Politics Posts

Somali Radio Station Shut By Government

By Correspondent , 27 , Oct 2013


Mogadishu (AFP) - Security forces shut down one of Somalia's most respected independent radio stations on Saturday in Mogadishu, accusing it of illegally occupying a government building, witnesses and police .. Read More →

President Zuma`s Statements On Malawi Rubbished

By Best Masinire , 24 , Oct 2013


South African President, Jacob Zuma`s recent utterances that South Africans should stop thinking like "Africans ... in Africa" have received grave criticism from people across the African continent. President Zuma .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Sues EU Over Sanctions

By Correspondent , 24 , Oct 2013


THE Zimbabwean government is suing the European Union (EU) for losses to its economy arising from the bloc’s sanctions on President Robert Mugabe and members of his government. Its lawsuit .. Read More →

Malawi Hikes Fuel Prices

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 24 , Oct 2013


By Takudzwa Mashumba Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) announced an upward fuel price adjustment with effect from today(Wednesday 23 October 2013). In their statement on Tuesday, MERA said, the depreciation .. Read More →

Mozambique Violence Attracts International Attention

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 23 , Oct 2013


By Takudzwa Mashumba Escalating tensions between the Mozambican government and the Renamo opposition has attracted international attention with the US calling the two parties to quell the situation to avoid .. Read More →

JUMA Speaks On Arrested Malawi Journalist

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 23 , Oct 2013


The Journalist Union of Malawi(JUMA) has shown concern over the recent arrest of Glalaxy FM Journalist Sylvester Namiwa for publicly exposing list of 50 companies (top of the list including .. Read More →

Peace Deal Ends In Mozambique

By Norman Muvavarirwa , 23 , Oct 2013


On Monday, Mozambique National Resistance (Renamo), rebel group turned opposition party declared Mozambique's hard-won 1992 peace deal over. “Peace is over in the country… The responsibility lies with the Mozambique .. Read More →

UN To Observe Madagascar Presidential Elections

By Correspondent , 22 , Oct 2013


By Nomore Chinoda Following an invitation by the authorities of the Republic of Madagascar, the United Nations (UN) is deploying a mission to observe the island’s Presidential election scheduled for .. Read More →

Malawi Is Backward: Jacob Zuma

By Correspondent , 22 , Oct 2013


Johannesburg (AFP) - South African President Jacob Zuma was Tuesday left red-faced following a public backlash at comments labelling nearby Malawi as backward. While trying to convince motorists to accept .. Read More →

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