Indepth Africa news

By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Oct 12th, 2012
0 Comments
223 Views
The word Ethiopia names a country. It also names a people, the great people of the country called Ethiopia. To say the same thing in other words, it names a nation, the great nation composed of the great men and women of diverse ethnic origins and of different religious convictions. This piece addres...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Oct 10th, 2012
0 Comments
55 Views
Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, Thank you for being here today and thank you in particular to the Institute for Security Studies for so very kindly organising this important seminar. It is a great pleasure for me to talk to you to you on pressing issues relating to justice, peace and securit...
By IndepthAfrica
In News
Aug 28th, 2012
0 Comments
43 Views
The Senate yesterday faulted the new Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) currency policy and consequently asked it to stop the plan to introduce the N5,000 note immediately. The Senate also warned that no such policy that has far reaching implication on the people must be embarked on without its knowledge ...
By benim
In News
Oct 29th, 2010
0 Comments
563 Views
Mugabe’s machinery kicked into gear this week as the death certificate of his late bodyguard Cain Chademana was leaked to online media in an effort to discredit newspaper claims his wife, Grace, was having an affair with the Reserve Bank governor Gideon Gono. Over the weekend the South African Sunday...
By benim
In Article
Oct 29th, 2010
0 Comments
523 Views
HELLO! My name is Grace Mugabe, first lady and loving wife of one of Africa’s longest serving democratic presidents, Robert Gabriel Mugabe. I realise I am a favourite target for South African newspapers. It is a pity my husband’s government has had to shut down some Zimbabwean newspapers ...
By benim
In News
Oct 25th, 2010
0 Comments
513 Views
Zimbabwean exiles in the UK are to stage a demonstration against deportations at a meeting to be addressed by a senior Home Office official at Lancaster House in London on Wednesday, 27th October. Ironically it was at Lancaster House that the Independence Constitution was agreed under which Mugabe ca...
By benim
In
Oct 25th, 2010
0 Comments
29 Views
A multinational medical response has slowed deaths in a Haitian cholera epidemic that has killed more than 250 people so far, but the outbreak is likely to widen, a senior U.N. official said on Sunday. “We must gear up for a serious epidemic, even though we hope it won’t happen,” Ni...
By benim
In Article
Oct 23rd, 2010
0 Comments
553 Views
When President Robert Mugabe’s younger sister, Sabina, died in Harare after a short illness, pictures showed the 86-year-old president looking devastated at her funeral. * Dictator shattered by discovery * The trusted guard who spilled the beans has died suddenly But it may well have been more ...
By benim
In Benin
Oct 18th, 2010
1 Comment
458 Views
Flooding in the African nation of Benin has led to the deaths of at least 43 people and left about 98,000 people homeless. Nearly 360,000 people have been affected by the rains and floods, the United Nations said Monday. A cholera outbreak in Cotonou, a coastal city about 120 kilometers (75 miles) we...