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Did the Death of a Mississippi Mayor End a Great Experiment in African American Liberation? By Nathan Schneider

The memorial service for Mayor Chokwe Lumumba, who died on February 25, 2014. Lumumba spent 40 years working as an attorney and...

Experts warn Nyiragongo showing signs of imminent eruption as govt urges calm By: KAYIRANGA MASSAI

Nyiragongo volcano last erupted in 2002, causing havoc. (Net photo) Rwanda Red Cross has warned of a possible Nyiragongo volcano eruption...

Panama Papers: how journalists walked the walk as politicians by Paul Lashmar

Thanks to investigative reporters, whistleblowers and international media collaboration, the issue of tax havens is being brought to the fore. Overlooking Panama...

Why The Next U.S. President Should Forge Stronger Ties with Africa By Raevyn Goates

For the seven years or so that he’s been in office, U.S. President, Barack Obama has focused on the African continent. This is something...

How an underground hip hop artist and his book club threaten Angola’s regime By Phil Wilmot

Angolan rapper Luaty Beirão, also known as Ikonoklasta. (Facebook / Luaty Beirão) On Monday, 17 Angolan activists received sentences ranging from two to...

Gen. Malong is not Jump-over bull sacrifice for Dr. Machar returns to Juba By Ater Garang Ariath

Upon unnecessary delayed of our first ever designated Compromise Peace Agreement, First Vice President Dr. Riek Machar Teny return to Juba, I have observed...

Pastoralism – A challenge to Africa’s security

By Maureen Chigbo*, Realnews Magazine Online Agriculture has contributed much to economic growth, food security and peace in many African countries. Both crop and...

When guns become sophisticated weapons

A complex network of armed groups makes Africa’s quest to end all wars by 2020 even more difficult, says Bernard Otabil* There is this...

Prof. Tim Murithi: Africa needs regional reconciliation processes

  IPSS Indaba Series with Prof. Tim Murithi On 29 March, Professor Tim Murithi, Head of the Justice and Reconciliation in Africa Programme...

Africa proves that wealthy countries can be failed democracies too By Pippa Norris, Harvard University

            Africans recently went to the polls in Benin, Cape Verde, the Republic of Congo, Niger and Zanzibar. ...

Rest in Power Toussaint L’Ouverture: Saluting Haiti’s Triumph against Colonialism By Richard Sudan

7 Apr 2016 – April 7th marks the passing of one of the greatest, most revered and most important figures of African and world history,...

Australia: The Dirty Secret of Utopia

John Pilger – Russia Today 10 Apr 2016 – I had a call from Rosalie Kunoth-Monks the other day. Rosalie is an elder of the...

Remembering Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising By Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate

When the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, the Irish military, government members and many Irish people gathered in Dublin, on Easter Sunday (27...

Is the war against drugs a war against women? By Judi Gitau

In almost every nation, punitive drug policies have the greatest impact on women who are already coping with poverty and social neglect, histories of...

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