archives : March 2010


The International Criminal Court has described the likely reelection of Sudan’s president Mr. Omar al-Bashir as a Hitler election. The Sudanese legislative, regional and presidential elections, scheduled for April 11 to 13, are a key part of the 2005 peace accord that ended two decades of civil war between the country’s largely Muslim north and the Christian south. - Wednesday 24 March 2010

Panafrica - Uganda - Sudan
African heads of state are to deliberate more on maternal, infant and child health, and security matters in the coming AU heads of state summit meeting slated for 19th to 27th July this year in Uganda’s capital Kampala. - Tuesday 23 March 2010

South africa
The head of South Africa Police, Bheki Cele has told his men to shed the weight or risk being booted out of the force. - Tuesday 23 March 2010

Zimbabwe - United States
A Zimbabwe man who fathered but abandoned a Oscar Award winning disabled woman for a decade is now begging for forgiveness. - Tuesday 23 March 2010

An opposition political party in Zambia has launched a fierce attack on the country’s leader, Rupiah Banda saying he is now behaving like a visitor to Zambia. - Tuesday 23 March 2010

Sudan’s president, Mr. Omar al-Bashir has threatened United States-funded election observers, Carter Center, with expulsion and attacks, should elections scheduled for April 11 be postponed. The anticipated poll will be the first legitimately multi-party vote in Sudan since 1986. - Tuesday 23 March 2010

Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement (SPLM) has complained that a good number of names of its supporters are missing from the voters’ list. This comes only a week away from various elections earmarked to take place in southern Sudan. - Monday 22 March 2010

Over 1000 students who had stopped going to school, due to deadly landslides that hit three eastern Uganda villages, have today resumed classes in a market place which has been turned into a school. - Monday 22 March 2010

ECOWAS Ministers responsible for Defence and Security on Wednesday, 17th March 2010, adopted a five-year Plan of Action for the Implementation of the ECOWAS Convention on Small Arms and Light Weapons, Their Ammunition and Other Related Materials approved by regional leaders in 2006. - Monday 22 March 2010

Panafrica - Togo
The President of the ECOWAS Commission, Ambassador James Victor Gbeho, paid a one-day official visit to Togo in connection with the presidential election held recently in that country. - Monday 22 March 2010

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