There are good reasons to believe that in the long-run, living under a democracy will improve the lives of African citizens
As Ghana celebrates its 60th independence anniversary, the memory of its founding father Kwame Nkrumah is back in the public limelight.
Houphouet-Boigny was a gossip; Mugabe America's friend; the Italians bought suits for Mozambique rebels; and how Ethiopia's Emperor lost his throne
Guinea's Sekou Toure basically kidnapped the American diplomats in his country, and used them to bargain with Ghana to release its Foreign minister
Former AU Commission chair Ping to run for Gabon presidency—but what happened to others who held the post?
The position can be a springboard for higher things, but it has also been a soft landing pad for its holders