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Corruption Returns with a Vengence in Ghana
September 14, 2017
Director Joseph Siew Agyepoing of the Jospong Group of companies has vigorously denied the Joy News findings of inflated contracts, calling them “grossly misleading and unfortunate to say the least” and demanding a retraction. ... read more »
Thousands March For Change In TOGO and An End To Dynasty Rule
September 13, 2017
Gnassingbe’s offer to reintroduce a two-term limit was welcome, he said. But the opposition has rejected it because it would enable him to stay in power until 2030. ... read more »
U.S.-Based Kenyan Scholars Spar Over Election Outcome
September 12, 2017
In a speech given in English, Mr Kenyatta called for the decision to be respected. But in comments to supporters made in Swahili, he denounced the judges as “wakora” (crooks) and claimed that their decision was the work of “whites” and “homosexuals”. ... read more »
What Happened to the Missing Burundi Teens?
September 7, 2017
Missing Burundi Teens Highlight Media Blind Spot towards the Black Community ... read more »
Kenyans Set for Rematch on Flawed Polls
September 6, 2017
Odinga had petitioned the court to overturn the result, claiming the electoral system was rigged in Kenyatta’s favor. ... read more »
Tanzania Greenlights Hydrolelctric Plant In World Heritage Game Reserve
September 5, 2017
The Energy and Minerals Ministry said it expected construction of the power plant to be completed within three years. ... read more »
African’s Floods Largely Unnoticed Despite Higher Death Toll
September 5, 2017
In addition to thousands of homes, local markets and government offices were badly affected by the flood, according to the state emergency agency. ... read more »
Nigerian Leader, Ending 3 Month Hospital Stay, Returns with Fiery Speech
August 23, 2017
The separatists were “daring to question our collective existence as a nation. This is a step too far.” ... read more »
Leaders Come Under Fire As Death Toll From Mudslide Tops 600
August 23, 2017
This week, a report by the authoritative Amnesty International was released, backing his concerns. ... read more »
Mudslide, Flooding Hits Kabila’s Congo, Uhuru’s Kenya, Maguful’s Tanzania
August 22, 2017
Heavy and steady torrential downpours have many areas under water, leaving at least nine people dead. ... read more »
President Kenyatta Retakes Seat By Wide Margin As Loser Cries ‘Foul’
August 15, 2017
Then there was candidate Simon Muturi, 24, who campaigned on his bicycle, and John Paul Mwirigi, 23, who campaigned on foot and defeated the ruling party’s candidate. ... read more »
Is Clinton-Era Trade Bill For Africa Next For The Trump Hatchet?
August 15, 2017
The Trump administration can’t seem to find an existing trade or aid bill for Africa that it likes enough to renew. ... read more »
Hundreds Feared Dead In Sierra Leone Mudslide Linked To Climate Change
August 15, 2017
A fast-moving wall of mud, loosened by heavy overnight rains, has buried over 300 Sierra Leoneans, many of them sleeping children, during a torrential downpour early Monday. The deluge was foreseen by climate change experts. ... read more »
Black Alliance for Just Immigration Convenes the First-Ever Black-led Border Delegation in the U.S.
August 10, 2017
Recently, the Black Alliance for Just Immigration convened the first-ever Black-led delegation and strategy meeting at the U.S.-Mexico border. ... read more »
French Court Sides With Migrants,Ordering Restart Of Humanitarian Aid
August 1, 2017
The court ordered the French government to immediately renew emergency aid to the desperate refugees sheltering at the infamous “Jungle” camp. ... read more »
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