By Balam kakuru President Yoweri Museveni’s area Member of Parliament (MP) Hon. Col. Fred Mwesigye on Friday took back 20 million shillings to Bank of Uganda (BoU) parliamentary commission’s account that was recently allocated to each MP to help them sensitise and educate their constituents about covid-19 outbreak in theRead More

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By: Yusuff Moseray Suma Sierra Leone’s judiciary has urgently ground to a halt otherwise suspended magistrate and high court sessions for at least a period of one month. This was as a result of after an inmate at the correctional center formerly known as [Prison] in the country’s capital FreetownRead More

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Afro-Consciousness BY KELLEH SEKOU You can’t build a successful state without first inventing a national philosophy. Your education and developmental paradigm are just the application of your philosophy.That’s why Maa’at was crucial in classical Africa. Because all systems are also interconnected in a civilization, order will only be possible whenRead More

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The Kenyan government on Saturday extended the nationwide daily curfew for an additional 21 days as part of efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus. President Uhuru Kenyatta made the announcement during a live address to the nation from State House. Additionally, four regions, including the capital Nairobi, hadRead More

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The world-famous song “Pata Pata”, a South African dance hit from 1967, is being re-released with new lyrics to spread information about coronavirus to vulnerable communities. Meaning “touch touch” in the Xhosa language, “Pata Pata” was written by the late Grammy-winning singer Miriam Makeba who named it after a danceRead More

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By Alinaitwe Moses snr. Throughout the last five centuries, Africa has existed in the Western imagination between two polarized extremes. One is the Africa that exists as treasure trove of spoils, a source of slaves to take as free labor, and a vast land full of natural riches for theRead More

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Zimbabwe’s struggling public health sector, already buckling under the pressure of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, now has to contend with a spike in malaria cases, according to an official of a doctors association. Norman Matara, the secretary-general of the Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights, told AFP thatRead More

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By Hudson kuteesa Rwanda on Friday, April 24, registered 22 new cases of COVID-19, the highest number ever since the country confirmed the pandemic on its soil. This took Rwanda’s toll of confirmed caes to 176. The total number of recoveries still stands at 87. So far, no deaths haveRead More

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UAE pushing for armed factions to rescue Hafter in return for funding Tables have been turning this week in Libya, where the Government of National Accord (GNA) has reclaimed key western coastal areas and is assailing the Libyan National Army (LNA) of Gen. Khalifa Hafter’s forces in southern Tripoli, whereRead More