Zambia’s main opposition party UPND seeks to impeach President Edgar Lungu

The opposition Party in Zambian last Thursday submitted a motion to impeach the current seating president Edgar Lungu on the grounds of corruption and violation of the constitution. Last year Lungu drew rebuke from the top legal body after he warned the constitutional judges not to stop him from running. Allies of the president have… Continue reading Zambia’s main opposition party UPND seeks to impeach President Edgar Lungu

CNN’ s Interview with Zimbabwean president Highlights the worldview differences between Africa and Western countries

This CNN interview with the Zimbabwean president Emerson Mnangagwa Is right up there with Cathy Newman V Jordan Peterson Interview. The conversation was done during the recent economic forum in Davos Switzerland. The worldview difference is glaringly apparent in the interview, putting aside your views on the content of the video. This interview was supposed to… Continue reading CNN’ s Interview with Zimbabwean president Highlights the worldview differences between Africa and Western countries

Will Robert Mugabe be remembered as a Hero Or Villain?

Brief History  Robert Mugabe came to power when Zimbabwe gained official independence as Zimbabwe in 1980. He was one of the long-serving leaders until last year when he was ousted by his party. Robert Mugabe was a teacher and political prisoner; he spent 11 years in prison under Ian Smith Rhodesian government. Robert Mugabe graduated from… Continue reading Will Robert Mugabe be remembered as a Hero Or Villain?

President Edgar Lungu’s Mind on Corruption

  President Lungu’s Mind on Corruption Every reasonable citizen would expect a President of a country to be on higher moral ground, transparent, to have Integrity, accountable and having the interest of the nation at heart, at the minimum. It has become easy for anyone with a pulse to know the mind of the Zambian… Continue reading President Edgar Lungu’s Mind on Corruption

South African set to start Confiscating white owned land without compensation

South African set to start Confiscating white-owned land without compensation The South Africa Parliament has voted in on a motion that will begin the process of taking property away owned by white South Africans without composition. The motion was brought by Julius Malema, the leader of an extreme Marxist opposition party called the economic freedom… Continue reading South African set to start Confiscating white owned land without compensation

China has put Forward a Proposal to Drop Term Limits for President Xi Jinping

China’s ruling communist party submitted a proposal last Sunday that would allow the president to stay in power indefinably. The communist party wants to remove a clause in the constitution that limits the term of the presidency. The current president Xi Jinping has in office since 2013, the change how would allow him to be… Continue reading China has put Forward a Proposal to Drop Term Limits for President Xi Jinping

Jacob Zuma’s demise is bad news for South Africa’s opposition parties

Jacob Zuma's demise is bad news for South Africa's opposition parties James Hamill, University of Leicester With Jacob Zuma now evicted from the presidency, South Africa has a chance to move on from its bleakest era since the stagnation and violence of the mid-to-late 1980s. Back then, political “reform” seemed dead in the water, and… Continue reading Jacob Zuma’s demise is bad news for South Africa’s opposition parties

Midwife forced to quit her Job after refusing to supervise Abortion procedures

  Turning agents of life into agents of death: Abortion V Medicine According to the daily mail, a Catholic midwife was forced to quit her Job because she refused to Supervise abortions. After 30 years as a midwife and delivering a total 5,000 babies Mary Doogan a devout Catholic has had to quit her job after… Continue reading Midwife forced to quit her Job after refusing to supervise Abortion procedures

The nature of the Government and how the Church should relate to it

The Nature of the Government and how the Church should relate to it The nature of the state and how the church should relate to it, has been a matter of concern from the beginning of the Christian faith. Because when we look at the bible and especially the old testament, we have what we call… Continue reading The nature of the Government and how the Church should relate to it