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07Feb 2016
Anne Kiruku
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Wowen in Perspective

It is electioneering season once again across the region: A time when gender bias is made manifest without the slightest tinge of shame, especially by male politicians. This agenda is being...

07Feb 2016
Isaac Mwangi
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Whispers

Election fever simply won’t leave East Africa alone: After last year’s debacle in Burundi and the hotly-contested Tanzanian polls, it is now Uganda’s turn. As a result, election observers from the...

07Feb 2016
Mboneko Munyaga
Guardian On Sunday
Justice Africa

Former dictator, Hissene Habre (74) was President of Chad from 1982 - 90 during which an estimated 40,000 people were executed in politically motivated killings and some 200,000 others tortured in...

06Feb 2016
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian
Feature

A long lasting solution to the age old Zanzibar government versus opposition conflict is yet around the corner.

06Feb 2016
Correpondent
The Guardian
Commentary

Getting more Africans online will require not only drones and lasers — to name just two of the whiz-bang tools philanthro-capitalists want to use to expand access — but also a more grounded...

02Feb 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

THIS year, like 2015, promises to be yet another busy year in Africa's electoral democracy stakes. More than a third of the continent's 54 countries will conduct polls.

01Feb 2016
Editor
The Guardian
Commentary

THE former President Olusegun Obasanjo has written the National Assembly accusing the lawmakers of corruption, impunity, greed and of repeatedly breaking the nation's laws.

18Jan 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Commentary

A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to climb Mount Kilimanjaro using the Machame Route.

15Jan 2016
The Guardian
Commentary

NAPOLEON said that an army marches on it stomach. He meant, of course, that starving soldiers don’t win battles. In other words make sure you look after the troops, the foot soldiers.

08Jan 2016
The Guardian
Commentary

WHAT sort of city do we live in? I look around every day as I come and go from work. Every morning, it seems, new buildings reach upwards, threatening to pierce the clouds. Every night there is...

04Jan 2016
East African News Agency
The Guardian
Youth of The Week

It is ironic that in today’s world, nothing is as divisive as man’s beliefs in how he should reach out to God. Religion has been behind some of the worst conflicts and atrocities in history, and...

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