Tunisia has sealed its main border with Libya after thousands of stranded Egyptian and foreign nationals tried to penetrate the passage, whilst fleeing continuous conflict in Libya
The Ugandan Constitutional Court has ruled that the country’s Anti-Homosexuality Act was passed without the requisite parliamentary quorum and is therefore null and void. Ironically enough, beneficiaries of this decision include the most vitriolic critics of gay rights
Uganda’s constitutional court has invalidated the controversial piece of legislation commonly known as the ‘Anti-Gay law”, saying it was not passed legally therefore was in breach of the constitution
For many Nigerians, the news of women blowing themselves up did not read stranger than other reports of Boko Haram atrocities. It was something that has been reported before. The only difference was that while other reports indicated a random […]
He was reported to have told fans, “God created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve.”
The current crisis and war in South Sudan has gone beyond ethnicity and conflict between the two principal actors. The question now is whether intervention will save the world’s youngest nation from total collapse.
When people think of genocide in Africa they tend to think of Rwanda. But Burundi has had similar troubles, the worst of which occurred in 1972, when up to 300,000 Hutus were massacred in six weeks. The process of reconciliation is not without challenges.
According to the Public Health Act on tobacco, smoking in public places such as public transport, public halls, public gatherings, eating places including on the streets is an offence.
President Robert Mugabe has served as the head of Zimbabwe’s government for 34 years. But even his biggest fans know it is almost impossible that he continues until the end of his current presidential term. Who will succeed him? Two factions have emerged.