President Kabila of the DRC is a man in good company. Like neighbours Denis Sassou Nguesso of Congo Brazzaville, Burundi’s Pierre Nkurunziza and Rwanda’s Paul Kagame, Kabila is manipulating the judicial process to stay in power.
Once a theatre for proxy wars, Africa must now confront the spectre
of homegrown terrorism by knowing its enemies, choosing its friends
and fighting the instinct for overkill, argues Kalundi Serumaga.
While US President Barak Obama’s astonishing admission that ‘Libya was the worst mistake’ of his administration has led to red faces in the British and …
Bernard Katompa, president of the Génération Déterminée Movement in the DR Congo, an opposition party, presents his case as to why his country needs change.
New African is celebrating its 50th anniversary supporting the continent.
Quantifying the size of Africa’s middle class – a defining characteristics of the “Africa Rising” narrative – is not an easy thing to do.