Is Your President on the ICC’s Most Wanted list OR on the list of Greatest African Presidents of all time? Where does he belong?
We try to bring to you the Greatest 10 African leaders of All Time and their Notable achievements, however, if your president is not included in this list, don’t call it a mistake, NO, we knew why he isn’t supposed to be on the list, may be because he has done nothing for his country or because he likes vote malpractices like primary school kids who even cheat other’s names or may be your president likes shedding blood to innocent nationals and so, he should do something so great so that we can treat him as our hero but not as a curse.
Intelligence briefing from reliable sources, nobody is on a safe side. During the yesterday’s visit to Kenya, while having dinner with President Uhuru Kenyatta, General Museveni pulled his chair and whispered something to the ears of his host.
At least 70 Al-Shabaab militants have been killed and 30 others captured in heavy fightings by Somalia’s Puntland forces in the past four days, officials said on Monday.
The US Air Force has reportedly dropped 251 bombs and missiles targeting mainly the loyalists of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group in Afghanistan during the months of January and February.
It’s believed that a yellow fever epidemic has killed 158 people in Angola; with more than 50 deaths occurring last month alone, reports the World Health Organization officials.
Ethiopia’s leader has called upon the world rescue agencies to come donate and rescue the Ethiopian population with food aid after the country has been hit by a strong drought that has left 10 million of the population suffering with hunger and it’s negative impacts.
President Yoweri Museveni has commended the late Christopher Kassami, former Secretary to the Treasury, for the key role that he played in the revival of the national economy that had collapsed in the 1980s before the National Resistance Movement (NRM) took over power in 1986.
Burundi Most Miserable Nation in World, Report says. Togo, Benin, Rwanda, Guinea, Liberia, Tanzania, doing badly too
The World Happiness Report seeks to quantify happiness as a means of making societies healthier and more efficient.
Human Rights Watch welcomes the adoption of the outcome of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Rwanda, which comes at a critical time. At the end of 2015, Rwanda revised its constitution to allow President Paul Kagame to run for a third term in the 2017 elections.
Sitting in congestion means you are being exposed to between 5 and 15 times as much pollution as walkers and cyclists on busy roads. It leaves an unpleasant taste in the mouth, both metaphorically and literally.
South Africa Registers an Estimation of 700% higher than in any other Country in the World, Civil Rights Group
JOHANNESBURG, Four more people have been murdered on a farm near Johannesburg, indicating the escalating of farm attacks in South Africa, a civil rights organization said on Saturday.
Rwandan president Paul Kagame recently confirmed that he will seek a third term in 2017 after more than 98% of Rwandans voted in a referendum to lift the presidential term limit.
The number of road fatalities has risen to 3,282 this year alone, which is 21% increase to those recorded same time last year.
Until this month, Rwanda was one of only eight countries that recognized the right of individuals to file complaints directly with the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights. But just before the court was due to hear a complaint against Rwanda, the government announced it was withdrawing its declaration allowing individuals to file complaints.
Should Paul Kagame be backed for providing stability and prosperity or condemned for stifling democracy?
Thirty four countries, 27 of them in Africa do not have enough food for their people because of conflicts, drought and flooding, according to a United Nations report issued Wednesday
“Bad News: Last Journalists in a Dictatorship”
In the early 1990s, the world watched in horror as Hutus and Tutsis slaughtered each other in Rwanda.
A group calling itself “We Save Uganda Now (SUN)” says it has officially launched a guerrilla war to end the 30-year rule of President Yoweri Museveni.
Kenya, East Africa’s biggest economy, holds the dubious distinction of being the country with the largest number of unemployed youth in the region, a new World Bank report says.
Women have long played a dominant role in agriculture in Ivory Coast and in the sprawling markets where most Ivorians purchase their daily necessities.
With tension remaining high in Burundi, the number of people who have sought shelter in neighbouring states has now passed the 250,000 mark, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency notes, cautioning that people continue to flee and numbers could rise further.
Sexual abuse of women in Nigeria has always been topical, but the degree of institutional and societal response to the malaise has largely remained incommensurate,
Rwanda has surpassed its financial inclusion targets with more than 89 per cent of adult population accessing financial services, a new FinScope survey 2016 shows.
At least 50,000 people have been killed in South Sudan’s two-year civil war, a senior United Nations official said on Wednesday, a five-fold increase in the death toll given by humanitarian agencies in the early months of the conflict.
Kampala: Six cases of the mutilation and murder of children as “good luck” sacrifices were reported during the recent Ugandan elections, a children’s charity said.
One in every five phones sold in Kenya this year, will be a used phone from the $17 billion ‘black market’, impacting negatively on phone vendors, says a new report.
KAMPALA, UGANDA, "In the past you could get away with imprisoning and killing everyone," said Ugandan lawyer and poet Kabumba Busingye. "Now it has become much more difficult to be a dictator."
Japan’s population has fallen by nearly one million, according to new statistics the first decline since official census records began in the 1920s.
Cricket is the fastest growing sport in Rwanda, with over 7,000 active members in the community, in 1994, the tiny central African country of Rwanda witnessed one of the most brutal genocides in the continent’s history.
Kampala is the best East African capital city to live in, according to the latest Quality of Life Survey in the world’s 230 top cities conducted by Mercer.
Reports from India indicate that tourists from the Asian country who visited Rwanda increased by more than 30 times last year, from just 400 visitors in 2014 to 14,000 in 2015.
Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. His Highness the Aga Khan, has commended Africa’s resilience, economic progress and new willingness to accept diversity.
Aid & development links: Cyclone Winston, military aid, saving Rwanda’s babies, solar clean water and more
As a devastated Fiji begins to take stock in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Winston, the largest tropical storm on record in the Southern Hemisphere that hit on Saturday, the death toll has risen to at least 10.
IOM Responds to Humanitarian Needs After 40,000 People Flee Malakal Site Due To Fighting in South Sudan, Report
As a result of fighting that erupted in the Malakal Protection of Civilian (PoC) site in Malakal, South Sudan, at least 18 people were killed, two of them MSF South Sudanese staff members who were attacked in their homes.
Voting has officially begun in Uganda’s presidential and parliamentary elections, but voters are facing long lines and delayed openings at some polling stations Thursday because of late ballot deliveries.
The greatest joy of every mother is certainly giving birth to a live and kicking baby; again, there is nothing more important than the health and happiness of new born baby and what they experience in their early years is thrilling.
Close to 100 elephants were killed in Zimbabwe in 2015, with poachers increasingly turning to use of chemicals to kill the jumbos, a senior official has said.
On a cloudy Kampala day last week, I witnessed an exceedingly rare development.
The opposition candidate in Uganda’s election was campaigning in the Makindye neighbourhood of the capital and, when he arrived, people surged forward.
10 February 2016 El Niño conditions have caused the lowest recorded rainfall between October and December across many regions of Southern Africa in at least 35 years, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has reported in its latest report.
Facebook on Tuesday released tips on ‘Safer Internet Day’ even as a survey by BBC Children Television stated that eight in every 10 underage children are on social media.