Politics Posts

Election Violence Expected In Nigeria

By Correspondent , 24 , Jan 2014


Abuja (AFP) - Nigeria's secret police on Thursday issued a warning against what it called "subversive elements" seeking to foment violence in the run-up to next year's general election. The .. Read More →

New Central Africa Republic President Samba To Be Sworn In On Thursday

By Correspondent , 23 , Jan 2014


Bangui (Central African Republic) (AFP) - The new president of Central African Republic, Catherine Samba Panza, will be sworn in Thursday with a mission to end atrocious sectarian violence and .. Read More →

Mugabe Warms Up To His Painful Past

By Correspondent , 23 , Jan 2014


By Masimba Mukichi (News Of The South) - At the burial of his sister Bridgette at their rural homestead, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe spoke of the challenges of life he .. Read More →

Drama At ZANU Meeting As Chinoz And Mliswa Clash

By Correspondent , 23 , Jan 2014


There was drama when Zimbabwe`s ruling Zanu-PF on Wednesday held a caucus meeting which saw Buhera Central Member of the National Assembly Cde Joseph Chinotimba accused his Hurungwe East counterpart, .. Read More →

Guinea President Conde Criticised For New Closed Government

By Hilda Desai , 22 , Jan 2014


Guinea's President Alpha Conde has been criticised for appointing a government described by opposition activists and analysts as stuffed with apolitical technocrats who would offer no dissent. Conde issued a .. Read More →

Mugabe`s Long Life In God`s Hands

By Correspondent , 21 , Jan 2014


(Reuters) – Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe attributed his long life to God’s will but shied away from commenting on his health on Tuesday, a day after scotching rumours he was .. Read More →

First Woman President For Central Africa Republic

By Eugene Majuru , 21 , Jan 2014


(News Of The South) - The mayor of the Central African Republic's capital Bangui Catherine Samba Panza was on Monday chosen as interim president and she becomes the first woman .. Read More →

Jacob Zuma To Stand Un Opposed At Polls

By Correspondent , 20 , Jan 2014


Cape TOWN. – South Africa’s ruling African National Congress will not field a candidate other than President Jacob Zuma in the upcoming elections, the party’s deputy secretary-general, Jesse Duarte, said .. Read More →

Cashgate Scandal Big Threat To Joyce Banda`s Election Hopes

By editor , 20 , Jan 2014


Malawi president Joyce Banda`s involvement in the “cashgate” scandal is a big threat to her hopes of winning the May Presidential race. As much as $120 million in aid has .. Read More →

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