Category Archives: Dictatorship

Clashes in DRC claiming more lives

By Staff Reporter © Papy Mulongo, AFP | Protesters angered by a proposed election law in DR Congo’s capital of Kinshasa Violence flar [...]

Picture exclusive: Ukip’s Neil Hamilton and the club that wants ‘civilised rule’ restored in South Africa

By Staff Reporter Alan Harvey, who is still secretary of the club, is a former National Front member from Kent whose Facebook account said t [...]

Burkina Faso appoint diplomat as Interim President

By Staff Reporter Michel Kafando, a veteran diplomat and former foreign minister, was sworn in Tuesday as Burkina Faso’s interim presi [...]

Zimbabwe’s vice-president in plot to kill Robert Mugabe

By Staff Reporter Power struggle to succeed Mugabe is getting hotter Analysts claim that First Lady Grace Mugabe has taken sides with other [...]

West supplies fighters to fight in Syria and Iraq

By Staff Reporter THE two young men in the bus from Antakya, in south-eastern Turkey, to Reyhanli, nearer the border with Syria, sported lon [...]

Botswana opposition leader’s death suspicious?

By Staff Reporter Police arrive as Botswana public servants demonstrate on the road in Gaborone on June 1, 2011 (AFP Photo/Monirul Bhuiyan) [...]

Africa’s leaders and hunger for power

By Staff Reporter President Mugabe is currently Africa’s oldest leader and has been in office since 1980. Rank Name Country Office Ten [...]

Prominent African Leaders write to Kiir and Machar on eve of Peace Agreement

By Staff Reporter Re: A Message of Peace from Eminent African Leaders  Your Excellency President Salva Kiir, Your Excellency Dr. Riek Macha [...]

New Zimbabwe and Zimpapers sued for staggering $50 m each for false #Baba Jukwa allegations

By Kelvin Mupungu Baba Jukwa drama rages on Ncube and Chimoio are fighting back As Editor for Zimbabwe’s state owned  and biggest wee [...]

Editor’s arrest a ‘warning’ for Minister of Information Jonathan Moyo?

By Staff Reporter Information minister Jonathan Moyo was put under pressure to explain the appointment of ‘hostile’ journalist E [...]

Sunday Mail editor alleges victimisation by Zanu PF in bail application

By Staff Reporter Edmund Kudzayi, the Sunday Mail editor who is being charged with treason and other offences, yesterday filed a bail applic [...]

US$1 billion Chinese loan for Mnangagwa’s Zim revival

By Staff Reporter Beijing is reportedly preferring Mnangagwa to take over from Mugabe South Africa and Beijing worried about reports that Zi [...]

Zimbabwe Sunday Mail Editor applies for bail at High Court

By Staff Reporter CPJ has attacked Zimbabwean authorities for incarcerating Sunday Mail Editor on trumped up charges Zimbabwean journalists [...]

The article that landed Zimbabwe Sunday Mail editor in trouble

By Staff Reporter In solidarity with Zimbabwe Sunday Mail Editor Edmund Kudzayi In solidarity with with fellow scriber being incarcerated fo [...]

The 5 Richest Kings In Africa

By Staff Reporter Africa may be full of democratically governed countries, but it is still the land of many kings. Sure, there are only thre [...]

Argentina is 97% “White”?

By Staff Reporter Argentina is the “whitest” nation on earth today(CIA fact book on Argentina) What happened to the thousands of [...]

Zimbabwe lost $800 million diamond revenue ( 2008-12)

By Staff Reporter ZIMBABWE lost about $770 million in potential revenue between 2008 and 2012 through undervaluation and transfer pricing of [...]

Malawi’s new leader vows to end corruption

By Staff Reporter Photographer: Amos Gumulira/AFP/Getty Images Malawi’s newly elected president, Peter Mutharika, pledged to target 7.5 pe [...]

Boko Haram has killed 3000 & displaced 3 million in the last year

By Staff Reporter The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) said that a total of 3.3 million Nigerians have now been driven from th [...]

Malawi politician takes own life after losing polls

By Staff Reporter A Malawian deputy minister on Thursday committed suicide, apparently over losing his parliamentary seat in this week’ [...]

Dictator Swaziland King’s personal budget boosted to $61million for 2014

By Staff Reporter Swaziland‘s King Mswati III accompanied by his wife greets staff of the Taj Hotel on May 11, 2013 in Cape Town, Sout [...]

$30m for DRC but Kabila must not seek re-election-USA

By Staff Reporter Kerry wants president to abide by constitutional term limit Military force alone will not deliver stability’ to DR J [...]

Kerry hopes to bring peace to Africa

Will focus on peace and democracy efforts in various countries Washington: Top US diplomat John Kerry heads on his first major tour of sub-S [...]

As Zimbabwe turn 34,need for independence compares to colonial era.

By Staff Reporter Activists, such as Jenni Williams of Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) can be imprisoned in Zimbabwe for peaceful demonstrati [...]

As EU hosts Africa,52 journalists are rotting in cells #PressFreedom

By Staff Reporter #FreedomofSpeech is a #HumanRight 52 journalists are in jail on African continent (CPJ) Eritrea-28 and is 3rd highest glob [...]

Zimbabwe education SOS.UK responds with $10m bailout

By NewsAfrica Reporter Following revelations that economic crisis is Zimbabwe had  affected funding for 250 000 children eligible for state [...]

King Mugabe celebrates 90th birthday.

By Staff Reporter Zimbabwe‘s President Robert Gabriel Mugabe celebrated his 90th birthday in Marondera (80km east of Harare). Earlier [...]

UK MPs visit Western Sahara

By Staff Reporter Western Sahara El Aaiun (occupied territories) A delegation from the British Parliament, representing the All-Party Parli [...]

Egypt’s military junta detains US embassy staff

By Staff Reporter Cairo, Egypt A supporter of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi is detained by police during clashes with security for [...]

Somalia committed genocide in Somaliland?

by Staff Reporter Somaliland Khadar Ahmed Like, 64, inspects the site of a mass grave on the edge of Hargeisa [James Reinl/Al Jazeera] Harg [...]

Botswana says Zimbabwe polls were flawed

By Staff Reporter Gaborone, Botswana Botswana President Ian Khama and Zimbabwean strongman Robert Mugabe Botswana has become the first South [...]
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