Friday, November 16, 2018

Somaliland: 1500 to begin registration for National Service

According to an announce the Director of the National Service program, Mohamed Hussein ‘ Mu’addin’ made public, Wednesday, 1500 university graduates will begin registering...

Is Constitutional Reform Long Overdue in Somaliland?

Constitutional reform can help fulfil twin goals of ending political under-representation and cracking down on instability in Somaliland, writes Liban Ahmad. The Fifth Somaliland President,...

Somaliland: Are the UAE, DP World going back on Berbera development Abiy’s lead?

DP World downsizes in Berbera: In developing Somaliland's port, the Emirati operator is having to contend with the new political configurations in the Horn. Despite the...

Somaliland: These female doctors are changing the lives of fistula survivors

On one day in March dozens of people gathered in a hospital in Hargeisa, Somaliland. The bright room was decorated with flowers and banners...

IGAD, UN continue attempts to bridge gap between Somaliland, Somalia

Following up on earlier attempts to bridge a widening gap between the Republic of Somaliland and Somalia sides, a joint delegation of IGAD and...

The clamor for Horn of Africa ports

The region needs more ports, and there’s a race to build and control them. This February, the small African nation of Djibouti took control of...

Is Abiy’s ‘New Horn’ a plan to bring Somalia, Eritrea under him?

Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed indicated that the Horn of Africa will have one president “The New Horn” instead of three in a speech after...

Somaliland: President Bihi hiccups a mini, government reshuffle

His Excellency the President of the Republic of Somaliland, today, made a minor reshuffle that, however, affected three major ministries of his government.President Bihi...

IS IT TIME FOR THE WORLD TO RAISE THE SOMALILAND FLAG?

The self-declared state of Somaliland is stepping up its push for international recognition, warning that the world’s continued refusal to formally accept its independence...

Somaliland: Information ministry on a collision course with independent media

Following a case the Somaliland ministry of information filed against two independent television stations owned and registered in Somaliland, the Ministry exacerbated the situation...

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The most successful Somali people aren’t outside Africa

An aspiring entrepreneur Hodan Nalayeh felt Western media lacked nuance on Somalia and launched her own YouTube channel to counter oversimplified or exaggerated media...

‘Shelter homes:’ Understanding Imran Khan’s initiative for Pakistan’s homeless

Mian Shahbaz cannot say exactly how old he is or how long he has been living on the outskirts of Lahore’s iconic Data Darbar....

SEMG UN Report: What did it say about Somaliland?

The United Nation's Somalia and Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG) submitted its 2018 report to the Security Council earlier during the week. As usual, the report...