Should the ex-leader of African country accept a position defending the global propagation of the country’s colonial language and culture?
In a ceremony this week the Mozambique government is to hand over a payment of US$950-million to the government of Portugal. The payment is the price tag of an 82% share of the mammoth Cahora Bassa hydroelectric dam.
Last Sunday was the Chinese New Year and in keeping with Buddhist traditions has been designated the Year of the Pig. This year also has significance in Nigeria as a very crucial election is set to take place, some may even call this the Nigerian Year of the Democrat.
China's success has been the economic story of the last two decades, receiving admiring glances from nations across the globe including Africa all wanting to share in the success, but is it a mutually beneficial relationship?
Sudanese Telecommunications billionaire Mo Ibrahim offers a prize to African leaders to reward good governance.
When it comes to adopting African children, it seems that foreign celebrities have it easy, but should they? It's your shout.
Former England International John Fashanu warns Aston Villa player Gabriel Agbonlahor to ditch Engalnd and play for Nigeria.
In an interview with the BBC, Archbishop Desmond Tutu warned that there was a ‘power keg’ in South Africa which was ready to be ignited and could lead to social unrest due to the poverty facing its people. Is he right?
The conflict in the Darfur rages own, the UN stands at a loss on what to do as Sudan refuses to budge on letting in UN mandated peace keepers into the region which is in dire need of peace.
A recent survey has show that some foreign firms are all too willing to give out bribes in African countries in order to do business, something they seem not to be in their home countries. Somehow that does not seem right.
Tottenham‘s Didier Zokora has been chastised in the English media for allegedly taking a dive in a recent game against Portmouth, which led to a penalty that earned the points for Tottenham. But are they being too harsh on the Ivorian hard man?
Atiku Abubakar, the current Vice President of Nigeria, has been suspended by his political party, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and this would effectively rule himout of the primaries for the presidential ticket for the party. Those this effectively end his bid to become the president of Nigeria? Shout Out! and let us know what you think.
Former Vice President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma has left his legal problems behind him for the time being and is ready to launch his bid for the highest post in the South African government. ClickAfrique asks the question, despite not being found guilty of any crime, should he really run for a post that should be beyond reproach? Shout Out! and let us know what you think.