Category Archives: Legal-Judicial

Not All Kenyans Happy About New Railway

NAIROBI – While some Kenyans are celebrating the second phase of a cross-country Chinese-built railway line, others are angry about what the railway has cost them: their land and their homes.

Along the newly launched railway line, in Ongata Rongai,

Not All Kenyans Happy About New Railway

NAIROBI – While some Kenyans are celebrating the second phase of a cross-country Chinese-built railway line, others are angry about what the railway has cost them: their land and their homes.

Along the newly launched railway line, in Ongata Rongai,

Psychological Care Lacking in Cameroon’s Separatist Conflict

BABUNGO, CAMEROON – Cameroon’s three-year separatist conflict has left close to 3,000 people dead and growing numbers in need of psychological care. An influx of people impacted by the conflict are flooding into trauma centers across the English-speaking regions

IMF Warns Global Outlook ‘Precarious,’ No Room for Policy Mistakes

WASHINGTON The world economy is slowing to its weakest pace since the global financial crisis, as the USChina trade war undercuts business confidence and investment, the IMF said Tuesday.

It warned that the outlook is beset by risks, and urged

Africa’s New White Meat: Rabbit

JOHANNESBURG – Rabbit meat is a slowly growing part of Africa’s diet, with a burgeoning industry in South Africa and Nigeria, and a group of hardcore rabbit farmers promoting the meat as cheap, healthy and environmentally friendly. But will it

Mozambique Elections Key to Country’s Peace and Stability

MAPUTO – Mozambique’s elections on Tuesday are almost certain to be won by the ruling party, Frelimo, and President Filipe Nyusi � but it is unclear if the results will establish badly-needed stability and economic growth.

Mozambique, with a population …