Ugandan Journalist Andrew Arinaitwe Detained On Cr

97% Of Firms In Africa To Exprience Tech Skills Challenge In 2023

Cathy Smith (Managing Director at SAP Africa)

About 97 per cent of organisations in Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and other parts of the region are projected to have a tech skills challenge in 2023. According to SAP Africa, which disclosed this ... Read more

Shocking: Ugandan First Lady Calls For Investigation Over Alleged Increased Gay Relationships In Schools

As reported by Lifesite News: The first lady and education minister of Uganda recently announced that her ministry is launching investigations into an alleged increase in homosexual practices in some ... Read more

Dooms Day: Kenyan Court allows registration of LGBTQ NGOs

Scoop World reported that the Kenyan Supreme Court has today ruled that the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (NGLHRC) must be allowed to officially register as a non-governmental organ ... Read more

Giving Hope To Zimbabwean Women Miners

A group of women miners at work in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwean women embrace jobs in the mining sector, thanks to incentives provided by the government and mining companies A group of women miners at work in Zimbabwe. Sporting a designer work suit, ... Read more

African Union; The Dream Vs. Reality

The predecessor of todays African Union, the Organization for African Unity, OAU, was launched in 1963 with the glorious goal of uniting Africans to help liberate the continent from colonialism. Unfor ... Read more

Eight Priorities For The African Union In 2023

[B]The African Union has more than a full plate of peace and security issues before it in the coming year. This briefing highlights eight conflict situations where its efforts can be of greatest help. ... Read more

Ugandan Journalist Andrew Arinaitwe

 Ugandan journalist Andrew Arinaitwe has been detained on criminal trespass charges. (Photo: Culton Scovia Nakamya)

Nairobi, March 10, 2023—Ugandan authorities should immediately release fre ...
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