The landlocked African country of Rwanda is poor. Nearly 60% of the population still lives below the poverty line. While poverty, hunger and diseases are ravaging the country, with the country aspiring Middle class being wiped out, the Kagames have continued to embezzle the poverty stricken country at an industrial …Read More »
By: Aljazeera Al Hadath TV says an unidentified military force besieged the prime minister’s home and placed him under house arrest early on Monday. Military forces in Sudan have arrested several members of the country’s civilian leadership and put Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok under house arrest, according to Al-Hadath TV. …Read More »
By: AFP Mali’s interim president Colonel Assimi Goita, who took power in June after leading a coup – the second in less than a year – is safe after what his office has called an assassination attempt. Two men, one with a knife, attacked Goita Tuesday after prayers at the …Read More »
Kagame Put Ramaphosa Under Surveillance while the Rwandan Strongman Sought to Normalize Relations with South Africa.
By: Dr David Himbara In 2018–2019, General Paul Kagame was pushing hard to fix the broken relations between Rwanda and South Africa. And the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa was warming to the idea of normalizing the relations. Ramaphosa announced during his visit to Rwanda that he and his Rwandan …Read More »
Kagame has seized SADC’s leading role in the Mozambican war effort. The Rwandan military is already on the battlefield. But the SADC standby force under whose mandate Rwanda was to deploy has yet to be allowed to enter Mozambique.
By: Dr David Himbara South Africa’s defence minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has dropped a bombshell. She revealed that the SADC standby force that was given the mandate to recapture the territory overran by Mozambican rebels is unable to enter Mozambique. President Filip Nyusi has yet to give the South African-led SADC …Read More »
By Lesley Wroughton and Max Bearak (Washington Post) After months of brazenly defying court orders to appear in front of a sprawling corruption investigation spanning his nine years as president, South Africa’s top court ruled on Tuesday that Jacob Zuma was in contempt and handed him a 15-month prison sentence. …Read More »
By: Chris Mfula LUSAKA, June 17 (Reuters) – Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia’s founding president who led his country for 27 years and championed Africa’s struggles against apartheid and HIV/AIDS, has died at the age of 97. “KK”, as he was popularly known, was being treated for pneumonia at the Maina Soko …Read More »
Zambia President Edgar Lungu collapsed on Sunday, June 13, 2021, during a Defence Force Day event over “dizziness”, the government has said. The President was forced to cut short his presence and return to the State House, with the secretary to the cabinet Dr Simon Miti announcing that he is …Read More »
By: Ijisho ry’ Abaryankuna PRESS RELEASE Issued on 28 May 2021 CALLING FOR MOBILIZATION TO SUPPORT NTAMUHANGA CASSIEN On Monday May 24 2021, we, the Rwandan Alliance for the National Pact (RANP-Abaryankuna, learned that Mr Cassien NTAMUHANGA who is a founding member of our organization, was arrested in Mozambique. On …Read More »
NEW YORK (May 25, 2021) – This week, the Human Rights Foundation (HRF) sent a letter to the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) Commissioner, Adam Silver, expressing concern about the NBA’s partnership with Rwanda’s dictator, Paul Kagame, to grow professional basketball in Africa by hosting the inaugural season of its Basketball …Read More »