Will White Man Run The Central Bank of Somalia?

Over the last few weeks, many Somalis have pondered and posed an important question: after nearly 60 years of independence, why do we need a white man – a muzungu or saan-cadde as we say – to play babysitter and lead a sovereign, Somali entity? If reports are accurate about the potential appointment of a white, British man leading the Central Bank of Somalia, this sets an ugly and danger...

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DRC Polls Outcome: Was TShisekedi the Right Choice?

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) doesn’t have a strong record of free and fair elect...

Sudan: Will Bashir Budge?

The world recently saw Sudanese rising up against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who h...

Conspiracy in South Africa: ANC, PAC and AZAPO

In the 1980’s, there was leaked information that the ANC leadership vowed to crash the PAC...

Will White Man Run The Central Bank of Somalia?

Why do we need a white man – a muzungu or saan-cadde as we say – to play babysitter and le...

Why Virtual Currency Should Be Regulated

Bitcoin, the world's first cryptocurrency (or virtual currency), long obscured with a repu...

Why Africana History?

Africa and its people are the most written about and the least understood of all of the wo...

Africans Should Redefine Their Identity

Africans should not continue to define themselves using the lenses of other people.

Donald Trump Vs Abiy Ahmed: A Comparison

I see many similarities between these two accidental leaders of two countries of immense s...

The African Union in 2018: A Reflection

I would like, on behalf of the African Union (AU) Commission, to wish a happy and prospero...

Biafra: The Battle Continues

The past few years hasn’t been easy for us and as most of you can recall, this is my first...

The Situation in Sudan: A Statement

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation is following with increasing concern the recent political develo...

Russia and Africa: Debating the Role of Media in Diplomacy

Since the collapse of the Soviet-era politics, an appreciable level of media cooperation h...

Should Africa Revise Its History?: A Critical Look at Current Affairs

The presidency of Donald Trump in the US has changed the world, for worse or for good

Africa - Investment Challenges in Unending Flux of Needs

Mere availability of glaring opportunities does not attract investments.

Kaspersky Lab’s Threat Actors Predictions for 2019

The year 2019 will see the APT world split into two groups: energetic and inexperienced ne...

Editorial
Africans Should Redefine Their Identity

President Museveni’s castigation of Miss Uganda Quiin Abenakyo for wearing ‘fake’ Indian hair and her subsequent compliance when she appeared in natural African hair at a dinner at his count...

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Africans Should Redefine Their Identity

President Museveni’s castigation of Miss Uganda Quiin Abenakyo for wearing ‘fake’ Indian hair and her subsequent compliance when she appeared in natur...

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Letters to Editor
Biafra: The Battle Continues

The past few years hasn’t been easy for us and as most of you can recall, this is my first message to you on a new year since 2015. As we all know, through the past four years, circumstances...

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Sudan: Will Bashir Budge?

The world recently saw Sudanese rising up against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who has been in power for three decades. They want a democratic and responsible government elected by the...

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Biafra: The Battle Continues

The past few years hasn’t been easy for us and as most of you can recall, this is my first message to you on a new year since 2015. As we all know, th...

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Sudan: Will Bashir Budge?

The world recently saw Sudanese rising up against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who has been in power for three decades. They want a democratic a...

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Perspectives
The African Union in 2018: A Reflection

I would like, on behalf of the African Union (AU) Commission, to wish a happy and prosperous 2019 to all the citizens and leaders of the continent, as well as to the African diaspora around...

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DRC Polls Outcome: Was TShisekedi the Right Choice?

Africa has been holding its breath as the people of the DRC participate in a remarkable election that has featured prolonged delays, electronic voting, and a transfer of power. Or did it? He...

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The African Union in 2018: A Reflection

I would like, on behalf of the African Union (AU) Commission, to wish a happy and prosperous 2019 to all the citizens and leaders of the continent, as...

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DRC Polls Outcome: Was TShisekedi the Right Choic...

Africa has been holding its breath as the people of the DRC participate in a remarkable election that has featured prolonged delays, electronic voting...

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Regions
Russia and Africa: Debating the Role of Media in Diplomacy

Experts and Researchers have observed that, since the collapse of the Soviet-era politics, an appreciable level of media cooperation has never been on the side of Russia's public diploma...

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Why Virtual Currency Should Be Regulated

Bitcoin, the world's first cryptocurrency (or virtual currency), long obscured with a reputation as a fringe economic phenomenon, has gone mainstream. The skyrocketing price in late 2017...

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Russia and Africa: Debating the Role of Media in D...

Experts and Researchers have observed that, since the collapse of the Soviet-era politics, an appreciable level of media cooperation has never been on...

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Why Virtual Currency Should Be Regulated

Bitcoin, the world's first cryptocurrency (or virtual currency), long obscured with a reputation as a fringe economic phenomenon, has gone mainstr...

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