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September 30

  • Kenya: Law Not Enough to Unravel Land Disputes [opinion]

    IWPR

    Kenya has begun drawing up legislation to address longstanding grievances over land ownership, many of which date as far back as the country's independence from Britain in 1963. Read more »

  • Gambia: Youth and Empowerment [editorial]

    Daily Observer

    It is our philosophical position that man owes his claim of supremacy over other members of the living kingdom to his power of imagination. This he translates into action by means... Read more »

  • Uganda: Police, DPP Ought to Work Together [editorial]

    Observer

    A very unfortunate court case involving a prosperous middle-aged man, Juvenal Nsenga, who was in January 2013 killed in his compound, leaving his two children and wider family in... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Promote Off-Farm Employment in the Countryside [editorial]

    New Times

    The Government will soon renovate and upgrade the Kamembe International Airport in Western Province, with the Rwf5 billion works set to commence in November. Read more »

  • Gambia: What Are the Criteria for Admission Into the Gambia Law School [column]

    Foroyaa

    Some students have approached Foroyaa to indicate that despite their good grades in the LLB Program, their applications for admission into the Law School have been rejected because... Read more »

  • Uganda: To Inspire, Let Us Do Everything Like God Is Watching [opinion]

    Observer

    I was asked to speak on the subject of "inspiring lives". Read more »

  • Uganda: KCCA Has a Lot to Explain On Usafi Park Deal [opinion]

    Observer

    In 2011, Jennifer Ssemakula Musisi and George Agaba ordered the forceful removal and relocation of hundreds of trucks from a piece of land in Katwe. Read more »

  • Uganda: Martyrs Day for All Ugandans, Regardless of Religion [opinion]

    Observer

    On June 3 this year, hundreds of thousands of pilgrims converged at Namugongo to commemorate the Uganda martyrs, most of whom were executed there. Read more »

  • Sudan: What About the Leaked Sudanese Regime Documents? [opinion]

    Sudan Tribune

    Colluding with the regime, some regional and international forces have been, during the last two decades, producing and adapting negotiation solutions of Sudan's historic problems.... Read more »

  • Sudan: Beyond the Thinking Hillock of Sudan's Security Apparatus [opinion]

    Sudan Tribune

    The following article is an attempt to analyse of what the Chiefs of Military, Intelligence and Security Devices of the National Congress Party (NCP) regime discussed at their... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Genesis of Lakes State Crisis (part 1) [opinion]

    Sudan Tribune

    Lakes State Comprises of eight Counties and most of them are for Dinka tribes but different sub-clans perceptions are too different with each others in the state. There has been... Read more »

  • Zambia: Where Is Dr. Scott On Chikwanda? [opinion]

    Zambia Reports

    In its editorial of Sunday September 28, the Post Newspaper continued its attack against Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda (ABC) by again citing the illegally recorded... Read more »

  • Nigeria: The Campaign of Calumny Against Ochendo Global [opinion]

    Daily Independent

    As keen observers and major stakeholders in the Abia project, it is our beholden responsibility to alert compatriots of the self destructive campaign of calumny being waged by the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigeria @ 54 - the Entertainment Industry in Retrospect [opinion]

    Daily Independent

    It was recorded in history that film first arrived in Nigeria in the form of roving peephole hawkers of still pictures. These were soon replaced with roving cinemas, which began... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigeria At 54 - the Good, the Bad and the Ugly [opinion]

    Daily Independent

    Nigeria, at 54 years of independence, is tottering under the yoke of avalanche of political and economic problems, most of which are self inflicted. Andy Nssien reports that if... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigeria - the Journey So Far [opinion]

    Daily Independent

    Fifty-four years after, this Newspaper strongly feels that the country has made little progress in her political, economic and social development. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigeria At 54 - Forward, Backward or Stalling? [opinion]

    Daily Independent

    Samuel Akpobome Orovwuje, a public affairs analyst, writes that Nigeria's 54th independence anniversary offers the nation opportunity for sober reflections on the impediments to... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Sambo, 2015 - Trying Times, Treacherous Terrain [opinion]

    Daily Trust

    Alhaji Mohammed Namadi Sambo, an architect, generally acclaimed as a loyal vice president and a strong pillar of the Goodluck Jonathan administration, is no doubt experiencing... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigeria - the Over Comer At 54 [opinion]

    Daily Independent

    "This is the day of the Nigerian Youth./ It must build a new social order, for whereas yesterday belonged to our fathers and the distant future belongs to posterity,/today and... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Waiting for Wf Kumuyi [opinion]

    Daily Independent

    The people of Kumasi in Ghana did not wait for too long for the much anticipated visit of Pastor William Folorunso Kumuyi from Nigeria. In 1973, he had been used by God to set up a... Read more »

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