SA-Based Entertainment Guru Mourns Joe ‘The Ambassador’ Chibangu

[Zambia Reports] Zambians across the globe have taken to social media to mourn talented singer Joe “The Ambassador” Chibangu after the shock news of his demise borke yesterday.

[Zambia Reports] Zambians across the globe have taken to social media to mourn talented singer Joe "The Ambassador" Chibangu after the shock news of his demise borke yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Why Nigerians Should Not Protest

[Daily Trust] The president is sick. We know this because of how many times he has had to shut down and go to London. And I blame Nigerians for this. I blame Nigerians for their expectations and suffering. I blame Nigerians for being insensitive and sh…

[Daily Trust] The president is sick. We know this because of how many times he has had to shut down and go to London. And I blame Nigerians for this. I blame Nigerians for their expectations and suffering. I blame Nigerians for being insensitive and showing their frustrations in public, thereby contributing to the destabilization of the country and economy. We all know that markets around the world are driven by confidence. The more people complain, the more the economy crumbles and of course, because Mr Buhari loves th

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

The End of an Era!! Two Scores and Two – Gambians Have Spoken!!

[Foroyaa] No single epoch in history has ever led tidily on to another. Each era, carries with it a burden of the past, a mentality, perhaps, a set of paradigms, ideas, values, sets of beliefs even bits and bobs of an outmoded mode of production. Such …

[Foroyaa] No single epoch in history has ever led tidily on to another. Each era, carries with it a burden of the past, a mentality, perhaps, a set of paradigms, ideas, values, sets of beliefs even bits and bobs of an outmoded mode of production. Such changes, are inevitable and will occur because they are thrown up by specific historical circumstances. We see it daily all around us because life itself is a moving and changing dynamic entity.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Apprentice Flogged At Fajara Barracks

[Foroyaa] Modou Bah, a 19 year old apprentice of a commercial van, has accused a senior military officer of flogging him at Fajara Barracks and inflicting severe injuries on him before his release last week.

[Foroyaa] Modou Bah, a 19 year old apprentice of a commercial van, has accused a senior military officer of flogging him at Fajara Barracks and inflicting severe injuries on him before his release last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

How Greed, Money Crushed Uganda Cranes Afcon Hopes

[Monitor] Kampala -As the Uganda Cranes dazzled millions of TV viewers across the continent and at home after nearly 40 years absence at Africa’s premier sports event, the team’s failure to win any game in Gabon had as much to do with the strengths of …

[Monitor] Kampala -As the Uganda Cranes dazzled millions of TV viewers across the continent and at home after nearly 40 years absence at Africa's premier sports event, the team's failure to win any game in Gabon had as much to do with the strengths of their opponents as the indiscipline in the camp, Saturday Monitor has learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda