It is an offence to now “annoy” President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. This was one of the charges filed against Ugandan Member of Parliament, and “Ghetto President”, Robert Kyagulanyi widely known as Bobi Wine.
With her writing, and her work as a publisher, Morrison brought the African-American experience to the fore in the US and around the world.
A reread of an article published in September 1985 by West Africa, a weekly magazine shows that Nigeria is facing the same economic, and political challenges it faced three decades ago when President Buhari was Head of State.
Having played a leading role in Bashir’s ousting, women can improve prospects for mediation and long-term peace.
Uganda boasts of a thriving music scene, and the multidisciplinary Bayimba International Festival of the Arts recently held in Lunkulu Island serves to bolster the various art forms. The four-day event has become an important platform for the consumption, and authentic experience of various exciting artistic acts.
In her creative and critical work, Toni Morrison sought to remap the contours of American literature and culture.
Following release of its major report detailing Sudanese government’s campaign of intimidation, persecution, and torture and its targeting of medical personnel, Physicians for Human Rights emphasizes need for protection of peaceful protesters and inclusion of civil society in Sudan’s future.
Feminists in Africa must step up to the challenge and redress the manner in which African women are portrayed in the digital age.
America is not safe for Black people in particular, who are constantly victimised, and killed by the police. In general, the country is not safe for everyone with a spate of domestic terrorism cases. Following two recent mass killings within 24 hours, America’s unwillingness to accept it has a grave problem with White terrorism has continued to raise eyebrows.