2012-03-15 10:25:13African Democracies 'Represent the Future,' Says U.S. Policymaker[allAfrica.com]
Washington, DC -
Promoting democracy in Africa has been a policy focus for successive U.S. administrations in the post-Cold War era. Since President Barack Obama took office in 2009, the American government has provided some form of backing for many of the two dozen presidential elections and several dozen national and local legislative polls that have been held across the continent.
Saturday, 12-20-14, 15:01Jonglei State Residents Rally for Peace[Sudan Tribune]Bor -Hundreds of people rallied on the streets of Jonglei state capital Bor on Friday calling for peace after a year of violent conflict in the young nation.
Saturday, 12-20-14, 14:59Govt, China Sign Agreement On Mobile Solar Power Systems[Malawi News Agency]The Governments of Malawi and the Peoples Republic of China on Friday signed an agreement for the provision of mobile solar power systems worth about K5 billion to be used in the health sector in the country.
Saturday, 12-20-14, 14:44Uhuru Signs Controversial Security Act[The Star]PRESIDENT Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday signed into law a divisive security Bill introducing sweeping powers to fight terrorism.