''Therefore, after careful consideration, I have decided it is in the best interests of Fifa and the AFC (Asian Football Confederation), for me to withdraw my candidacy for the Fifa Council and resign from my current football positions."
Sudan has opened up the borders of Hegleed in Sudan from the Bentiu in South Sudan in order to ease the flow of humanitarian aid. The border along Kosti in the side of Sudan and Renk in South Sudan has also been opened for the people to cross over and access aid, according to Ambassador Alyas.
“If they continue that policy, he would probably be the single largest producer of rice in the world, in about four years. The reason why I was so excited about that is that agriculture is cool, agriculture is a business…agriculture pays.”
There are 2.5 million African immigrants in the U.S., according to the Pew Research Center. When including the Caribbean, Latin America and other regions, there are as many as five million Black immigrants in America. People from Africa have the fastest growth rate of the immigrant groups in the U.
While appreciating that African problems need African solutions, the deputy prime minister said that it would only be better for African countries with such problems to try and seek help from colleague African nations.
Dr Wario appreciated the rich Sudan culture and said it will strengthen its cordial relations with Kenya. “Sudan offers the cradle of human kind and together with Kenya and Ethiopia provide a clear history of mankind”, he said.
The Ethiopian government is fully responsible for this totally preventable disaster. It was aware that the landfill was full to capacity but continued to use it regardless. It also let hundreds of people continue to live in close proximity to it”.
"We stand united in our appeal to all parties to facilitate immediate and safe access for humanitarian actors and to respect the humanitarian space'' the agencies said in a joint statement.
Across the region, people protesting to demand their rights were met with excessive force from security officers. In Ethiopia, more than 800 people were killed during months of protests against political exclusion and rising land grievances, especially in the Oromia region.
While the Rwandan government is to be commended for taking concrete steps to become an integral part of East Africa, all of us from this region should feel proud of the spread of a language that brings us together, promoting not only our distinct identity but also a shared heritage.
"If you look at the region, and countries such as Sudan, Ethiopia, Djibouti or Eritrea, there is a clear contrast. The election is impressive in the context.”
Farah, who moved to Britain aged eight, is at a training camp in Ethiopia as part of his preparations for August's World Championships in London, and is not planning to return to the US for a number of weeks.
The time for empty talk is over. Now arrives the hour of action. Do not allow anyone to tell you that it cannot be done. No challenge can match the heart and fight and spirit of America. We will not fail. Our country will thrive and prosper again.
In the cadence of an African-American preacher, Obama moved the nation with soaring rhetoric, before crashing both the Clinton Machine in the Democratic Party and, that historic November, the Republican Party.
With the tensions building up, at least 26,000 Gambians, fearful that violence could erupt, sought refuge in Senegal this week, but the army commander's statement has assured some countrymen that the soldiers won't enforce the defeated president's rule.
When the champion of democratisation looks the other way, presidents can get away with heinous crimes, in a replay of the cold war, when America used its might to advance the political interests of leaders allied with it, irrespective of the consequences for the country in question.
But that potential will be realized only if our democracy works. Only if our politics reflects the decency of the people. Only if all of us, regardless of our party affiliation or particular interest, help restore the sense of common purpose that we so badly need right now.
In the streets of Juba and across the vast country, the sense of entitlement is palpable amongst the superfluous military, some of whom you will see prancing the streets in well worn out slippers with all kind of military attire, leather strapped guns faithfully by their side.
However there those who feel that the solution to south Sudan will come from the people of south Sudan Republic by helping to make all parties come together and tolerated each in the peace talks sessions.
To all of the people who cheered us on, who gathered at rallies to show their support, and who queued in long lines to vote for me, I know that this is not the outcome that we wanted and hoped for, but I say to you that this day should not mark the defeat of your role in this nation’s political proc
USAID Mission Director Freeman emphasized the joint achievements of the EAC and USAID over the past two decades. “By simplifying customs and border procedures, we have facilitated faster, more affordable and predictable trade. We have increased investment by facilitating the closure of more internat
The Bondo based Prof. Okumu single-handedly negotiated peace between Nelson Mandela and the then Zulu leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi, allowing South Africa's independence elections that brought the African National Congress (ANC) to power.
“It's juvenile for Kenya to bloviate and withdraw troops from South Sudan because its force commander was sacked for incompetence,” said Prof. Makau Mutua, Kenya’s leading international law expert who teaches in the United States.
The revival of the commission, whose mandate overlaps EAC policy-making on trade, immigration and investment, was seen as a concession by Kenya which years back had threatened to implement closer integration with Rwanda and Uganda as Tanzania questioned some of EAC’s protocols.
A leftist, the president is very critical of current leadership in East Africa and has criticised the corruption in the region. During Tanzania's election of October 2015 that he won, all the region's presidents were believed to have supported his opponent Edward Lowassa.
Chinese Ambassador to Kenya Dr Liu Xianfa affirmed his country’s continued support for technical education saying that over the last three years, China has been at the forefront in stimulating economic growth through expertise development.
“I believe our entry into Ethiopia sends a powerful message to investors. Our presence signals that Ethiopia is open for business because we are standing beside them as a credible and internationally-respected insurer with an ‘A’ rating from S&P,” said Mr Otieno.
By insisting to stay on, Kabila is not only embarrassing himself and his country but endangering his life, and more importantly, the lives of his innocent citizens. A country that is mired in violence does not qualify to be a nation.
These protests were initially sparked off by a land row but increasingly turned into broad protest against the government. Since late 2015, scores of protesters have been killed in clashes with police.
Heavy gunfire in Juba leaves at least 300 people dead.
Also present at the meeting were Mr. Philippe Boncour, Counsellor and Head of Cooperation and Cultural Affairs at the French Embassy in Dar es Salaam; Mr. Charles Njoroge, the EAC Deputy Secretary General in charge of Political Federation, and; other senior EAC officials.
American President Barack Obama’s father’s yearning for education in the United States could have provided the spark for the extraordinary scholarships that American universities offered to African, and especially Kenyan, students in the 1960s
For decades, many African students in India have complained about racial discrimination, but there has never been a firm commitment by the Indian authorities to address their plight.
The PTA Reinsurance Company, better known as ZEP-RE, recorded a net profit of Sh1.99 billion (USD19.9 million) despite the harsh economic environment in 2015.
South Sudan is struggling to pick up the pieces after more than two years of civil war which broke out in December, 2013.
The 2nd Africa Regional Forum on Sustainable Development which took place on 18th May 2016 under the theme: “Ensuring inclusive and integrated implementation and follow-up of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Agenda 2063” mapped how the continent can fast-track it
Inequalities in Africa could be greatly reduced if illicit financial outflows, which are costing the continent an estimated $60 billion annually are stemmed, says Carlos Lopez, executive Secretary for Economic Commission for Africa.
The African Development Bank has recommitted itself to an investment programme that will help the continent double its energy output by 2025.