What Next For Kenya?

In a shocking turn of events, President Uhuru and Raila Odinga, head of NASA Coalition, met four days ago. They agreed to work together in a journey that will not only unite Kenya but also build its economy. In the meeting, it was discussed that Ambassador Martin Kimani will join Paul Mwangi to oversee the…

Sudan the Last Male Northern White Rhino in Critical Health

 

 

There are three northern white rhinos remaining in the world, two of which are female. The male is wallowing in severe illness and reports from its caretakers indicate that the world’s only male northern white rhino is on a death watch. Sudan graced news headlines when Tinder, a dating application, named him the world’s most eligible bachelor as part of a campaign set to rally donors for the purpose of saving its subspecies.

Jacob Zuma Resigns

  Jacob Zuma, the President of South Africa has resigned. This news comes in a few days after he defied the order instigated by ANC, his political party.  Zuma told the press that he has come to the decision to step down following pressure from the party. Zuma’s resignation comes in shortly after ANC’s decision…

Sabrina Simader: Breaking the Glass Ceiling on Alpine Skiing

Sabrina Simader: Breaking the Glass Ceiling on Alpine Skiing During the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, there will be one competitor’s name that will surely standout from the rest in the alpine skiing events: Sabrina Wanjiku Simader. The February 9th to 25th games will be an opportunity for the 19-year old…

African Single Airline Transport: Open Skies in Africa

African Single Airline Transport: Liberalizing African Continent For over half a century, African leaders have pushed for a Pan-African solidarity marked by greater coordination, cooperation and consolidation of key sectors of African society. Past and present leaders across the continent have made progresses towards achieving these, but few have come close to transforming African continent…