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
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.
Rwandan singer Jean Paul Samputu is a Tutsi who, in 1994, had to flee his country, where Tutsis (and moderate Hutus) fell victim to genocide committed by Hutus. Estimates of the death toll range from 500,000 to 1 million.
Even if the majority of its patients is unable to pay their hospital bills, the Neuropsychiatric Centre of Kamenge, Burundi’s principal hospital for mental health care, is trying its very best to help them.
In clip 36 Ssuuna Golooba discovers that Europe is completely different from Africa when it comes to how the elderly are being taken care of. He asks himself the question: do I want tot grow old in Europe?