Nelson Mandela: The Global Icon Goes Home
Mandela's work to end apartheid in South Africa and fight for peace and equality throughout the world has left an indelible imprint on the global community. By Chinua Akukwe.
Zimbabwe Food Security Threatened by Tobacco
Farmers in Zimbabwe are moving away from growing food crops and turning to tobacco, a trend that seriously threatens the country's food security. By Stephen Tsoroti.
DR Congo's Silent Ordeal
Brutal violence continues to ravage villages in the Democratic Republic of Congo, but the massacres have received very little attention in Western media.By Ruby Pratka.
U.S. Upgrades Its Relationship with Africa
The Obama administration has unveiled a new strategy that intends to shift the focus of its relationship with Africa from aid to sustainable development. By Chinua Akukwe.
Cheers for Hollande in Africa
Many Africans were excited to see French President Nicolas Sarkozy voted out of office, hopeful that François Hollande will better represent their interests.By Ruby Pratka.
Somalia: No Sovereignty without Security
Until the Somali National Security apparatus is able to stand strong on its own, Somalia will not be able to achieve full sovereignty. By Abukar Arman.
London Conference on Somalia
Although it succeeded in shining an international light on Somalia's ongoing conflict, the London conference failed in some respects to address dangerous issues of tribalism. By Said Liban.
The Need to "De-Nairobify" Somali Affairs
Water and Sanitation in Africa
Global Fund Fights AIDS, TB and Malaria
Investment in African Renewable Energy Ramps Up
Development Challenges for Africa in 2012
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