A Kenyan foreign ministry communique has clarified newly elected President William Ruto's tweet on rescinding recognition for the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) was arbitrary and has no bearing on Kenya’s foreign policy, reports Pavan Kulkarni of Peoples Dispatch.
It is time we knew who the masters of South African media really are, write Phillip Dexter and Roscoe Palm of Pan-African Institute for Socialism.
The U.S. military launched 469 foreign interventions since 1798, including 251 since the end of the first cold war in 1991, according to official Congressional Research Service data. Benjamin Norton reports for Multipolarista.
Rural Kenyans said they have been attacked while struggling for land in central Kenya since the 1960s. Land struggles between squatters and deed holders have continued unabated since Kenya's 1963 independence from the British empire. Shadrack Omuka reports.
Toward Freedom seeks to hire an Africa Editorial Consultant with experience in journalism to help develop a remote Africa Bureau.
Ethiopian Advocacy Organizations Worldwide (EAOW) passed a resolution September 2 calling for peace in light of Western support for the Tigray People's Liberation Front, reports People's Dispatch.