Saturday, September 21, 2019

Yes, we loved him once: Robert Mugabe Obituary

Obituary: Robert Gabriel Mugabe, 21 February 1924-6 September 2019 – By Wilf Mbanga William Shakespeare said it best in Julius Caesar: 'You all did love him once –...

Americans Began Moving to Ghana to Escape Racism at Home

African American Obadele Kambon has never looked back since moving to Ghana in 2008. He vowed to quit the US for West Africa after being...

Somaliland: ISCO Members Agree on Ground Rules for Platform

Independent Civil Society Organisations (ISCO Somaliland) member organizations, today, Saturday, agreed on ground rules which will regulate basic platform membership, good conduct, and governance...

US visa wrangle over Boris Johnson’s girlfriend Carrie Symonds is ‘unjust’

A visa wrangle which left Boris Johnson’s girlfriend facing a ban on travelling to the US was today described as “unfair and unjust”. Carrie Symonds was due...

Somalia: Amina Hagi Elmi – A lifetime of Preserving Refugee Women Dignity

When Mogadishu turned into a battleground for rival clan militias in early 1991, Amina Hagi Elmi was overwhelmed by a much more private conflict. Having...
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Somaliland: National Examination Board Announces Results for 2018/19

The Chairman of the National Examination Board of the Republic of Somaliland, Daud Ahmed Farah, declared that 92% of students who sat for secondary...

Free Association, Peace in Somaliland Contrast Diplomats Operating From Behind Fortified Walls in...

State Department's Overly Broad Travel Warnings Undermine US Mission BERBERA, SOMALILAND — To depart Mogadishu’s heavily-armed international airport — Somalia’s “green zone” — is an...

How schools are kept afloat in Somaliland

In 1991, following a civil war that led to the collapse of the Somali Democratic Republic, the northern part of the country declared itself as the...

Save the Children Reports ‘Somali’ Children Face High Rates of Abduction, Sexual Violence

Children in Somalia suffer from one of the highest rates of abduction, recruitment, and conflict-related sexual violence in the world, analysis from Save the...

Slavery-like Behaviour Resurfaces in the United States

Officers on horseback led a black suspect through the streets by rope. The chief apologized In a pair of photos, two white lawmen atop horses...

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Did President Farmajo of Somalia Cancel Planned Visit to U.S.?

Somalia President, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, has cancelled his planned trip to New York this week as the Horn of Africa nation faces political crisis...

The UAE Will Triumph Over Iran in the Next Middle Eastern War

As Iranian bluster again increases, it could very well be Abu Dhabi that teaches Tehran a permanent lesson. The eleventh annual Council on Foreign Relations’...

Somaliland: Frankincense Dates Back to Biblical Days

Franincense was as good as gold im ancient times Early civilizations used camels to transport frankincense along the global trade routes. It was one of...