In what has been deemed as dangerous rhetoric that has fostered acts of violence against migrants, many Tunisians have taken to the streets to protest President Kais Saied's strong remarks. It all began on the 21st of February when President Saied commanded security forces to expel all illegal migrants as
We believe we speak on behalf of everyone when we say that this Cabinet reshuffle was long over-due. Without further ado, we shall get straight into the appointments made by the President on the 6th of march. Ministerial Appointments Minister in the Presidency,Ms Khumbudzo Ntshavheni. Minister in the Presidency
Breaking News: In what has become one of the most trending developments, Al Jazeera has put on hold the broadcasting of the much-anticipated documentary which is the result of a two-year investigation of corruption, money laundering and gold smuggling involving Zimbabwe government officials and their affiliates. One can only wonder
CAUGHT IN 4K: Keen-eyed individuals at the ZimEye have found this defensive Herald article with regard to the Al Jazeera investigative documentary. The Herald article attacking @AJEnglish over the March 2 documentary has been deleted. Why the fidgeting @HeraldZimbabwe ? pic.twitter.com/qHZEc2I1Pm — Simba Chikanza (@schikanza) February 28, 2023 And
The season is upon us and we observe carefully as 7 countries take to the ballot to decide their respective futures. The state of African politics remains uncertain as underdevelopment, corruption, and weak democratic institutions remain the root cause stifling growth on the continent. On a positive note, Zambia has
We ought not to assume that African leaders who refuse to step down in the midst of serious and heinous allegations are strong-willed or resilient, if anything such behavior stems from one placing themself above the law, the politician becomes the ends, while the state is reduced to being the means.