2012-02-03 11:08:35Radio Journalist Threatened and Tortured for 24 Hours[RSF]
Reporters Without Borders roundly condemns radio journalist Farah Abadid Hildid's abduction by the police yesterday and the threats and torture to which he was subjected during the 24 hours he was held. Hildid works for La Voix de Djibouti, a radio station that broadcasts on the shortwave from Europe and is now also available on the Internet.
Saturday, 03-28-15, 14:26Why Nigeria's Election Matters for Africa[African Arguments] This week's election in Nigeria is the most important African event of the decade. The 'Africa Rising' story can only continue if the continent's biggest economy is stable and its rulers can transform the lives of its 174 million people, as well as the region and the entire continent.
Saturday, 03-28-15, 13:22Non-Resident President Off to Ethiopia[New Zimbabwe] SINCE his January return from the Far East where he had his annual holiday, President Robert Mugabe, who turned 91 this year, has been to several countries.
Saturday, 03-28-15, 10:43Zambia Side Snatches Akwa Star[Independent (Lagos)] Six-time Zambian champions, ZANACO, has snatched former Akwa United striker, Utibe Archibong, to boost its strike force in the Zambian League having successfully completed all due process.