Media Editor, Barotseland Post
What is going on in Barotseland today seems to beat all logic, and Muyendekwa Sishekano, a cultural and governance expert who recently called for the temporary halting of the Kuomboka ceremony until Barotseland’s ‘house’ was put in order, is now calling upon the elderly in Barotseland to invoke the help of ancestors to explain and resolve what the Lozi nation is currently battling with.
With the help of the ancestors, Mr. Muyendekwa believes that perhaps the nation could once again find valor and extraordinary courage in the face of this national existential crisis and threat likely to send the kingdom into extinction or oblivion.
Morocco on Sunday announced the withdrawal of its forces from a U.N. buffer zone in the disputed Western Sahara territory, where for months they had been in a standoff with troops from the Polisario independence movement.
The move took place days after a phone call between Morocco's King Mohammed VI and U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres, and will reduce military tensions in Guerguerat, a remote area in Western Sahara near Mauritania.
After receiving money from King Mohammed VI of Morocco, Edgar Lungu has once more withdrawn Zambia’s recognition of Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (Western Sahara), the Zambian Watchdog has reported.
“This is what we mean when we say Edgar Lungu is just a corrupt money mongering, incompetent hypocrite whose foreign policy is based on which ruler of a foreign country gives him more money,” laments the watchdog media that has kept watch over the overall performance of the Zambian government, earning itself the tag of ‘one of the most hated’ media by the Zambian regime.
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The ruling government in Congo has indicated it may not hold long-awaited elections this year.
Why? It's simply too expensive, a government official suggested this week
“It will be difficult to think that we can mobilize $1.8 billion this year," Pierre Kangudia Mbayi, minister of state in charge of budget, said at a news conference Wednesday, Africa News reported. "At this stage, I prefer to keep a language of sincerity.”
New Gambian President Adama Barrow is due to be formally inaugurated in the capital Banjul where celebrations will mark 52 years of the West African country's independence.
Mr Barrow was sworn in last month at a ceremony at the Gambian embassy in neighbouring Senegal.