by Douaa QadadiaImage: NormanEinstein / CreativeCommons Brief History of Ceuta and Melillia Ceuta and Melilla are geographically placed in very strategic locations. They are close to Europe, Africa, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. The story of these two Spanish enclaves is complex and goes back for centuries. The main inhabitants of the land were the Amazigh (indigenous people of North Africa) and various Arab tribes. In the … Continue reading Spain, The Real Colonialist: Ceuta, Melilla, and the Moroccan Sahara
by Monique KasongaImage: Luigi Guarino / Flickr Within the last decade, there has been a quick and urgent surge in the use of new agricultural technologies within Western countries. As defined by Project Breakthrough, digital agriculture utilizes new and advanced technologies that have been integrated into a singular system that enables farmers and other stakeholders within the agriculture value chain to improve food production by … Continue reading What’s Next for African Agricultural Sectors?
by Monique Kasonga Image: Clint Budd / Flickr When you look down at your phone, what do you think of? Do you think of all the happy memories that you’ve had it with you for, or all the important information that it holds? For most people living in the Western world, the answer is yes. However, what the technological consumer community seems to lack is … Continue reading Do we all have blood on our hands? An Ongoing crisis: Cobalt Mining
by Tatyana Baldwin Image: Element5 Digital/Pexels Governance and leadership are instrumental to the success or failure of a nation. Whether the successor of the previous leader is chosen by hereditary means or elected into office by the people, it is crucial that this person is willing to take actions that will benefit the nation as a whole. This goes for anyone who is in power, … Continue reading Doubts in Leadership: Uganda Election
By Anonymous Image Credit: The Global Panorama / Creative Commons Boko Haram is an Islamist terrorist organization, which is ironic because most of their victims and territories are Muslims, and in Muslim dominated areas. Considering the fact that Islam means peace, there is nothing Islamic about the destruction they have caused for more than a decade in the northeastern part of Nigeria as well as … Continue reading Boko Haram: A Menace to Society
by: Anonymous Image Source: https://www.dailysabah.com/world/africa/violence-surrounding-ivory-coast-election-may-have-killed-32-people-so-far Politics across different African countries is complex and like most democratic countries such as the USA, India and UK, elections are a highly important part of independent countries’ democratic process. Unfortunately, due to the presence of incompetent and corrupt leaders, some African countries don’t get to experience the joys of democracy. This corruption comes in the form of rigging of … Continue reading Understanding The 2020 Ivorian Presidential Elections
By Christopher Pratt Image source: voanews Fights between regional forces and the national army have been raging in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region since early November 2020. Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, is accusing leaders of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) of treason and terrorism, after members of this regional political party allegedly attacked a federal military base. The TPLF claims to be resisting government … Continue reading Ethiopia: Africa On Edge – Political Conflict in the Tigray Region
By The Global Diplomat Writer Image Credit: BCC Since Nigeria gained independence, after a rigorous period of colonialism under Britain, never-ending struggles with corruption have plagued my country. Even after 60 years, the promise of true democracy has still not been fulfilled. The corruption has even spread to police units, the most corrupt of them all being SARS. By now, you have most likely heard … Continue reading #ENDSARS PROTESTS: HOW THESE PROTESTS REPRESENT A NEW BEGINNING FOR NIGERIA