August 22

  • Namibia: "My Koek Is Moeg" Has a Rerun At NTN [column]

    New Era

    Although it is not for the first that My Koek is Moeg, a play by Brumelda English is featuring at the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN), this time the play returned on Tuesday... Read more »

  • Nigeria: When President Obama Stepped Into Anikulapo Kuti's Shoes [opinion]

    Guardian

    Seventeen swift years have gone since August 2, 1997 when Fela Kuti, a bold and courageous musical prophet, departed this earth. In this tribute, BAYO DARAMOLA reports on the high... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Oshisada - Our Budding Democracy in Action [opinion]

    Guardian

    NOW that the elections are over, there is a lull in campaigns. In Ekiti State, there is a swing of the pendulum from Kayode Fayemi's All Progressives Congress (APC) to Ayo Fayose's... Read more »

  • West Africa: Ebola and the African Health Care Worker [opinion]

    Namibian

    NOW WE know that epidemic diseases, such as Ebola and Aids, are democratic but treatment is not. Read more »

  • Namibia: Law Urgently Needed On Use of Public Funds [opinion]

    Namibian

    SUPPLY Chain Management (SCM) or procurement is a vast professional discipline, which has made global strides for a few decades now, but is generally unappreciated and seen as a... Read more »

  • Namibia: Rambler - Stop Abusing the Bible [opinion]

    Namibian

    Of all the things member of Parliament Lucia Witbooi could do, she decided to quote the Bible during a debate in that supposed august house. Yes, the Bible! And nogal waaaay out of... Read more »

  • Namibia: Swanu Is Socialist [opinion]

    Namibian

    THE "Letter of the Week" that was authored by S McCarthy and published in The Namibian, on 01 August 2014 under the title "Swanu manifesto is not socialist" is noted. Read more »

  • Nigeria: National Emergency on Education Now! [opinion]

    Guardian

    THE crisis rocking Nigeria's education sector manifested again in this year's May/June 2014 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results, released a few days... Read more »

  • Nigeria: From Poole, Succour for Family of Missing Chibok Girls [opinion]

    Guardian

    MUSIC is more than just a sound; it's beyond the beat and the lyrics you hear. Music is not about who's singing or playing, it's about the message being sung and the impact the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'Festivals Are Cultural Central Banks of a Country's Knowledge Industry' [opinion]

    Guardian

    IT was not sheer coincidence that the Nigerian Oral Literature Association (NOLA) decided to hold its 3rd international annual conference in Benin City last week. Read more »

  • Kenya: Tripartite Free Trade Area - Any Threat to Kenya From SA? [opinion]

    Capital FM

    The tripartite negotiations currently ongoing will open new markets for Kenyan goods in the whole of EAC, COMESA and SADC region but how can Kenya respond to the threat of South... Read more »

  • Kenya: Gagging of Bloggers and Policing Ideas [opinion]

    The Star

    In recent days, questions have been raised concerning blogging and bloggers or the blogging communit, its place in effecting the basic tenets of peoples' interaction, information... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Masterly Inspiration Uncovers Olumide's Relief Sculpture of Treasure [opinion]

    Guardian

    WHEN a young artist replicates the signature of a master to the point of identical aesthetics, it may turn out a good gamble as Morenikeji Olumide attempts in a combined sculpture... Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenya Should Lead the Way With GMOs [opinion]

    The Star

    Kenya's ban on imports of genetically modified crops reflects a troubling trend in a country traditionally seen as an agricultural innovator. The move also represents a giant leap... Read more »

  • Nigeria: The Woman Who Saved the Country [opinion]

    This Day

    If you ask the little kid nearby about his ambition, you'll perhaps have an idea of what he's about to say. He'll likely mention to you that he wants to become a doctor before he... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Do We Have a Leadership Crisis? [opinion]

    The Herald

    WHEN I wrote an article titled, "I am happy Mubaiwa lost", I received mixed reactions from people. My relationship with the Dynamos leadership was strained with some of the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Reprimand Errant Ministers [column]

    The Herald

    Mr Speaker Sir Read more »

  • Uganda: Byandala Tells Same Old Story [opinion]

    Observer

    Works and Transport minister Abraham Byandala gave an unusually revealing interview to The Observer on Wednesday, but one which repeated an old story. Read more »

  • Uganda: Byandala Should Own Up and Stop Maligning Others [opinion]

    Observer

    I have read the contents of an interview of my colleague, Honourable Abraham Byandala, the Works minister, in The Observer of August 20, 2014. Read more »

  • Uganda: Aware of Our Limitations, We're Working Around Them [opinion]

    Observer

    I write in response to an article in The Observer of August 15 titled, Good agenda aside, NGOs have clear limitations, by Moses Khisa. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Marginalization of Men in Anambra North [opinion]

    Vanguard

    DEspite the historical confirmation of the power of women over men, you now wonder why women all over the world go around screaming male dominance and marginalization. They went to... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Ilevbare - Hypocrisy of America's Experimental Ebola Drug [opinion]

    Guardian

    THESE days, nothing strikes a bout of panic and paranoia than the thought of Ebola Virus Disease. It's been decades since a disease or calamity of such proportions threatened our... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Good Crop, Bad Crop [opinion]

    New Times

    NAIROBI - Kenya's ban on imports of genetically modified (GM) crops reflects a troubling trend in a country traditionally seen as an agricultural innovator. The move also... Read more »



August 21

  • Liberia: Considering the Humanitarian Factor [editorial]

    Inquirer

    ON TUESDAY, PRESIDENT Ellen Johnson Sirleaf announced several additional stringent measures her government will urgently embark on to curtail if not end the Ebola terror or trauma... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Keshi Deserves Reappointment [opinion]

    Vanguard

    Watching television news on Wednesday August 20, 2014, it was reported that 23 Coach-less Super Eagles players have been invited to camp in preparation for the qualifying series of... Read more »

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