Opinions

Our president will lead Zimbabwe says ZIPP

BY GEORGE RIHAMBE HARARE- Zimbabwe is a blessed country, it is blessed in that God wants a divine transfer of leadership without bloodshed. Since the emergence of strong opposition parties in the political arena in 1999, God did not allow war, he encouraged peace and tolerance among citizens. It took a decade without a change […]

Who will be Malawi’s ruling party presidential candidate?

Exploring David Makhura`s Rapid Land Release Initiative: A cautionary perspective

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

UK welcomes Libya election deal

STAFF WRITER JOHANNESBURG-The United Kingdom (UK) Minister for the Middle East, Alistair Burt has lauded Libyan leaders after they committed to an election in December. The Libyan leaders made the commitment on Tuesday during a peace conference held in Paris, France. Media reports said during four hours of talks in Paris, the leaders came under […]

Morocco welcomes U.N security council resolution, blast Algeria

Morocco scores big as Arab league supports world cup bid

Eastern Africa

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

JUBA, South Sudan,– Up to 2.4 million children in South Sudan are not receiving an education – the highest proportion of out of school children in the world. Years of conflict, displacement and economic collapse continue to deprive children of education, harming the future of the country. New data in the Global Initiative on Out […]

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

European Union lauds Kenya’s efforts to fight corruption

News Southern Africa

World Choir Games Tshwane2018 off to roaring start

JOHANNESBURG – The 10th World Choir Games got off to a roaring start today (05 July 2018) with choirs from across the world slugging it out for the top honours at the ten-day event that ends on Saturday, 14 July 2018. The “Olympics of Choral Music” has attracted 16 000 participants from more than 60 countries to […]

Zuma will remain in ANC until ‘last day of his life,’ says Ramaphosa

End of an era- ‘Gupta’ newspaper the New Age shuts down

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