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2019 Africa Climate Week for Accra, Ghana

How seriously are African countries taking their pledges toward the Paris Agreement on climate change? Climate change and hydro-political interactions in Africa by Payce Madden, brookings.edu This week, diverse stakeholders from the public and private sectors are gathering in Accra for Africa...

Dateline: Nigeria’s ruling party in victory jaunt

Using propaganda and army backed violence Nigeria's ruling party claimed self awarded victory in the 2019 presidential election. A robust opposition PDP has since repudiated the sham and nonsense Election rigging by Nigeria's ruling APC ends in self awarded victory by...

Africa and the politics of homophobia

A surge of rabid religious and political persecution of perceived differences has assumed the new world order for Africa's failed leaders across the continent. Are anti-gay witch hunts really protecting 'African values'? Homophobia, not homosexuality, is a western import to Africa by...

Angola: Fighting corruption, patronage

Ex-president's son remanded on corruption charge AFP News Agency The son of Angola's former president Jose Eduardo dos Santos has been remanded in custody in a $1.5bn corruption case, a state prosecutor said. "Given the complexity and seriousness of the deeds and...

Uganda: Ending Museveni’s tyranny an uphill task?

Bobi Wine and the beginning of the end of Museveni's power by Rosebell Kagumire AL JAZEERA After close to two weeks of tensions in Uganda, a court in the northern town of Gulu granted bail to four opposition legislators including MP Robert...

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, opposition MDC Alliance supporters held a demonstration in and around Harare's central business district, claiming...

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 take effect within 72 hours, raising hopes of a peace deal to end their country's...

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 in power. Abiy made the admission on Monday while addressing lawmakers in Addis Ababa. Ethiopia's Prime Minister...

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 run for another term, easing fears of new violence in the impoverished country after a...

​Last Eight Months Prove United States a Bonafide ‘Regime’

It doesn’t matter who gets elected as president and what they say on the election trail; the policies on the issues that matter remain the same after the inauguration. What the last eight months have proven, to anyone who still had any doubts, is that the US is not a "democracy"
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Vaccines laden with deadly amounts of pathogens were ready well before the coronavirus was released

President Trump is aware of the truth about this “pandemic.” Knowing that one of its aims is economic ruin...
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German Official Leaks Report Denouncing Corona as ‘A Global False Alarm’

The German Government and Mainstream Media are engaged in damage control after a report that revealed evidence that more people are dying because of...

George Floyd: One Black Killing Too Many

Brutality against people of colour has been the foundation of American civilisation but under Trump the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis is one...

The New Francophone “Eco” is a Fluke

France supposedly performs another "CFA" fluke in Francophone Africa seeking to undermine the region with its neo cabal currency of "Eco" as against the...

West Africa and its Crippled Economy

Food crisis may be spiralling across West Africa where curfews, border closures and inhumane regimes exploit the latest pandemic and security challenges to impose...
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