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Kofi Annan as I knew him

Berihun Assfaw, who was a contemporary of the late Kofi Annan, takes a trip down memory lane.

Kofi Annan – quiet man of steel

Last month, Kofi Atta Annan, one of the greatest sons of Africa and a global hero, was laid to rest in the military cemetery at …

Finding the Madiba within us

Jay Naidoo* remembers the Madiba he knew. We live in a continent ravished by 500 years of brutalising slavery and colonialism, where people and resources …

A tribute to Geoffrey Oryema (1953-2018)

Uganda’s extraordinary artist, whose music was deeply rooted in his traditional Acholi culture, has passed away, leaving an ominous emptiness in the fabric of African …