Last year, I disagreed with Malusi Gigaba’s decision to bar the homophobic preacher Steven Anderson from entering the country. One of the arguments I made was that it’s good to be able to identify and expose bigots like him and his supporters, and that we can use occasions like this to demonstrate the weakness ofREAD MORE
#Sidebar It's the job of all MPs, not just those who are not members of the President's party, to check the Executive and hold it to account. @HonAdenDuale et al have abandoned their posts when they say their job is to ensure that @UKenyatta's agenda is passed. @KenMijungu
If you are interested in applying for the 2019 Mandela Washington Fellowship and you live on the Copperbelt, there will be a meeting at the American Corner at CBU in Kitwe on Thursday 27 September 2018 where alumni and US Embassy officials will guide on the process.
If you are interested in applying for the 2019 Mandela Washington Fellowship and you live on the Copperbelt, there will be a meeting at the American Corner at CBU in Kitwe on Thursday 27 September 2018 where alumni... facebook.com/1063898…
Phenomenal investigative piece by @BBCAfrica #BBCAfricaEye. In Cameroon, 2 women & 2 children are led away by soldiers, blindfolded, forced to the ground, and shot 22 times. At first, govt called it fake news.😢😠 Full piece: youtu.be/XbnLkc6r3yc pic.twitter.com/XM34…
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