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Mnangagwa’s victory and Zimbabwe’s democracy

by Tafi Mhaka   On August 1, following the announcement of the parliamentary election results in Zimbabwe, which saw Emmerson Mnangagwa's ZANU-PF winning a clear majority,...

The world ignores Ambazonian refugees

Cameroonians fleeing unrest hide in the forest with little help Reuters News Agency UN says people fleeing unrest in western Cameroon have received little aid as...

The making of West Africa Leaks

Inside the biggest media collaboration in the region's history, exposing the offshore dealings of the rich and powerful. West Africa Leaks is an investigative series...

Taking down the shadow government

David Wilcock routinely collaborates and aligns with other whistleblowers such as Corey Goode, Emery Smith, William Tompkins, David Seaman and Jerome Corsi. David's posts are...

Peace rises for people of South Sudan

South Sudan rivals agree to 'permanent' ceasefire AL JAZEERA South Sudan President Salva Kiir and his rival Riek Machar have agreed to a "permanent" ceasefire to...

Learn Writing – Start the Practice!

Learn from the author of Gamji College and The Visitor - Chin Ce: poet, novelist, essayist, editor, researcher and writer for the new galactic humanity teaches that the...

Ethiopia: A true leader stands for the people

Ethiopia new prime minister admits that security agencies committed 'terrorist acts' AL JAZEERA Abiy Ahmed said security institutions tortured citizens in order for government to remain...

Burundi: Will Nkurunziza step down in 2020?

Burundi's Pierre Nkurunziza says he will step down in 2020 by Evrard Ngendakumana/ Reuters] Burundi's long-serving President Pierre Nkurunziza announced on Thursday that he would not...

Nigeria: Boycott of 2019 elections is imminent

From 1960 till date, only President Muhammadu Buhari has been audacious to pick only people who are either his relations or of the same ethnic stock with him to lead the electoral body

Nigerian military guilty of crimes against humanity

Women said the sexual exploitation follows an organised system, with soldiers openly coming into the camp for sex and Civilian JTF members choosing the "very beautiful” women and girls to take to the soldiers
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