Ethiopia: Another African Leader Throws In the Towel
Less than 24 hours after South African President Jacob Zuma was forced to resign by his own party, another African leader has thrown in the towel. Read more »
November 29, 2017
Uganda: For Mugabe, It Was the Army, in Uganda, It May Be Civilians
Although I was not impressed by Robert Mugabe's overthrow, his departure confirmed my persisted call to negotiate with Museveni out of power if our country must peacefully exit… Read more »
November 28, 2017
Zimbabwe: Is Zimbabwe the Case of Old Wine in a New Bottle?
So now Robert Mugabe and the word 'president' can only be used in the same sentence with words like 'former' or 'emeritus.' Read more »
November 22, 2017
Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Is Jumping From Frying Pan to Fire!
Desperate times, indeed, call for desperate measures. With the confusion in Harare continuing to unfold, Zimbabweans have been caught between a rock and a hard place. Read more »
November 16, 2017
Uganda: Country Will Have Its Zimbabwe Moment Soon - Retired General
Rtd Maj General Benon Biraaro, one of bush war generals who helped bring President Yoweri Museveni into power in 1986, has said Uganda will have a new president come 2021. Read more »
June 05, 2017
Africa: If I Was an African President, I Wouldn't Quit Power Either
I am writing this article between breaks at an international conference on 'Relearning to be human for global times' organised by Makerere University's department of philosophy in… Read more »
October 12, 2016
Zimbabwe: Econet Applies for Ugandan Television License
Econet global media, owned by Zimbabwean businessman, Strive Musiyiwa, has applied for a license from the Uganda Communications Commission to operate satellite television services… Read more »
July 25, 2016
Uganda: Rugby Cranes Stun Zimbabwe, Avoid Relegation From Tier 1A
Rugby Cranes coach John Duncan could not be more proud of his charges and the spirit they showed over eighty minutes in their vital 34-27 win over Zimbabwe. Read more »
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