Sunday, March 24, 2019

Togo bans weekday protests

Togo’s government has banned week-day protests. Since August, the opposition has been holding big demonstrations against President Faure Gnassingbe and to demand political reforms. Home Affairs...

Opposition calls fresh protests in Togo

Opposition in Togo have called for fresh protests on Wednesday and Thursday  to maintain pressure in their campaign to unseat President Faure Gnassingbe. The coalition...

The government in Togo inotroduces its bill limiting the number of terms the president...

Togo’s cabinet has adopted a draft bill to reinsert presidential term limits into the constitution, the government said on Wednesday, as opponents of the...

Photo of the day! Togolese women turn their back (sides) on police

During a protest by the opposition collective “Sauvons Le Togo” (“Let’s Save Togo”) on August 28 in Togo’s capital Lome, several female demonstrators spontaneously...

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Kenya at the door of China for another railway loan

Despite a warning from the World Bank that Kenya’s future debt service payment will hit a higher notch in three years, the government is...

Kenya’s president deactivates Facebook and Twitter accounts

All social media accounts for Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta have been deactivated after someone gained "unauthorised access", his chief of staff has tweeted. Nzioka Waita...