Africa

24.06.2020

Beyond COVID-19 Aid, Ethiopia Hoists Africa’s Flag

Beyond COVID-19 Aid, Ethiopia Hoists Africa’s Flag

Ethiopia, by all standards, is a reputable country in East Africa. It gains popularly from different angles. In terms of politics, Ethiopia has been touted as a country with an excellent model of democracy in Africa. For his efforts in ending the 20-year-long war between Ethiopia and Eritrea, President Abiy… »

23.06.2020

Africa Supports Nigeria’s Candidate for WTO Director-General

Africa Supports Nigeria’s Candidate for WTO Director-General

By Kester Kenn Klomegah The African Union (AU) and Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) have thrown their unflinching support for Nigeria’s Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, a candidate contesting for the top position at the World Trade Organization (WTO). This backing implies that Africa is strongly behind her, and further… »

20.06.2020

30 Years After the Beginning of the End of Apartheid, Where is South Africa Going? Part I

30 Years After the Beginning of the End of Apartheid, Where is South Africa Going? Part I

February 11, 1990 the release of Nelson Mandela was announced. It was the beginning of the dismantling of the Apartheid system. The hopes for a change for the majority of the black population were high at the time. The reconciliation between black and white people seemed on the right path,… »

17.06.2020

South African Leader Condemns Latest Surge of Violence Against Women

South African Leader Condemns Latest Surge of Violence Against Women

By Lisa Vives, Global Information Network Calling it a “dark and shameful week,” South African president Cyril Ramaphosa denounced the latest surge in violence against women, including the murder of a woman eight months pregnant. “Gender-based violence thrives in a climate of silence,” he said. “By looking the other way… »

15.06.2020

Citing ‘weight of history’, senior UN officials of African descent issue call to ‘go beyond and do more’ to end racism

Citing ‘weight of history’, senior UN officials of African descent issue call to ‘go beyond and do more’ to end racism

A group of more than twenty senior leaders in the UN, who report directly to Secretary-General António Guterres, and who are African or of African descent, have put their names to a personal and hard-hitting statement published on Friday, expressing their outrage at pervasive and systemic racism, highlighting the need… »

09.06.2020

CASBAH OF ALGIERS is in Ruins: Bad Policies Applied to this Ancient City

CASBAH OF ALGIERS is in Ruins: Bad Policies Applied to this Ancient City

Casbah of Algiers, commonly known as the Casbah (the citadel), one of the old cities of Algiers, capital of Algeria, of which it forms a historic district listed as World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO since 1992 in Santa Fe, in the United States, was considered a great victory for… »

04.06.2020

Preserve the Identity of Each Region and Its Autonomous Organizational Power, in a Federal Project in Algeria

Preserve the Identity of Each Region and Its Autonomous Organizational Power, in a Federal Project in Algeria

Build a new vision of the future of each region, in a federal project, in order to ensure sufficient political, financial, administrative, constitutional and legislative autonomy, that is to say a large field of action administration and management the regions. By Rabah Arkam The principle of all sovereignty essentially resides… »

28.05.2020

Africa Can Still Be on the Top

Africa Can Still Be on the Top

Viewpoint by Jonathan Power Africa is suffering a double whammy after many years of success. The Coronavirus, while not taking down great numbers of people like in Europe, Asia and the Americas, has had a severe impact by curbing its exports in the face of the formers’ severe economic depression. »

26.05.2020

Eritrean Refugees Sue EU for Abetting Forced Labour Back Home

Eritrean Refugees Sue EU for Abetting Forced Labour Back Home

A Dutch Foundation of Eritrean refugees, Foundation Human Rights for Eritreans, has filed a lawsuit in the Amsterdam court against the European Union (EU) for its role in financing a road building project in Eritrea that uses forced labour. The Netherlands is host to many Eritrean migrants and pays toward the project… »

23.05.2020

North Africa: Algeria – Open letter to Mr. António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations

North Africa: Algeria – Open letter to Mr. António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations

Human rights activist Rabah Arkam has written a letter to United Nations Secretary General António Guterres regarding unacceptable human rights violations in Algeria. The activist’s objective is to call for an end to the wave of arrests resulting from the repressive policy and human rights violations by the Algerian regime. »

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