Madaxweyneyaashii Adduunka Ee Sanadkan 2019 Geeriyooday

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Zimbabwe General Warns On Foreign Bases In Djibouti

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Six African Finalists Selected By Arsenal FC And Worldremit For New “Future Stars” Youth Coaching Programme

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The UN Corruption Whistleblower Who Is Now Offering The Poor A Financial Lifeline

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Soccer Superfan Aims To Start Tournament For World Peace

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How Some African Countries Were Named By Their Colonial Masters Before Independence

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Aroosad Yaxaas Gacanta Goostay Oo Xafladii Aqal Galkeeda Sii Wadatay

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MB Bank Partners World Remit, Small World

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Ethiopia To Allow All Africans To Visit Without Visas “Very Soon” PM Abiy Ahmed Says

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5 Africa Stories To Watch In 2018

From widely known, to worrying to weird, here are five developing stories to watch in Africa as we kick off 2018. Continue reading “5 Africa Stories To Watch In 2018”

Africa For Optimists: 2017 In Review

It’s easy to get beaten down by negative headlines, and there are more than enough of those to go around. But look carefully and 2017 has given Africa Editor Simon Allison plenty of reasons to be optimistic about Africa’s future. Continue reading “Africa For Optimists: 2017 In Review”

The Troubled Democratic Transitions of African Liberation Movements

Zimbabwe’s recent political crisis has provided a lens into the challenges many African countries face in transitioning from their founding liberation movement political structures to genuine, participatory democracies. Continue reading “The Troubled Democratic Transitions of African Liberation Movements”

Yaxaas Iyo Maroodi Dirqi Lagu Kala Badbaadiyay

Dalka Zimbabwe ee koonfurta qaaradda Afrika ku yaala oo hodan ku ah, duur-joogta noocyadeeda kala duwan, gaar ahaan Maroodiga oo sida qaramadda midoobay shaacisay Maroodiga ugu badan duniddu ku dhaqan yahay dalkaas, waxa dhawaan wabi ku yaala seeraha ugu wayn dalkaas, ka dhacay dagaal qadhaadh oo dhex maray Maroodi iyo Yaxaas. Continue reading “Yaxaas Iyo Maroodi Dirqi Lagu Kala Badbaadiyay”

Britain’s New Foreign Secretary Says British Colonialism In Africa Wasn’t So Bad

By Justin Salhani

Following the resignation of British Prime Minister David Cameron, new PM Theresa May named her Cabinet Wednesday. One of the most notable names on the list was pro-Brexiter and former London Mayor Boris Johnson, who was appointed Foreign Secretary. Continue reading “Britain’s New Foreign Secretary Says British Colonialism In Africa Wasn’t So Bad”

Layaabka Aduunka Tartanka Boqorka Fool Xumada

Layaabka Aduunka: Tartanka Boqorka Fool Xumada

Layaabka Aduunka Tartanka Boqorka Fool Xumada: Inta badan waxa aynu maqalaa, tartan kala duwan oo dunida iyo dalkeena intaba ka dhaca, kuwaas oo loogu tartamo, Quruxda, Hibada, Suugaanta Iyo Waxyaabo kale oo tiro badan, laakiin aad ayay u yar tahay in aad maqasho, tartanka qofka ugu foosha xun, ka ugu doqonsan iyo qofka ugu aqoonta yar. Continue reading “Layaabka Aduunka: Tartanka Boqorka Fool Xumada”