Once bitten twice shy – How about this Zimbabwe Election and the processes?

BY  Dr VUSUMUZI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG- The Zimbabwean de javu! We have come a full circle as a country, but whether we can identify where the path begins and branches remain the questions with elusive answers. The first twenty years of our independence had a battle that saw ZAPU swallowed into the ZANU gobbler including ZUM […]

Our president will lead Zimbabwe says ZIPP

Who will be Malawi’s ruling party presidential candidate?

The Next Africa Women's World

Yvette Twagira: A Rwandan Princess recalls meeting Harry, The Royal Prince

BY YVETTE TWAGIRAMARIYA LONDON- A lot of people have been asking me what it was like to meet Prince Harry. I always say: “The most exciting experience of my life”  and I always add “Now, I know why African women like him so much!”. I met Prince Harry on his last royal visit (as a single man) […]

A story of Kenewendo, Makhaya, Leoka: Women rise to the fore in southern Africa

Stadium violence reflects deep seated misogyny and governance issues

Northern Africa

Morocco Embassy Observes Throne Celebrations

BY STAFF WRITER PRETORIA- The Moroccan Embassy in South Africa this week hosted Throne Celebrations in Pretoria, the event was attended by diplomats and senior government official. The celebration marked the 19th anniversary of the accession of His Majesty King Mohammed VI to the Throne. The Throne Celebration in Morocco is a national occasion observed […]

UN Leads Celebration To Thank Ramadan Blood Donors

UK welcomes Libya election deal

Eastern Africa

New Rebel Group Declares War on Rwanda’s Paul Kagame

BY OWN CORRESPONDENT KAMPALA -A new rebel Movement has claimed responsibility for the recent wave of attacks in Rwanda and announced its intentions to topple the government of President Paul Kagame by force of arms. The group, which calls itself, the National Liberation Forces (NLF), accuses Kagame of dividing the nation, suppression of civil liberties, […]

In South Sudan, up to 2.4 million children are not attending school

Full statement by UK,USA govts on South Sudan peace talks

Southern Africa

South Africa’s Ramaphosa arrives in the DR Congo

BY MARVELOUS MAKAMBA KINSHASA- South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on Friday for a working visit, few days after his host Joseph Kabila announced that he will not seeker-election in the December plebiscite. This is President Ramaphosa’s first visit to the Democratic Republic of the Congo […]

Malawi’s Mutharika Pushes Youth Agenda At COMESA

World Choir Games Tshwane2018 off to roaring start

Western Africa

UN Chief Condemns Attack Targeting International Forces in Northern Mali

GENEVA, Switzerland- Some personnel from the French military operation, Barkhane, were also wounded in the suicide attack that took place on Sunday. In a statement by his spokesperson, Guterres reiterated the “determination of the United Nations to continue to support, together with international forces operating under relevant Security Council mandates, the tireless efforts of the Malian […]

Shock tomato price hike in Nigeria

Suicide bombing kills 86 innocent bystanders in Nigeria.

The Editor's Choice

Don’t threaten us, we are only doing our job

This week has been pretty tough but exciting for us at The New African Gazette. We are a small media company with great potential. The bullying of journalists takes place on a regular basis by those who are adverse to the bad publicity that comes along when one’s dirty deeds are exposed to the general […]

Morgan Tsvangirai: The great river is flowing no more

Mnangagwa, man of contradictions took over from Mugabe