African Union suspends Niger over coup
The AU said the suspension would remain in place until civilian rule in the country is restored, and that it would assess the implications of a military intervention in Niger.
By 7 months ago
African Union suspends Niger over coup
Zimbabwe election: Any hope for democratic change?
Eleven candiadates are hoping to unseat President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Wednesday's election. Zimbabwe's electorate is skeptical of the opposition's ability to defeat his repressive regime.
By 7 months ago
Zimbabwe election: Any hope for democratic change?
Zimbabwe Election: Polls open as Mnangagwa seeks second term
Incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa of the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) is facing off against 11 other candidates.
By 7 months ago
Zimbabwe Election: Polls open as Mnangagwa seeks second term
Ethiopia to investigate report of killings in Saudi Arabia
In a 73-page report released on Monday, Human Rights Watch accused Saudi guards stationed on the border with Yemen of 'widespread and systematic' attacks on migrants
By 7 months ago
Ethiopia to investigate report of killings in Saudi Arabia
Xi Jinping heads to South Africa for BRICS summit
China's president will be eyeing opportunities to grow Beijing's political and economic influence in the developing world.
By 7 months ago
Xi Jinping heads to South Africa for BRICS summit
BRICS Club Boom: What to expect in Johannesburg
Global South versus Global North? The BRICS summit in South Africa is set to be all about the group's plans to expand and how to deal with sanctions.
By 7 months ago
BRICS Club Boom: What to expect in Johannesburg
BRICS: Why Saudi Arabia and others are vying for membership
Some see the 5-member club as a counterweight to traditional Western-led forums and institutions. But what exactly is BRICS and why does it matter?
By 7 months ago
BRICS: Why Saudi Arabia and others are vying for membership
UN Security Council: Food insecurity tops agenda
As the United Nations Security Council convenes, global food insecurity takes center stage with a looming crisis threatening vulnerable populations.
By 8 months ago
UN Security Council: Food insecurity tops agenda
African Union suspends Niger over coup
The AU said the suspension would remain in place until civilian rule in the country is restored, and that it would assess the implications of a military intervention in Niger.
By 7 months ago
African Union suspends Niger over coup
Zimbabwe election: Any hope for democratic change?
Eleven candiadates are hoping to unseat President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Wednesday's election. Zimbabwe's electorate is skeptical of the opposition's ability to defeat his repressive regime.
By 7 months ago
Zimbabwe election: Any hope for democratic change?
Zimbabwe Election: Polls open as Mnangagwa seeks second term
Incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa of the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) is facing off against 11 other candidates.
By 7 months ago
Zimbabwe Election: Polls open as Mnangagwa seeks second term
Ethiopia to investigate report of killings in Saudi Arabia
In a 73-page report released on Monday, Human Rights Watch accused Saudi guards stationed on the border with Yemen of 'widespread and systematic' attacks on migrants
By 7 months ago
Ethiopia to investigate report of killings in Saudi Arabia
Xi Jinping heads to South Africa for BRICS summit
China's president will be eyeing opportunities to grow Beijing's political and economic influence in the developing world.
By 7 months ago
Xi Jinping heads to South Africa for BRICS summit
BRICS Club Boom: What to expect in Johannesburg
Global South versus Global North? The BRICS summit in South Africa is set to be all about the group's plans to expand and how to deal with sanctions.
By 7 months ago
BRICS Club Boom: What to expect in Johannesburg
BRICS: Why Saudi Arabia and others are vying for membership
Some see the 5-member club as a counterweight to traditional Western-led forums and institutions. But what exactly is BRICS and why does it matter?
By 7 months ago
BRICS: Why Saudi Arabia and others are vying for membership
UN Security Council: Food insecurity tops agenda
As the United Nations Security Council convenes, global food insecurity takes center stage with a looming crisis threatening vulnerable populations.
By 8 months ago
UN Security Council: Food insecurity tops agenda
African Union suspends Niger over coup
The AU said the suspension would remain in place until civilian rule in the country is restored, and that it would assess the implications of a military intervention in Niger.
By 7 months ago
African Union suspends Niger over coup
Zimbabwe election: Any hope for democratic change?
Eleven candiadates are hoping to unseat President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Wednesday's election. Zimbabwe's electorate is skeptical of the opposition's ability to defeat his repressive regime.
By 7 months ago
Zimbabwe election: Any hope for democratic change?
Zimbabwe Election: Polls open as Mnangagwa seeks second term
Incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa of the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) is facing off against 11 other candidates.
By 7 months ago
Zimbabwe Election: Polls open as Mnangagwa seeks second term
Ethiopia to investigate report of killings in Saudi Arabia
In a 73-page report released on Monday, Human Rights Watch accused Saudi guards stationed on the border with Yemen of 'widespread and systematic' attacks on migrants
By 7 months ago
Ethiopia to investigate report of killings in Saudi Arabia
Xi Jinping heads to South Africa for BRICS summit
China's president will be eyeing opportunities to grow Beijing's political and economic influence in the developing world.
By 7 months ago
Xi Jinping heads to South Africa for BRICS summit
BRICS Club Boom: What to expect in Johannesburg
Global South versus Global North? The BRICS summit in South Africa is set to be all about the group's plans to expand and how to deal with sanctions.
By 7 months ago
BRICS Club Boom: What to expect in Johannesburg
BRICS: Why Saudi Arabia and others are vying for membership
Some see the 5-member club as a counterweight to traditional Western-led forums and institutions. But what exactly is BRICS and why does it matter?
By 7 months ago
BRICS: Why Saudi Arabia and others are vying for membership
UN Security Council: Food insecurity tops agenda
As the United Nations Security Council convenes, global food insecurity takes center stage with a looming crisis threatening vulnerable populations.
By 8 months ago
UN Security Council: Food insecurity tops agenda
Zimbabwe Election: Polls open as Mnangagwa seeks second term
Incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa of the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) is facing off against 11 other candidates.
By Deutsche Welle 7 months ago
Zimbabwe Election: Polls open as Mnangagwa seeks second term
Zimbabwe election: Any hope for democratic change?
Eleven candiadates are hoping to unseat President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Wednesday's election. Zimbabwe's electorate is skeptical of the opposition's ability to defeat his repressive regime.
By Deutsche Welle 7 months ago
Zimbabwe election: Any hope for democratic change?
Zimbabwe election: Why the youth vote matters
Young people in Zimbabwe, including many first-time voters, could determine the election winner. But is Jamaican dancehall music enough to win them over?
By Deutsche Welle 7 months ago
Zimbabwe election: Why the youth vote matters
African Union suspends Niger over coup
The AU said the suspension would remain in place until civilian rule in the country is restored, and that it would assess the implications of a military intervention in Niger.
By Deutsche Welle 7 months ago
African Union suspends Niger over coup
BRICS: Why Saudi Arabia and others are vying for membership
Some see the 5-member club as a counterweight to traditional Western-led forums and institutions. But what exactly is BRICS and why does it matter?
By Deutsche Welle 7 months ago
BRICS: Why Saudi Arabia and others are vying for membership
Africa-Russia: A tricky relationship
BRICS countries are set to meet August 22-24 in Johannesburg, as the bloc aims to widen its influence. But the absence of Russian President Vladimir Putin is already causing a stir.
By Deutsche Welle 7 months ago
Africa-Russia: A tricky relationship
BRICS Club Boom: What to expect in Johannesburg
Global South versus Global North? The BRICS summit in South Africa is set to be all about the group's plans to expand and how to deal with sanctions.
By Deutsche Welle 7 months ago
BRICS Club Boom: What to expect in Johannesburg
Xi Jinping heads to South Africa for BRICS summit
China's president will be eyeing opportunities to grow Beijing's political and economic influence in the developing world.
By Deutsche Welle 7 months ago
Xi Jinping heads to South Africa for BRICS summit
UN Security Council: Food insecurity tops agenda
As the United Nations Security Council convenes, global food insecurity takes center stage with a looming crisis threatening vulnerable populations.
By Deutsche Welle 8 months ago
UN Security Council: Food insecurity tops agenda
UN warns of 'imminent' global water crisis
About 26 per cent of the global population does not have access to safe drinking water and about 46 per cent of people lack access to safely managed sanitation services.
By Deutsche Welle 1 year ago
UN warns of 'imminent' global water crisis
Building standards must be adhered to
When news filtered in that innocent Kenyans had yet again lost their lives in a collapsed building in Nairobi’s Huruma estate, I was overcome with a sense of outrage on behalf of the victims.
By Justus Nyangaya 7 years ago
Building standards must be adhered to
Restore credibility in electoral processes
The debate on the suitability of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to conduct the next polls has occupied national conversation in recent days.
By Justus Nyangaya 7 years ago
Restore credibility in electoral processes
Forced evictions are wrong, inhuman
The State is obligated to provide alternative settlement before evicting them from their homes and livelihoods.
By Justus Nyangaya 8 years ago
Forced evictions are wrong, inhuman
Consider the poor in legal representation
High-quality legal representation in Kenya, as it is in other parts of the world, is expensive and sometimes inaccessible.
By Justus Nyangaya 8 years ago
Consider the poor in legal representation
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