Chamisa mourns long-time opposition legislator Zwizwai

Zwizwai was a founding member of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) and a senior official in the united CCC.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 2, 2024

SA polls: The fall of the ANC

The economy is a wreck, but the resources are still there. The schools are atrocious, but enough children succeed to make it one of the better educated countries in Africa.
By Gwynne Dyer May. 17, 2024

Spotlight on South Africa’s democracy

“For South African citizens, however, the equation has evolved in a totally different way.
By Emmanuel Koro May. 10, 2024

Gurira amplifies voices of vulnerable women

Gurira urged the UN Security Council and member States to acknowledge women, survivors and to specifically shine a light on people of Africa in particular, to fight impunity.
By Sharon Zebra May. 1, 2024

Former ZNA captain relieves Gukurahundi atrocities

Five months were suspended on condition he restituted Mazibuko US$2 500, leaving him with an effective 65 months to serve.
By Silas Nkala Apr. 30, 2024

Letter from America: Black support for Genocide Joe and Democrats is suicidal!

Biden’s policies at home and abroad, are nothing but disastrous to African Americans.
By Kenneth Mufuka Apr. 28, 2024

China Impacting Regional Stability And Autonomy Of Maldives

Since assuming office in November of the previous year, President Muizzu, who is viewed as having pro-China inclinations, had requested India to withdraw its troops from Maldives.
By The Singapore Post Apr. 18, 2024

Wagner Group is the best solution to restore security in the DRC

The Blue Helmets proved so ineffective that the Congolese government announced their withdrawal in January 2024.
By Séraphin Ekane Apr. 17, 2024

Strengthening Parliament’s role in public finance management in Africa

This suggests that a key element of a contemporary democratic system is parliamentary oversight of public spending.
By Artwell Dzobo Apr. 5, 2024