[allAfrica] This Africa Day it is fitting to reflect on Kwame Nkrumah’s prescient remark “I am not African because I was born in Africa, but because Africa was born in me”.
[Guardian] Daily, about 126 heavy-duty trucks jot across a massive land area that is seven times the size of Victoria Island.
[Nation] When he leaves office this month, John Njiraini will perhaps look behind his time as Commissioner General at Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) and feel proud.
[Monitor] Kampala -The Court of Appeal has upheld an earlier High Court decision that trimmed powers of the Justice Catherine Bamugemereire-led Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters.
[RFI] Turnout in Benin’s parliamentary polls on Sunday was roughly 20 percent, as voters angry at new electoral rules restricting the opposition stayed away.
[New Times] Rwandans in the country and across the world joined by the rest of the global community will today mark the 25th commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
[Deutsche Welle] The investigation claims at least 14 civilians were killed as a result of airstrikes targeting al-Shabab insurgents. US-led airstrikes in Somalia have tripled under the Trump administration and look set to increase.
[Guardian] Abuja -The Federal Government has announced a decline in number of new cases of Lassa fever in the country.
[The Conversation Africa] The ability to raise revenues from taxes – called “fiscal capacity” – is a crucial aspect for the functioning of any state.
LITTLE OVER a year ago, Kenya seemed to be teetering. Swathes of the country refused to recognise Uhuru Kenyatta (pictured, left) as their president. Nearly 100 people had died in political violence after he was declared winner of a brace of elections in late 2017