Sierra Leone President Rtd. Brig. Julius Maada Bio has called on the United Nations to address this longstanding injustice and imbalance perpetuated in the present configuration of the Security Council.
CHRDA condemns Cameroon governments travel permits requirements and restrictions in Anglophones regions
The Center for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA) has strongly condemned the decision by the Cameroonian Government to issue a travel restriction among Anglophones in the North west region and implores the government to start an all-inclusive dialogue to end the deadly crisis.
Beijing’s cumulative loans to Africa since 2000 amounted to $124-billion by 2016, according to figures compiled by the China-Africa Research Initiative (CARI).
The Gambia’s Finance Minister, Amadou Sanneh, began the daunting task of rebuilding its devastated economy only days after his release from prison under the old regime.
Over the past fortnight, Uganda has been convulsed by the fallout from the arrest of opposition MP Robert Kyagulanyi – better known as Afro-beat pop superstar Bobi Wine.
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s late night announcement that the government was going to push ahead with implementing a decision taken by the African National Congress (ANC) at its national conference last year to expropriate land without compensation has set the cat among the pigeons. Author… Read More ›
President Julius Maada Bio has officially opened a three-day induction for Ambassadors, High Commissioners and Financial Attaches, noting that “the idea to prepare them for a new life is very important”. In his keynote address at the Conference Hall on… Read More ›