Thursday, December 16th, 2010
Some rappers should just stay away from politics. Take T-Pain’s endorsement of “a conversative victory 2010.” (If you forgot, watch Jay Smooth break down T-Pain’s nonsense here.) Then there’s of course the Senegalese-American R&B singer, Akon, who imagines himself some kind of African political leader. (That’s Akon and Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade, above,
Wednesday, June 30th, 2010
“… This model of negotiations leading to a coalition government in the wake of a violence-plagued election is being tried in Zimbabwe and has been recommended in Madagascar. The model is an inclusive one,...
Friday, March 26th, 2010
Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s President, may not after all, rule as he promised “till Jesus comes“*.
Tuesday, January 26th, 2010
70% of Rwanda’s population are women. Via A24media.com
Saturday, January 16th, 2010
Elections in Southern Africa is usually one big party if you’re the ruling party and if you’re not in Zimbabwe. Take Mozambique, South Africa’s small neighbor to the northeast, where the rapper MC Roger sells record on...