Enough Of This

By Minnie Kangethe I keep looking around me hoping to find a leader or a politician who has the interest of the common citizen at heart and deliver on their promise.  Unfortunately, I have been disappointed a lot.  In the same breath, I realize that it is not all in the politician’s hands.  Citizens have […]

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Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim

By Reem Gaafar Ask any Sudanese or any African person about leading Sudanese women figures of the 20th century, and among the first mentioned names will most certainly be Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim. Born in 1933 in Khartoum to an educated family, Fatima is known for organizing the first successful strike in a girls’ elementary school, […]

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St. Catherine of Bangui

On 23rd January, the transition Parliament in the Central African Republic elected Ms Catherine Samba-Panza as interim head of State to restore peace and order and spearhead the organization of free and fair elections in a bid to give some much-deserved relief to the people of Central African Republic, especially women and children, who have […]

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