• 27
  • Mar

TODAY is exactly five years since the historic March 2012 Barotse National Council (BNC) resolutions. What are you personally doing to ensure the actualization of these resolutions?

  • 22
  • Mar

Despite Somaliland’s efforts to meet the basic legal prerequisites of statehood, this de facto State since 1991 lacks legal recognition by the international community. However, the election of the new United States administration may be a turning point in the country’s quest of statehood. Despite the various impediments and arguments against its recognition on the international stage, President Donald Trump, backed by Vladimir Putin, might take the leap in making Somaliland becoming the 55th African State.

  • 21
  • Mar

 

In South Africa, 21st March is Human Rights Day to remind the nation of sacrifices made in the struggle for independence of the Black majority of South Africa, while the United Nations (UN) commemorate it as the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, established six years after an event known as the Sharpeville tragedy or Sharpeville massacre, which captured worldwide attention.

  • 16
  • Mar

 

The Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) has appointed Mukenani Muziba as Induna Imbwae replacing Nabiwa Imikendu who has been embattled since his dismissal in 2007. Mukenani Muziba, like Nabiwa Imikendu, hails from Ikatulwamwa Village who are the holders of the title of Induna Imbwae.

  • 16
  • Mar

 

The Lusaka High Court has referred the matter in which three Lozi traditionalists want Litunga Lubosi Imwiko II to abdicate for gross incompetence and abuse of authority to the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) of Zambia.

  • 13
  • Mar

The Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) has officially announced Saturday, 8th April, 2017 as the date for the Kuomboka Ceremony. Induna Mukulwakashiko, who is also Acting Ngambela Nyambe Mwenda announced the date today in Limulunga royal village.

  • 13
  • Mar

 

The Scottish Government will move to hold a second referendum on independence from the United Kingdom, the country's First Minister has announced, blaming the UK Government's lack of compromise over Brexit.

  • 10
  • Mar

The Haratin minority are facing a harsh reality in Mauritania: The government does not recognise them as full citizens, making it incredibly difficult for them to obtain national ID cards, which they need to access schools. Driven into poverty through systematic discrimination, many Haratin children are sold into slavery.

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