Politics Posts

Nigerian Princewill Reiterates His Political Stance

By Correspondent , 24 , Dec 2013


As 2015 draws nearer and political permutations become clearer, Prince Tonye Princewill has taken a bold step to address political issues affecting him and the nation at large. Most of .. Read More →

Obama Raises Tone On South Sudan After Attack

By Correspondent , 23 , Dec 2013


Juba (AFP) - President Barack Obama Sunday firmly vowed to take more action in South Sudan if needed amid growing fighting after deploying extra US troops, as the United Nations .. Read More →

Congo Considers Amnesty For Ex M23 Rebels

By Correspondent , 21 , Dec 2013


Kinshasa (AFP) - The government of the Democratic Republic of Congo approved on Friday a plan for giving amnesty to some former M23 rebels whose insurgency was crushed by the .. Read More →

Malawi President Banda Still Flying In The Late Bingu`s Plane

By editor , 20 , Dec 2013


According to the Malawi Voice, President Joyce Banda is allegedly still flying in the plane of the late President Bingu Wa Mutharikwa. This plane is believed to be the same .. Read More →

Insufficient Evidence To Trial Kenyatta: ICC

By Eugene Majuru , 20 , Dec 2013


Following the withdrawal of witnesses in the trial for Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, International Criminal Court Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda on Thursday announced that the ICC did not have sufficient evidence .. Read More →

No War In Mozambique

By Correspondent , 20 , Dec 2013


By Martin Muleya (News Of The South)- A Mozambican representative has assured business people and citizens of Zimbabwe not to lose sleep about their safety in the neighbouring country Mozambique, .. Read More →

Ex Rebels Kill Almost 1000 In Central Africa Republic

By Correspondent , 19 , Dec 2013


Bangui (Central African Republic) (AFP) - The Central African Republic's mostly Muslim ex-rebels killed nearly 1,000 people in the capital Bangui two weeks ago in a rampage avenging deadly Christian .. Read More →

World Cup Draw Very Unkind To Africans

By Correspondent , 18 , Dec 2013


THE RECENT World Cup draw in Brazil was far from kind to the majority of the African participants. Of the quintet, Nigeria have the greatest cause for optimism. Stephen Keshi’s .. Read More →

Namibian President Responds To Threats To Boycott Next Elections

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 18 , Dec 2013


By Takudzwa Mashumba The Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba has responded to the threats that has been made by a section of his eligible voting population saying nobody is forced to .. Read More →

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