All articles in 'Letters to Editor'


ECOWAS and African Union Need to Stabilize Mali

With a population of nearly 20 million people, the Republic of Mali is a landlocked country located...

26th April 2022
A Lesson on Food Independence and Security in Afri...

Africa’s goofs and quandaries need profound explanations to understand. It doesn’t convince common s...

26th April 2022
Easter Message for the World

The darkness in our nation and in our world is very real

19th April 2022
Sudan Needs a New Formula to Manage the Transition...

Sudan today is in dire need of a comprehensive and urgent political process, to stop its slide into...

19th April 2022
Dire Humanitarian Situation in Tigray

The Government of Tigray also calls upon the international community to exert adequate pressure on t...

12th April 2022
Is Soy Criminality a Foretaste of a Brewing PEV?

What dreadfully transpired in Soy recently must act as a wake-up call that needs to be examine criti...

5th April 2022
Kenya 2022 Elections: Ruto Should Substantiate Ri...

Let presidential contestants put their houses in order before making damning allegations

29th March 2022
What Fate Awaits Russian-owned Aircraft Impounded...

Several scenarios could play out regarding their future ownership

29th March 2022
Russia-Ukraine War: The End of America’s Clout and...

Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine is but the beginning of the end of US’s global hegemony

22nd March 2022
Addiction to Fossil Fuels is ‘Mutually Assured Des...

Investors need to think carefully before rushing to reposition portfolios away from future-focused a...

22nd March 2022
Russia-Ukraine in My Neighbourhood

I live in Canada. Canada has a big chunk of citizens with Ukrainian bloodline. Thus, what’s happenin...

15th March 2022
Kalonzo Musyoka Demonstrates Statesmanship

He stands tall as a patriot and a free thinker who looks at the larger picture to adjust according t...

15th March 2022
Statement On the War in Ukraine and The Treatment...

At the same time, we are deeply troubled by the flagrant racism towards Africans—predominantly stude...

8th March 2022
The Sovereignty of Ukraine Must be Respected

The territorial integrity and. The Charter of the United Nations continues to wilt under the relentl...

7th March 2022
Unite to Save South Africa

The past decade may have been a lost decade in governance, but not in the civic activism

15th February 2022
Kenya Presidential Race: How Ruto Goofed on Kenyat...

Kenya’s Deputy President, William Ruto, is in a political limbo

15th February 2022
Nigeria: Health Workers Collect Bribes, Issue COVI...

The Media Advocacy West Africa Foundation (MAWA-Foundation) has uncovered how Nigerian health worker...

8th February 2022
Africa Needs Strong Institutions, Not Strong Armie...

Africa needs democracy and justice that revolves around strong institutions

8th February 2022
CNN Marketplace Africa Programme was Skewed

Zain Asher’s MARKETPLACE AFRICA programme on CNN, part of the “Profit Point”, sponsored by DANGOTE i...

1st February 2022
A New Gender Balance: Women in Tech Face Lockdown...

Half of women working in technology believe the effects of COVID-19 have delayed their career progre...

1st February 2022
EU-Africa Trade Relations

The potential to increase trade, economic growth, job creation and integration across the continent...

25th January 2022
Is Western Failing in Africa or Africa Is Failing...

Although Western countries consider their democracy to be mature, keen analysis of realities on the...

25th January 2022
Security 101. Don’t Bash Your Head Over Unsecured...

With this knowledge, analysts can then put in place actions to mitigate the attack or prevent a simi...

17th January 2022
What to Expect With a Private Jet Charter

And while you enjoying the freedom of private air travel, spare a thought for those poor guys with a...

17th January 2022
A Call for Peaceful Resolution in Ethiopia: Open L...

The vicious circle of war and carnage will continue in Ethiopia unless and until the concerted effor...

11th January 2022
Heart Diseases in Children: A Real Challenge in S...

In Somalia; around 7000 babies are born annually with a congenital heart defect.

4th January 2022
What We Can Learn from The Roman Empire

What we can learn from the Romans, is that it is possible to create a vast empire, made up of differ...

4th January 2022
Health in 2022: Don’t Drop the Guard

Given the tough and unprecedented times that we're in, making it into the New Year is definitely not...

4th January 2022
Somalia: International Community Must Show Willing...

The political history of Somalia is a sordid affair.

29th December 2021
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu

It is with great sadness that I have to announce that our dearly beloved Archbishop Emeritus of Cape...

29th December 2021
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African Perceptions of the Eur...