Opposition marches in Zimbabwe in support of free, open elections

Opposition marches in Zimbabwe in support of free, open elections


Opposition marches in Zimbabwe in support of free, open elections

  Thousands of opposition supporters marched Tuesday in Zimbabwe’s capital to demand electoral reforms ahead of the July 30 vote, the first since Robert Mugabe stepped down last year. The march was Harare’s largest street demonstration since the massive one in November leading to Mugabe’s departure. Speakers warned they would demonstrate again if President Emmerson

Russian foreign minister visits Rwanda to strengthen bilateral ties

Russian foreign minister visits Rwanda to strengthen bilateral ties


Russian foreign minister visits Rwanda to strengthen bilateral ties

  Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov arrived on Sunday morning in the Rwandan capital Kigali for one day official visit, intended to strengthen the bilateral relations between the two countries. Russia and Rwanda are looking forward to further boosting bilateral cooperation in areas that support the economic development of Rwanda, said Lavrov at a news

‘Bagbin is a fine presidential material’ – Betty Mould-Iddrisu

‘Bagbin is a fine presidential material’ – Betty Mould-Iddrisu


‘Bagbin is a fine presidential material’ – Betty Mould-Iddrisu

A former Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Betty Mould Iddrisu, believes the second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin is a fine presidential material. Betty Mould Iddrisu, who is a national Vice Chairperson of the opposition National Democratic Congress, said Mr Bagbin is a seasoned lawyer with vast experience in governance and politics.

9 major factors that will shape NDC’s presidential primaries [Article]

9 major factors that will shape NDC’s presidential primaries [Article]


9 major factors that will shape NDC’s presidential primaries [Article]

The race to lead the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the next elections is heating up. What are the factors that will determine who eventually emerges victorious? What are delegates or voters likely to consider before casting their votes? Here we consider some major factors that will shape the NDC presidential primaries. Commitment to grassroots

AU Day: African leaders must instill pan-africanism spirit in youth [Article]

AU Day: African leaders must instill pan-africanism spirit in youth [Article]


AU Day: African leaders must instill pan-africanism spirit in youth [Article]

Today is a special day for our Continent. Today, we remember the courageous step and move taken by our selfless, patriotic and visionary leaders in establishing the Organization of the African Unity now the African Union. The OAU was established on 25th May, 1963 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia with 32 governments signing on to coordinate

UG was built with cocoa farmers’ money; JB not founder – Historian

UG was built with cocoa farmers’ money; JB not founder – Historian


UG was built with cocoa farmers’ money; JB not founder – Historian

A historian and researcher at the University of Ghana, Kweku Darko Ankrah, has disputed claims that Dr. JB Danquah is the founder of the University of Ghana, Legon. President Nana Akufo-Addo at the launch of the University’s 70th Anniversary Endowment Fund said that his uncle, JB Danquah founded the premier University. “…It will be wholly