Rwandan President Paul Kagame receives frequent praise for leading the country through an extended period of relative peace and prosperity … Continue Reading GROWTH IN RWANDA BUT AT WHAT COST?
Interracial dating in 1940s London was met with difficulties. Friends of Ruth’s parents would cross the street to avoid meeting … Continue Reading SERETSE KHAMA & RUTH WILLIAMS LOVE STORY
Africa is a beautiful place full of inspiration and scenery, as a people we are known to be happy despite … Continue Reading NOT ALL DOOM AND GLOOM
When we think of politics in Africa the first thing you picture is the elite class, billionaires and legacies. Such … Continue Reading POLITICS IN AFRICA IS A WHOLE NEW SECRET SOCIETY AND A CULT.
Corruption can no longer be viewed as the “victimless crime”. Corruption is a crime against humanity. Corruption has existed since … Continue Reading CORRUPTION IN AFRICA
I was born in Kenya where the mantra was peace love and harmony. In primary school I was given free … Continue Reading Love and Politics
Dear Thomas Sankara Your predictions were right; the people have woken up and have decided to get rid of tyrants and corrupt leaders calling themselves leaders. Your best friend Blaise Compaore was ousted as you predicted that the people of … Continue Reading LETTER TO THE AFRICAN HEROES
Kenya needs superman now, nothing will help us but him at the moment or maybe Batman any marvel comics’ superhero should offer to save us from our leaders please (for free) because all our money is siphoned by them anyway. … Continue Reading SOVIET REPUBLIC OF KENYA: OHH ITS REAL
Damn i woke up hungry, tried to eat some breakfast guess what!!!! I got no breakfast!! why? I only earn kshs 500 per week, yet i need money to buy even a mandazi Will i eat breakfast or make sure … Continue Reading MY AFRICAN MORNING
People are quick to forget the crimes of dictators the moment they spew anti-West and pro-African rhetoric. It also makes … Continue Reading I HAVE NO FOOD, NO JOB AND MY WATER IS BROWN MR PRESIDENT
We sadly lost a bright mind Calestous Juma, a prominent global advocate for sustainable development in struggling countries, particularly in Africa, he could trace his passion for technological innovation to his village childhood in colonial Kenya. His father, a carpenter, … Continue Reading CALESTOUS JUMA, FROM KENYA TO HAVARD
Cyril Ramaphosa, a former trade unionist and business tycoon, has been chosen by the African National Congress to replace its scandal-prone president Jacob Zuma. Despite the celebrations that greeted Mr Ramaphosa’s victory one of the ANC’s most senior officials, who … Continue Reading A NEW DAWN IN SOUTH AFRICA