South Sudanese leaders should not undermine their efforts to bring an end to the country’s devastating conflict with an amnesty for war crimes and crimes against humanity, Human Rights Watch said.
Newly approved Chairman of the Public Service Commission, Kalilu Umar Bah, and two other commissioners, Muhamed Rakkalonko Koroma and Alhaji Banie Eillah Seisay, have today subscribed to the oath of office in accordance with Section 151(8) of the Constitution of… Read More ›
Several countries in Africa, including Zimbabwe, Mali, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Cameroon, hold crucial elections this year. Some of the polls are likely to be marked by protests as well as clampdowns on dissenting voices as well as… Read More ›
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed so far has shown that he is a different breed. It’s as though he came already conscious of the abject failure of displays of strength, aloofness and fear in leadership role.
His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio has joined other Heads of State and Government at the ECOWAS-ECCAS Summit in Lomé, Togo, to fight the growing threat of terrorism in West Africa and Central Africa.
Comoros: AU chairperson urges stakeholders to refrain from actions that can further complicate the current political situation
As voters in the Comoros go to the polls on Monday for referendum clouded by political tension and a clampdown and an attempted assassination just days before the vote, the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, has urged… Read More ›
Government and opposition must ‘respect the rule of law and human rights’ in Comoros, as referendum looms: Guterres
The recent infringement of democratic rights and civil liberties in the Indian Ocean archipelago of the Comoros, ahead of a vote on constitutional reform, is a source of concern said United Nations chiefAntónio Guterres on Sunday. In a statement issued by his Deputy… Read More ›