Op-Ed: Malawi – Intransigent Mutharika raises the temperature

After Parliament approved some changes to electoral legislation in line with the Court’s directive that presidential elections should henceforth be won by absolute majority rather than relative majority, Mr Mutharika used his veto power on Tuesday, March 17, and refused to ratify Parliament’s changes.

Op-Ed: Kenya – Bid launched to remove Ruto

On March 11, as many as 70 MPs gathered at the Serena Hotel in Nairobi to call on Deputy President William Ruto to resign.

Scientists are still searching for the source of COVID-19: why it matters

Scientists around the world have been working around the clock to identify the pathogen behind the new illness.

Visit vibrant Kigali for the inspiring IATF 2020

Situated in the heart of Rwanda, Kigali is buzzing with possibility and African charm. Home to countless creative startups and tech hubs and supported by a promising investment climate, the dynamic and progressive capital is the perfect setting for the key event boosting trade in Africa – the IATF 2020.

Tanzania: The soul of a New Africa

Tanzania is an unforgettable destination. The land of the Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti and the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar, Tanzania offers adventure, excitement and splendor in all forms. With a young and growing population, Tanzania's new business blueprint is in line with the country's consolidation efforts to market itself as an investment hub within the African continent....

Op-Ed: Ending global hunger requires tackling gender inequality

The yawning global gender gap is at the heart of our inability to end hunger. Whether last in the family to eat, blocked from owning land, or entirely ignored by extension workers and policymakers, gender inequality - and specifically discrimination against women - is a key driver of global hunger.

The End of Social Conventions?

By: Dr Victor Oladokun For weeks, investors and the business community have been rattled by massive disruptions to global supply chains, as factories shut down in China....

Op-Ed: Sudan’s Bashir one step closer to the ICC

Former President Omar Al-Bashir, who was deposed in a military-led coup in April 2019, is the most high-profile among the individuals wanted by the ICC: He faces charges of war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity committed in Darfur.