While refugees in Rwanda have the right to freedom of movement and work, in practice it’s difficult for them.
Nigerian youths face a myriad of economic and social challenges. From rampant unemployment, lack of electricity, fuel scarcity to police brutality, Nigerian youths have lost faith in the government but despite these existing catalysts for action and protest, the youths seem exhausted to continue fighting.
Kibaki’s goals were to expand access to education, and to make universities more efficient and self-sustaining.
Mwai Kibaki, Kenya’s third president, born November 15, 1931, leaves behind a complex legacy. Kibaki served as president of Kenya between 2002 and 2013, and he will be remembered amongst the biggest and most important names in Kenyan politics.
South Africans are increasingly dissatisfied with democracy because of its failure to address inequality.
The ownership of Twitter throws Elon Musk deep into conversations about the inordinate power of tech billionaires in the modern world, in manufacturing public consent.
Companies are moving their production back to developed countries. This is jeopardising the decades-long progress in global poverty reduction.
There are no good precedents for outsourcing asylum processes, and the agreement could damage continental relations.
Writing from the time honoured capital of Africa, Addis Ababa, Alieu Bah brings home the need for a balanced view of the continent. Not one locked in exotic discourse or Job like lamentation but one that is at once righteous and striving.