[allAfrica] AllAfrica Marks Milestone with Visions, Awards
[allAfrica] Washington DC -A briefing for investors and policymakers focusing on Senegal, hosted by AllAfrica on April 17, drew capacity attendance from private equity funds, companies, financial institutions and government agencies.
PIERRE NKURUNZIZA is the latest in a string of African presidents to risk a conflagration by refusing to step down when the constitution says their time in office is up.
Zwelithini’s Zulu style IN ZULU the king is modestly known as “the mouth that tells no lies.” When King Goodwill Zwelithini, the Zulu traditional head, made anti-foreigner remarks recently that whipped up attacks on black migrants, South African political leaders were loth to rebuke him (he claimed his words had been mistranslated). The response was similar when King Goodwill called homosexual relationships “rotten” a few years back.
We’re watching you IT WILL seem paradoxical, but for all the tumult around it, Israel has rarely seemed more secure.
Now we rule the streets IT IS hard to gauge the popularity of Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, but most Egyptians seem to approve of their president.
ISRAEL’S Supreme Court has long been a solid pillar of the Jewish state’s democracy, holding to account governments of all political stripes. But as the prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, puts the finishing touches to his fourth coalition after an election in March, he is preparing for an unprecedented fight to muzzle the court
[The Journalist] This weekend we will celebrate media freedom.
[Al Jazeera] The number of deaths of migrants attempting the perilous journey to Europe in search of a better life has dramatically increased over the past few months.
[Key Correspondents] Around 14 per cent of adolescents in Nigeria are hearing impaired, yet their specific sexual and reproductive health needs as young people with a disability have long been ignored.