Glasgow 2014: the friendly games and Africa

Some names to inspire and follow at the Games   Adrien Niyonshuti: “These people came to my home and my school and killed my family” Country: Rwanda Sport: Road cycling Competition dates: 31 July & 3 August Competition venue: Glasgow...

Sierra Leone: Towards getting politics right

By Charles Davies The Constitutional Review Commission must be seen as an opportunity to change the current system of government and replacing it with a system that will make governance better.  To that extent, the APC government of President Ernest...

President Koroma upbeat about the future

President Ernest Bai Koroma, upbeat about the future and the uber development in Sierra Leone. The Constitutional Review Commission will only serve to make politics better. Full interview only on: newafricaanalysis.co.uk soon, and NAA relaunched magazine edition July 2014.

Al Jazeera challenges Rwandan president on murder accusations

Rwandan president Paul Kagame has defended his record in office and denied any role in the murder of a senior official in his office during an exclusive interview with Al Jazeera’s People and Power. Renowned journalist Sorious Samura interviewed the leader on the 20th anniversary...

Egypt’s Solvency Crisis

Contingency Planning Memorandum By Steven A. Cook, Hasib J. Sabbagh Egypt is experiencing a deep economic crisis. The country’s foreign currency reserves are less than half of what they were before the January 2011 uprising, threatening Egypt’s ability to pay...

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Glasgow 2014: the friendly games and Africa

by - 23rd July 2014

Some names to inspire and follow at the Games   Adrien Niyonshuti: “These people came...

Glasgow 2014: the friendly games and Africa

Some names to inspire and follow at the Games   Adrien Niyonshuti: “These people came to my home and my school...

by - 23rd July 2014

The Paralympics, Africa And The Disabled

The often forgotten Paralympic Games hardly stirs up the same level of excitement as the Olympics, and to some African spectators,...

by - 7th September 2012

Bekoji: Town of runners

Bekoji: Town of Runners What would the Olympics be without Ethiopian athletes being featured among the medallists of the middle and...

by - 15th July 2011

World Vision at Girl Summit 2014

Children’s charity World Vision UK today committed to scale up its work to protect girls from the fear of child marriage...

by - 22nd July 2014

Jhikoman & Afrikabisa band

Jhikoman is a well-known Tanzanian reggae artist. His unique singing style and lyrics have been touching people since 1994. He’s produced...

by - 19th July 2014

Amazing African stories on your screen

A world first will be taking place this month when a full week of African documentary films are broadcast across sub-Saharan...

by - 19th July 2014

AfriDocs Film Week

AfriDocs Film Week 21-27 July 2014 Sub-Saharan Africa Broadcast in association with channel ED and the Durban International Film Festival A...

by - 7th July 2014

World Vision at Girl Summit 2014

Children’s charity World Vision UK today committed to scale up its work to protect girls from the fear of child marriage...

by - 22nd July 2014

Gemalto joins mHealth Initiative

A mobile ecosystem that aims to improve maternal and child health and nutrition in sub-Saharan Africa AMSTERDAM, Netherlands,July 15, 2014: Gemalto...

by - 15th July 2014

mDiabetes program in Senegal

mDiabetes program: Mobile technologies are catalysts for development in Senegal Alcatel-Lucent attended the ceremony for launching the m-Ramadan campaign, which originated...

by - 7th July 2014

Ebola outbreak: British Red Cross in Sierra Leone

The British Red Cross has deployed a health delegate to Sierra Leone in response to the increasing number of Ebola cases...

by - 7th June 2014