Kenyans’ varying attitudes towards the International Criminal Court compete for headlines these days. But long before the trial of Deputy President Ruto began this past September in The Hague (or the date
Uganda has gotten plenty of kudos and some criticism over its roll out of the new antiretroviral therapy for pregnant women and their babies, known as Option B+.
By Wambi Michael, Kampla
For more than 20 years, Anastasia Ngwakun from Bamunkumbit village in central Cameroon has been farming rice the hard way – using only hand tools. But Ngwakun knows that if she were a man, she would have
Kenya’s delegation at The Assembly of States Parties (ASP) celebrated what they termed as key amendments to the rules of procedure and evidence regarding the cases against President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Rut
Malaria researchers believe that better coordination and new technologies, such as the use of vaccines and sophisticated disease mapping, can inject new life into the ambitious goal of eradicating the deadly illness.
The ultimatum given to foreign-owned businesses by government last week is an attempt by President Robert Mugabe's ZANU PF to appear to be delivering on promises made during the election campaign earlier this year, says economist Tony H
Previously displaced by war and conflict, Chol Ramadan Seek, together with tens of thousands of Sudanese, returned to Abyei for a referendum that would decide if the contested border region should stay with Khartoum or join the no
Foreign shop owners have once again been threatened with prosecution if they do not comply with Zimbabwe’s indigenisation laws by the end of this year, being told to relinquish their businesses or be jailed.
As Zimbabwe’s economic malaise continues unabated, struggling manufacturers of fast moving goods and the country’s Christian community appear to have teamed up to literally ‘defile’ the House of the Lord.