Without the Torah, Bible, Quran, religions and Gods; there wouldn’t have been any justification for slavery, rape, slaughter, exploitation, of hundreds of millions of innocent men women and children around the world.
Kenyan presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta has told Al Jazeera that he will continue to appear before the ICC in the Hague even if he is elected president.
Henry Bonsu of VoxAfrica interviews Ghanaian-British filmmaker Roy Agyemang of Robert Mugabe: Villain or Hero?, a documentary film which reportedly premiered recently.
Sierra Leone is in preparations for its 3rd general election since the brutal 1991-2002 civil war, which killed more than 50,000 people, InformAfrica have gathered.
Egypt state news agency is reporting a deal signed over the weekend, in which Turkey agreed to issue $1 billion loan to Egypt, according to information gathered via Reuters.
It is unbelievable that a country like Egypt is seeking a $4.8 billion USD loan from the IMF to help cover the country’s budget deficits and/or avoid currency devaluation. Can the new Egyptian government be trusted?
Ghana will receive a grant of CHF 30 million (31.2 million USD) in budget support from Switzerland to help the West African country implement its growth strategy and fight poverty.
This year’s Africa Peace Award 2012 has been awarded to Ghana by the South Africa-based African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD).
The Kenyan government will set up a special oil fund to manage income from the petroleum reserves recently discovered in the Turkana County.