in Africa stands at over 2,000 with Liberia the...

Author believes collective leadership can block tyranny after demise of Gen. Museveni, Uganda's dictator of 28 years

Uganda is slightly over fifty years old since...

 

[Commentary]

The Leadership of the United African Congress and Give Them A Hand Foundation have cared and been counted. The  Ambassadors of the Republic of Guinea...

Sep. 8 (GIN) – A U.S. drone war on the insurgency in Somalia has overlooked the war on women – specifically the abuse, rapes and attacks on women and girls by AMISOM - the African Union Mission in...

Sep. 8 (GIN) – A blizzard of brickbats, insults and other aspersions aimed at South Africa’s Public Protector assigned to investigate the taxpayer-financed country estate of President Jacob Zuma,...

Sep. 8 (GIN) – Angola’s crude oil is proving sweet to U.S. buyers who are snapping it up as fast as they are dropping purchases from Nigeria, according to data released by the U.S. Energy...

Sep. 8 (GIN) – Environmental activists at Greenpeace Africa have launched a global campaign to block efforts by Eskom, South Africa’s public power utility, to release more polluting coal dust in...

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