Young scholars have been pondering on this problematic that concerns ascertaining what now controls government action in Africa, is it the no-nonsense social media or the traditional houses of parliament
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Egypt, Algeria, Nigeria, South Africa, Morocco top the chat with the highest Facebook subscribers
Back in the days Pidgin English was considered as a language for the illiterate. It was used mostly to transmit
the word of God to the local population in west and some parts of central Africa as well as for business transaction even after the era of decolonization.
Eye witness account says the locally made explosive was carefully planted on police patrol path and subsequently went off Thursday September 21, 2017, leaving Three Police officers wounded and a Starlet spot vehicle destroyed at hospital roundabout in Bamenda.
According to CNN, the good news came as Google boss Sundar Pichai joined members of his executive team on his first visit to Nigeria as the company announced a series of products for the country, including YouTube Go, a platform where users with slow Internet can preview and save videos with little data.
“And this is what causes the regime to restrict internet access, tear down satellite dishes, shoot and kill unarmed university students and imprison political reformers”. click more to watch him speak
“If there is anything that is wrong with Cameroon, it’s because of the judiciary
Here is somebody who has privilege jurisdiction
This is somebody arrested without warrant
This is somebody who is not supposed to be detained on a Saturday
A divisive decision by an activist to set a CFA note on fire in Senegal has reignited a debate on the common currency and the influence France still holds over francophone Africa. Fresh protest against the CFA France has erupted in west Africa after Kemi Seba was arrested for setting fire to a 5,000 CFA note (equivalent to $9.20) on Aug. 19, in protest over “Francafrique”—France’s continued political and economic influence over its former African colonies.
University students from the EAC member states will start paying the same fees as citizens by the end of the year.
This means a Ugandan student enrolled in a Tanzanian university will pay the same fees as a Tanzanian student.
This is part of plans by the Inter University Council of East Africa (IUCEA) to harmonize higher education in the region to increase student mobility.