- Three obituaries: Mohammed Alpha Bah, Igolima Amachree and Svend Holsoe
- Convicted war criminal Guus Kouwenhoven on the run!
- Reopening of Kouwenhoven trial in the Netherlands
- Impunity in Africa
- ‘Choosing The Hero – My improbable journey and the rise of Africa’s first woman president’ by K. Riva Levinson
Category Archives: Jammeh
The decision of President Yahya Abdul-Aziz Jemus Junkung Jammeh Babili Mansa, the despotic ruler of the Gambia, not to accept the outcome of the December 1 presidential elections – contrary to his earlier congratulations to his opponent, the winner, Adama … Continue reading
It’s been an extra-ordinary year for Africa. The biggest losers were the North African leaders Ben Ali (Tunisia), Mubarak (Egypt) and Gaddafi (Libya). All three clung to power. Mubarak and Ben Ali had ruled some 30 years, Gaddafi even more than 40 … Continue reading