Daylight Africa

By IndepthAfrica
In Daylight Africa
Feb 26th, 2012
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Dakar – Polling stations have started closing and election monitors in Senegal are now counting ballots from a vote that has tested the nation’s image as one of the continent’s oldest and most robust democracies. Sunday’s election follows weeks of protests after the country...
By IndepthAfrica
In Daylight Africa
Jan 20th, 2012
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ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, January 20, 2012/African Press Organization (APO)/ — The Pan-African Parliament (PAP) today considered the State of the African Union Commission (AUC) address by its Chairperson, H.E. Dr Jean Ping, read out on his behalf by H.E. Elham Ibrahim, Commissioner for Infrastruct...
By benim
In Daylight Africa
Nov 23rd, 2011
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NOTE:  “Not all Nigerians are criminals” “Attention, this is the final warning you are going to receive from me do you get me?” And so begins another long-winded, grammatically challenged attempt by tenacious Nigerian cybercriminals to trick Americans into wiring payments to a...
By benim
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Oct 28th, 2011
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The United Nations Security Council has decided by a unanimous vote to end international military operations in Libya by Monday, October 31, 2011. Feeling complacent that its mission to “protect civilians” has been accomplished, the Council thinks that the Libyan situation should now be in the hands ...
By benim
In Analysis
Oct 3rd, 2011
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Meles uses brute force at home and a massive PR machine abroad to crowd out the opposition and to hide his evil empire. Until their fall many evil geniuses like Ivan the Terrible, Pol Pot, Idi Amin, and Leopold II of Belgium exhibited similar behavior. Internationally, far too many individuals have b...
By benim
In Daylight Africa
Oct 3rd, 2011
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Julius Malema. Yes, him. It’s difficult to think of someone who has made as many enemies as he has in such a short time. Okay, maybe Jimmy Manyi. Or perhaps, going back a bit, Butana Khompela. But when it comes to the sheer speed of creating enemies, and thus friends of your earlier enemies but [&hel...
By benim
In Daylight Africa
Oct 3rd, 2011
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Nana Konadu Agyemang-Rawlings has carried her self-seeking agenda to a new level. This time, it is a case of pure blackmail against the Mills-led government. The gist? “No Rawlings, no vote!” As part of her “Thank You” tours around the country, she landed at Tamale over the weekend. Before she delive...
By benim
In Daylight Africa
Oct 3rd, 2011
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Unless the army postpones elections, it looks increasingly likely that the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party will gain considerable influence on the new government, if not win an outright majority, in November. There is a great deal of anxiety in the U.S. about the possibility of a...
By benim
In Analysis
Sep 15th, 2011
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One peculiar fact about former President Kufuor is that he is not a good speaker. He lacks the flourish that characterizes the rhetorical manouevres of political figures who captivate their audiences with their speeches. He is more admirable for being a careful listener and thinker. That is why when ...
By benim
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Sep 7th, 2011
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The recently released, and long awaited, Wikileaks Files on Ethiopia expose the lies used to justify UN inSecurity Council Sanctions in force against the little Horn of African country Eritrea. It has been over four years since the USA and it’s vassals at the UN began bellowing charges that Eritrea w...