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Opinion: The Gambia’s debacle

'A stitch in time saves nine': that's how the intervention by West African body ECOWAS in the political impasse in The Gambia should be described. The body's tactical...

China’s money, China’s blue helmets for Africa

It's not just about raw materials anymore. China's expanding influence in Africa poses risks to European interests, but it offers opportunities as well. China's Foreign...

Opinion: Competition law developments in Africa

Competition law in Africa is becoming increasingly active and, in certain respects, complex.  The number of competition regimes, and the relationships between them, is...

Opinion: Tunisia, take back your jihadists!

Radical jihadists are a burden for any state. Even a young democracy has obligations in this regard, says Kersten Knipp. Tunisians are basically in agreement...

Chibokgirls: Painful memories of a thousand days

Obiageli Ezekwesili.    On that 30th April 2014 when diverse citizens gathered to march in solidarity, no one could have imagined any out of our 219 Chibok...

Gambian Crisis: West Africa is No longer Country for Old Dictators

Whatever was going to happen in the leafy suburbs of Abuja on the eve of the 50th Ordinary Session of the ECOWAS Summit, historians...

How Kenya became the cradle of Africa’s technological innovation

Entrepreneurs work on their projects at Nailab, a Kenyan firm that supports technology startups. Photo Credit: Reuters A digital revolution is taking place in Kenya...

Finding The Next Mark Zuckerberg Is Hard Enough, But What About In Nigeria?

In cultures that equate success with higher education, how can you foster wider entrepreneurship? Mary Olushoga, AWP Network founder, describes how a business plan...

Nigeria’s Population Growth Crisis

There have been many salient issues that we at Nigeria Health Watch have drawn to our audience's attention in the span of 2016. As...

Meet skrife, the online solution for those who hate to write, but constantly need to

After months of being in private beta, Skrife , an online platform that creates quality written content, is officially launching to the public. Now...

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Zimbabwe’s foreign affairs minister dies from Covid-19

Zimbabwe's Foreign Affairs Minister, Sibusiso Moyo, has died from Covid-19, according to a statement from the government. The minister died from the virus at a...

Covid-19: The stories of 300 global Black doctors’ and nurses’

A project called the THE BLACK FRONTLINE has been launched and aimed at framing the pandemic through the stories of 300 global black doctors...

Uganda: Renowned Archbishop suspended for adultery

The Anglican Church in Uganda has suspended its former Archbishop, Stanley Ntagali for allegedly committing adultery. The Archbishop who retired last year after 43 years...

Uganda: Bobi Wine says he and his family are under house arrest

Uganda's 2021 defeated presidential candidate Bobi Wine has said that he and his family are "under house arrest and stuck with an 18-month-old baby". Since...

China and WHO acted too slowly to contain Covid-19

China and the World Health Organization (WHO) could have acted quicker and more forcefully to contain the start of the Covid-19 outbreak, an independent...
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