SADC tells Rwanda to stop immediately its interference in DRC and SADC

In an unusual move between African countries, Heads of states tell one of their own to behave. Africa Dictators online news outlet reported the story: “Rarely do African heads of state publicly denounce one of their own – Kagame is so bad that it has come to this. The Rwandan autocrat’s isolation is bound toContinue reading “SADC tells Rwanda to stop immediately its interference in DRC and SADC”

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Arizona in the picture of massacres, and Fox news, CNN, MSNBC do not report the news

Imagine the entire state of Arizona is massacred, and the press keeps deliberately the news under wrap. Though again hypothetically that state might have in its soil unknown reserves of minerals very indispensable for US and other developed countries’ industries of automobile, aerospace, and technology, its people don’t seem to have much worth in comparisonContinue reading “Arizona in the picture of massacres, and Fox news, CNN, MSNBC do not report the news”

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Former president Laurent-Desire Kabila and ongoing instability in DRC

The following is an extract from a UN Report of the Panel of Experts on the Illegal Exploitation of Natural Resources and Other Forms of Wealth of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, submitted to the Security Council on 12 April 2001 by the Secretary General Kofi A. Annan. The reference points at some significant responsibility of theContinue reading “Former president Laurent-Desire Kabila and ongoing instability in DRC”

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Dictatorships in Uganda and Rwanda: root cause of Eastern Congo crisis

The ongoing crisis in Eastern Congo has been raising countless discussions on possible solutions in different circles. We have witnessed donors cutting or delaying their aid to Rwanda. This was after UN experts found the country guilty of strongly supporting M23, the Congolese rebel group responsible of the current humanitarian crisis created in the regionContinue reading “Dictatorships in Uganda and Rwanda: root cause of Eastern Congo crisis”

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DRC: getting a grip to cast the first stone

By Felicite Nduku The author of this note read Patrick Mbeko’s reflection also posted on this blog on how the latter understands the problem that Africans who consider the West as their savior have. Mbeko focuses primarily his analysis on the situation in his native Democratic Republic of Congo. But his arguments can be easily applied toContinue reading “DRC: getting a grip to cast the first stone”

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