Post Profile

African press review 12 October 2016

Sudan's president yesterday offered an olive brance to opposition figures and rebel groups but does he intend to beat them with it? What will happen to the South African economy if the finance minister is put in jail? Are Eritrea and Egypt behind the violence in Ethiopia? And are Nigeria's state governors doing a good job?
read more


Related Posts

African press review 15 September 2016

Local Interest / Africa : RFI: Africa

The Nigerian opposition wants President Muhammadu Buhari to leave office. South Sudan's Salva Kiir is fighting on several fronts as Washington praises a recent report on corruption in Juba, and Kiir says the United Nations has favou...

African press review 3 October 2016

Local Interest / Africa : RFI: Africa

Ugandan editors are to hauled before a parliamentary committee and told to treat the executive with more respect. Rwanda's president Paul Kagame has named a four-man team to reform the African Union. And South Sudan’s political and ...

African press review 11 October 2016

Local Interest / Africa : RFI: Africa

Rwanda is annoyed at French plans to continue to investigate the 1994 downing of the jet in which President Juvenal Habyarimana and his Burundian counterpart lost their lives. The political opposition in Sudan reject President Omar ...

African press review 4 October 2016

Local Interest / Africa : RFI: Africa

Opposition figure Kizza Besigye is back in Uganda after more than a month in Europe and North America. He appears to be under house arrest. The South Sudan rebel faction led by Riek Machar accuses the Intergovernmental Authority for...

African press review 10 October 2016

Local Interest / Africa : RFI: Africa

The European Union calls for a prompt and impartial review of the trial of Rwandan opposition figure Victoire Ingabire. There's more trouble on the horizon for South African president Jacob Zuma. And Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC