Jul 30th, 2013
This article is a reaction to Ato Abay Tsehaye’s planned lecture on democracy in a seminar to be organized “to train university presidents, deans and department heads at Civil Service University on policies, directions and leadership tactics.” The Sugar Corporation Director General told Walta Informa...
Feb 12th, 2013
document “Doing Business with a Dictatorship is a Risky Venture: Can an Outsider Ever Be Assured of Winning?” I would like to give a special thank you to the Centre For Social Development (CSD) in association with Indian Social Action Forum (INSAF), Popular Education and Action Centre (PEACE), and Th...
Dec 28th, 2012
By Luka Biong Deng Sudan like other nations will celebrate the New Year but it will uniquely celebrate its 57th anniversary of independence. The real question for the Sudanese people is what the future holds for them and whether the year 2013 will be the same year like previous years of shame and ago...
Oct 14th, 2012
BILL CORCORAN ANALYSIS: Zimbabwe’s ageing president has little traction with the vital youth demographic ZIMBABWEAN PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s appearance last week in a new music video is one of many recent indications that his Zanu-PF party views the youth vote as essential to success in next year’s ...
Mar 4th, 2011
Zimbabweans want a new election this year, despite violence it could unleash, while support for the opposition group that entered into power sharing with President Robert Mugabe has crumbled, a survey shows. Mugabe’s ZANU-PF party, in power since 1980, was forced into a power-sharing government...
In East Africa
Jan 17th, 2011
Freedom House, a group that tracks and monitors human rights abuses, is out with its latest Freedom in the World report, which describes Ethiopia as “Not Free”. This is a decline from a previous rating of “Partly Free”. The report said, the most significant setback occurred in...