China denies spying African Union headquarters China and the African Union leaders have refuted a report that Beijing espionaged for years on the African Union headquarters through computer systems it helped establish.
Guterres applauds the need for strong AU-UN cooperation in achieving human rights and good governance. UN News - Strengthening the partnership between Africa and the United Nations as “solid, and grounded on sound principles of human rights and good governance,” Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres told leaders gathered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for the African Union Summit,… Continue reading Antonio Guterres – African Union Summit
Liberia's President George Weah slashes his salary in an effort to change 'racist' constitution Liberia - During a nation wide address, the Liberia’s new president, George Weah was concerns that tough times ahead for a “broke” country and has pledged to cut down his own salary by a quarter to set a crackdown mode on… Continue reading Liberia’s president on tackling endemic corruption.
The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the US Government’s development finance institution, has announced the opening of its first-ever East Africa office, located in Nairobi, Kenya, with Suresh Samuel as Managing Director. East Africa is a fast growing region and need for investment in power, infrastructure, water, agriculture, and other development sectors is growing - Africa… Continue reading OPIC opens first office in East Africa
While following current news, I am knocked out once again with the never ending mayhem in Libya and Syria. For quite some time, there has been remarkable media attention in those countries and the world is submerged here. Not to mention anxiety in Euro zone following Turkey, France and Brussels recent terror attacks. But, Africa… Continue reading Signs That Africa Should Invest In Terrorism