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
I’m engaged. Not out of love, not because I have to, but because I need to get to the other side of the Democratic Republic of Congo: from the capital Kinshasa in the west to Goma in the far east of the country.
This year – and for the fourth time – the yearly Mo Ibrahim Prize for African leadership has not been awarded. Surely, French President François Hollande would like to win it… but one of the requirements to wi
The more freely Africans can speak their minds, the more confident they are in the performance of their governments, says the recently published report The Partnership of Free Speech & Good Governance in Africa.
A ritual not unlike exorcism has become widespread among many so-called ‘born again’ churches across Goma, in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. During kuchunda, a person supposedly possessed by evil spirits is roughed up.
According to a US gossip magazine, Rwanda is at war and Christina Aguilera is there to end hunger. Yes, Ikenna was a little surprised by this breaking news, but nevertheless he feels it's his duty to report the story...
Attempts by African leaders to secure immunity from prosecution in the International Criminal Court (ICC) have been slammed as nothing more than an attempt to protect a handful of the continent’s most powerful people.