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Africa’s promising sports future evident at the 13th Africa Games in Accra

  By Bonface Orucho, bird story agency   After three weeks of intense field and track event actions across multiple venues in Accra, the 13th edition of the Africa Games came to a close this past weekend. The pan-African sporting event has, yet again, showcased Africa's rich and diverse sports talent, with more than 35 countries participating across 23 sports disciplines. Egypt led with 107 gold, 47 silver, and 42 […]

todayMarch 25, 2024 1


Recent report by the Committee to Protect Journalists paints a bleak picture for sub-Saharan Africa

A recent report by the Committee to Protect Journalists paints a bleak picture for sub-Saharan Africa. The number of incarcerated journalists has risen from 31 in 2022 to 47 last month. The committee ranks Eritrea at the forefront of media freedom violators in Africa, with 16 journalists behind bars. Ethiopia is second, with eight journalists in detention, followed by Cameroon with six. The committee is concerned about the lack of […]

todayJanuary 25, 2024 1


Ethiopia’s quest for access to the sea: success rests on good relations with its neighbours

  By Bizuneh Yimenu, University of Birmingham and Robert McCabe, Coventry University On 1 January, Ethiopia and Somaliland signed a memorandum of understanding granting Addis Ababa direct access to the Gulf of Aden. This strategic agreement paves the way for Ethiopia to establish commercial and military bases along the coast. Under the agreement, Somaliland will lease 20km of coastal land to Ethiopia for 50 years. Ethiopia commits to offering Somaliland […]

todayJanuary 12, 2024 2