After a campaign season marked by deep divisions over masking, feuds over teaching racism and an unprecedented influx of money to candidates running under the banner of keeping schools open, there is no had Republican sweep of school board races in suburban Philadelphia. But the attention and controversy that surroundedRead More →

Babasaheb Ambedkar wished to uplift the castes of the untouchables from the depressing social situation subjugated to promote them as equal seekers of social rights and political power. Ambedkarite policy was based on the realization that social elites lack ethical convictions regarding the emancipation of socially marginalized communities. Post-Ambedkar DalitRead More →

Joseph Kabuleta at the launch of NEED Kampala. Former presidential candidate Joseph Kabuleta announced his new political movement, National Economic Empowerment Dialogue (NEED), as a strategy to address economic challenges in Uganda. During the launch of NEED yesterday, September 28, 2021, Kabuleta said that the political scheme prioritizes politicians withoutRead More →

Through Siphokazi Vuso Sep 27, 2021 Share this article: To shareTweeterTo shareTo shareTo shareE-mailTo share CAPE TOWN – In a revolutionary attempt to inspire gender equality in politics, a newly formed political movement in Plettenberg Bay is only fielding female candidates in the seven wards of Bitou municipality for theRead More →

Former Ivorian first lady Simone Gbagbo attended a launch event for a political movement to support her, one more step towards the creation of her own political party for the 2025 presidential election. She underlined her “vision of a strong, sovereign, reconciled, modern and prosperous Côte d’Ivoire”, hammering out theRead More →

As preparations begin for another so-called ‘freedom rally’ to oppose the lockdown, we wonder if Covid is the only thing motivating protesters. No … as you might expect, there are other tensions and influences and after Covid they might just turn to anti-climate action. As the official rally start timeRead More →

NAIROBI, Kenya, September 2 – A section of leaders in the Northeast region unveiled a new political party to advocate for Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) interests ahead of the 2022 general election. In a joint press release read by Senator Garissa Abdul Haji following a meeting called by CabinetRead More →

When thousands of people gathered in a former Taliban stronghold in Pakistan’s South Waziristan region to denounce the actions of militants in Afghanistan, the mass rally drew little attention among Pakistani news networks. Journalists and rights groups say the lack of coverage of last month’s rally was the result ofRead More →