FP 13 September 2018 By Salem Solomon, Casey Frechette Beijing’s funding could do tremendous good—if Africans fight for their own real interests. From...

STANDARD DIGITAL 13 September 2018 by  Dan Weku The curious development about Kenya’s dalliance with China is the negative public sentiment, especially the apprehensive view that the Chinese are a threat to the economy. But as the tide turned against their seeming dominance and debt diplomacy, African leaders were in Beijing seeking more loans from China. The story...

REUTERS 12 September 2018 STRASBOURG (Reuters) – The European Union should offer a free trade agreement to the whole of the African continent and...

VOA  NEWS 31  August 2018 WASHINGTON — When African leaders meet next week in Beijing for the 2018 Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, they’ll...

The East African 30 March 2017 By Frederick Golooba-Mutebi In Summary At the level of politics, countries that can justifiably be said to have been...

The Zimbabwean 15 March 2017 From Harare to the Horn, rulers are being held accountable not by global justice, but in courts a long way from the Hague....

IOL 19 April 2016 Jabulile S Ngwenya Addis Ababa – Former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan has urged African leaders to leave when their...

The Globe and Mail 29 October 2015 A disputed election in Tanzania, a nullified election in Zanzibar and efforts to prolong the rule of authoritarian leaders...

AsiaOne 25 October 2015 President Robert Mugabe waits to address crowds gathered for Zimbabwe’s Heroes Day commemorations in Harare on August 10,...