[Leadership] An ailing 82-year-old refusing to relinquish the presidency, resentment against a ruling civilian and military cabal, and an economy in crisis have sparked mass protests across Algeria in recent weeks.
[New Zimbabwe] The government must pay the Matebeleland US$100 billion in compensation for Gukurahundi and other outrages perpetrated by successive Zanu PF administrations since 1980, an opposition politician has said.
[Nairobi News] Philippines-based Kenyan volleyball coach Godfrey Okumu maintains his focus is on ‘winning something’ in the country’s top flight volleyball league.
[CIO] Speaking at the ‘African Start-Up’ programme aired on CNN Mr. Tawia who is the founder of Leti Arts, one of the continent’s foremost video game developers said that he was investing into Africa’s digital economy, most recently with a branch in Nairobi, Kenya.
[allAfrica]The western media has outdated and incorrect beliefs about Africa. This has to change.
[VOA]Johannesburg -This Valentine’s Day, February 14, will mark one year since Reeva Steenkamp was shot to death by Oscar Pistorius, the South African Olympic star. As he goes on trial at the beginning of March, his every move will be watched closely in South Africa especially with the help of a 24-hour news channel that will be dedicated to the trial.