All articles in 'Letters to Editor'

The Situation in Sudan: A Statement

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

8th January 2019
Why South Africa Must Rethink IMF and World Bank

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde was in South Africa to meet Re...

2nd January 2019
South Africans Must Shun Violence

I want all of us South Africans, every woman, man and child, to look at ourselves, and to examine ou...

2nd January 2019
Puntland at Crossroads: Charting a New Path

The Puntland State of Somalia was established in 1998 under two primary underlining reasons.

26th December 2018
Opportunities for Entrepreneurship in Malawi

Health personnel are critically low and cannot manage to reach out to everyone in the community

30th October 2018
Khashoggi Murder: No Stone Should Be Left Unturned

Khashoggi's Post columns were sharply critical of the Saudi government, particularly Crown Prince Mo...

23rd October 2018
Zephania “The Lion of Azania” Mothopeng (10 Septem...

October 23 marked the 28th anniversary of the death of PAC founding member and its second President...

23rd October 2018
October: A Black Month for Somalia

The lives of more than six hundred and sixty-one people were lost instantly, hundreds missing and ma...

16th October 2018
South Africa: Why are details of the Chinese Loan...

What is the difference between what former President Jacob Zuma tried to do about the nuclear deal w...

16th October 2018
Open Letter to the President of Zambia

Kenya and Zambia enjoy many bilateral treaties including automatic visa on arrival.

3rd October 2018
A letter to the President of the Somali Regional S...

Jigjiga has been a subdivision and a water well once owned by cultivating and pastoral families

25th September 2018
Kofi Annan: A Tribute

Like few in our time, Kofi Annan could bring people together, put them at ease, and unite them towar...

18th September 2018
Sharon Otieno’s Death: Beyond Feminist Crocodile...

Elite feminist celebrities are always shown on the news celebrating their latest rich catch

11th September 2018
Theresa May and Africa: No Reason to Party

It is possible that Millions of South Africans, both literate and illiterate, are not aware of the s...

4th September 2018
Church Must Be In the Forefront Over Land Reform

The debate over land reform in South Africa came to mind on a trip to Chile recently

4th September 2018
Kofi Annan: The Passing On of an Icon

Kofi Annan was a global statesman and a deeply committed internationalist

20th August 2018
Canada and Saudi Arabia: The Intrigues

A true friend is not the one who always acts as your cheerleader whether you are right or wrong.

14th August 2018
Religious Groups Must Help Stop the Mayhem in Plat...

We need to rub minds, to find a special moment to grieve in our hearts, and also to express our revu...

7th August 2018
Nelson Mandela and Pan Africanism: The Lies That B...

One wonders if the South African Broadcasting Corporation Board read comments on Facebook

24th July 2018
Why Uganda Government Is Taxing Social Media

I congratulate our Science team for demonstrating that we now have the eyes to see all the goings on...

24th July 2018
What Non Profit Organizations (NPOs) Wish Corporat...

Before doing anything, consider Mandela Day from the NPO’s perspective: ask for permission, give the...

17th July 2018
Ethio-Eritrean New Relationship

I wish success to the ongoing peace process, and long live the friendships between the people of Eth...

10th July 2018
Property Rights: Church Turns Militant

If church leaders can afford to inflict such magnitude of misery on my family, to whom can one go a...

10th July 2018
AU ECOSOCC Secretariat: The Call for Reforms

Reform is not cosmetics nor an expedient trip.

3rd July 2018
An Open Letter to the People of South Sudan

National dignity and respect are the costless tools that can reshape and guide South Sudanese into p...

26th June 2018
Letter to the HLRF: United Voices of the South Sud...

We need a transitional government

19th June 2018
An Open Letter to His Excellency Abiy Ahmed, Prime...

Houston Forum for Democracy in Ethiopia (HFDE)

19th June 2018
The Protracted Crisis in Cameroon and The Role of...

There is a crisis in Cameroon which risks degenerating into a civil war or long term regional animos...

12th June 2018
SADC and the Metre Convention

I implore all the SADC Member States to reflect on the importance of metrology, particularly in the...

22nd May 2018
Did Facebook Reject Zimbabwe Ndebele Culture ?

I paid $50.00 to promote the Ndebele culture on Facebook and it was declined.

9th May 2018
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