Facebook Mole Ruffles Mugabe: Uses FB to Expose Ruling Party Intrigues

   Facebook has turned down a plea by Zimbabwe’s ruling party to close the account of a well-informed mole who has been posting damaging revelations about President Mugabe. The anonymous internet whistle-blower who calls himself Baba Jukwa, has a record 239,000 followers and over...
Posted On 17 Jul 2013

Be happy – with Albert Camus

Wisdom and the Meaning of life according to Albert Camus (1913-1960). Albert Camus was an Algerian Nobel prize winning author who took a unique perspective explaining the meaning of life. While persistently denying the title of philosopher, several of his most notable works...

Cameroon. Gov’t urged to investigate murder of Gay activist

  Cameroonian gay activist Joseph Achilles Tiedjou has called on the police to urgently investigate the suspicious death of gay advocate and journalist Eric Ohena Lembembe. “This should not be another unsolved case against a gay activist in cameroon” Tiedjou told Iroko...

Nigeria: Unreliable ATMs

    As Nigeria takes its first steps towards introducing a cashless economy where most transactions can be done without  carrying  bulky and annoying amounts of naira notes,  banks are introducing services that will make money transactions less burdensome. One of such...