• Malawi and Zambia Get Maized

    Malawi and Zambia Get Maized0

    This article was co-authored by  Jimmy Kainja from Malawi  Governments of Malawi and Zambia have come under fire over an alleged maize export scam of 100, 000 metric tons involving about US $13 million dollars. When the allegations of the scam surfaced, Malawi President Peter Mutharika appointed a Commission of Inquiry to probe into the

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  • A Re(turn) to Self-Censorship

    A Re(turn) to Self-Censorship1

    “For if they do these things when the tree is green, what will happen when it is dry?” – Jesus of Nazareth This blogger is about to close up shop. After ten years of exercising his constitutional right to freedom of expression by blogging, he no longer feels safe. Self-censorship, it seems, is now the

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  • Why Yahya Jammeh’s Ouster Was Not A Triumph For Democracy

    Why Yahya Jammeh’s Ouster Was Not A Triumph For Democracy0

    In an article published on Aljazeera, Solomon Ayele Dersso, a senior legal scholar and an analyst on Africa and African Union affairs, avers that the lesson from Gambia for African countries is that “not only should [the opposition and citizenry] forge unity during elections, but also prepare to work with regional and international bodies for

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  • Self-Financing to African Prosperity

    Self-Financing to African Prosperity0

    One of the biggest criticisms of the African Union (AU) has been that its funding is coming from outside of the continent. And because of that – the would be ‘Africa oriented’ programming is unable to be realized because when donors give money, they do have other agendas to fulfill. Typical of anyone that is

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