WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 In Summary Keen observers of political developments in Africa must have begun to realise that Sudan is currently in the spotlight. But why this gross anomaly in the media
Already, six out of 10 of Africa’s people are under 25. Between 2015 and 2050, Africa’s youth population will almost double, growing from almost 230-million to 452-million. Their potential to
Has the ratings success of Channel 4’s Naked Attraction encouraged the producers to move into Naked Fabrication? This question is legitimate with reference to the latest broadcast of Phil
By MARAL TAVITIAN March 8, 2017 in Featured, News On a Thursday afternoon, Hatim Eldawi glided through USC on a tiny black skateboard. He was wearing a denim jacket, skinny jeans and charcoal
Nesrine Malik KHARTOUM, Sudan – Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who is famous for railing against the United States in his speeches, has lately been sounding a more conciliatory tone.
Khalil Charles @khalilcharles he swearing in of General Bakri Hassan Saleh to the office of prime minister, the first in almost 28 years, marks a new chapter in Sudanese politics and a hope of
FEB 27, 2017 11:56 AM EST If South Sudan’s famine is “man-made,” and it is, then maybe man can also unmake it. Given the country’s unstable government and the U.S.’s uncertain global leadership,
By Lawrence Freeman The battle of Adwa is probably the most renowned and historic battle in Ethiopian history. This celebrated victory by the Ethiopian army helped define the future of their
February 23, 2017 Shingirai Huni Features, Opinion & Analysis Christopher Shays and Richard Swett Correspondents John Prendergast of the lobbying group — Project Enough — wrote a piece that
By Fred Oluoch South Sudan risks losing the disputed oil-rich region of Abyei with internal strife taking most of its attention as Khartoum moves to entrench its administration across the border.