NIGERIA; Corruption, Politics, And The ‘Around’ Syndrome. ‘Around X Billion Dollars’

By - Pius Adesanmi When approaching the evolution of corruption in Nigerian national life – and the modes in which Nigerians frame and discuss it – it is...

Climate change threatens Coffee production in Africa

BY TISH OUMA EAST Africa has always dominated production of coffee in Africa, however, concerns have risen over climate change that is threatening to cripple the sector.

The Nigerian refugee who saved her daughters from FGM

BY Cathleen Miller Odachi* secretly saved money for her daughters' UK flights to save them from FGM but had to leave her son behind. To...

Ethiopia’s bewilderment amid Abiy’s reform

By Kiram Tadesse Ever since Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed came into power a year ago he has been the centre of attraction in Ethiopia’s political order. 

Interview with Mr. Mahaman Laouan Gaya, Secretary General of the African Petroleum Producers’ Organization...

The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) was launched in Niamey (Republic of Niger) on July 7th, 2019. What place can African oil have in this vast area?

INTERVIEW: South Africans complain, but Shoprite, Multichoice are also taking our jobs – Abike...

BY MONTAGE AFRICA MEDIA The killing of Nigerians in South Africa is a sore point in the relationship between the country and Nigeria. Since 2016, 118 Nigerians have...

INTERVIEW WITH AMBASSADOR BABAGANA KINGIBE

BY MONTAGE AFRICA MEDIA The history of June 12 goes back to the early 90s, 1993 precisely when the military administration of Gen. Ibrahim Babangida announced the result...

Low Intra-Africa Trade Worrying

By Mandla Tshuma DESPITE the African continent having long been liberated from colonialism, with South Africa, the last country to attain independence, now enjoying 25 years of democracy,...

Informal money-changers face challenges but not out

By Ray Matikinye BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe. Government’s decision to demonetize a bouquet of foreign currencies rand as forms of legal tender and officially revert to the Zimbabwean “surrogate” bond...

Malawi’s tough task of reviving its railway sector

By Maston Kaiya DEVELOPED in 1908, Malawi’s railway system should be a pillar of the country’s transport sector but for over two decades, the network has become a...

WHY THE CASES OF EBOLA IN GOMA WORRY THE WORLD

By Gabrielle Nina Mitch THE eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is facing a mounting security challenge as it been ravaged by the Ebola virus...

Relatives fly to Singapore to bring Robert Mugabe home

By Agencies Close relatives and government officials flew out of Zimbabwe on Monday to collect the body of ex-president Robert Mugabe from Singapore where he died last week, his...

South Sudan: Riek Machar returns to Juba again for talks

DIBIE IKE Michael with DENG MACHOL, South Sudan ex— rebel leader Riek Machar On Monday arrived in Juba, South Sudan where he met President Salva Kiir in an effort...

South Sudan’s Kiir, Machar meeting to revive stalled peace deal

by Agencies South Sudan’s political rivals, president Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar, are scheduled to meet today, as they seek ways to implement a peace deal signed...