Many social media users have construed Akufo-Addo’s words in the President of France’s presence, as somehow radical.
The language, methods, and scale of the Herero genocide remain shocking even in the aftermath of the horrors of the Holocaust.
A fateful meeting with Mazrui, the famed Kenyan historian and broadcaster.
A New York Times article that’s respectful and mostly accurate in its use of terminology in his coverage of African Traditional Religion.
A BBC interview with Julius Malema, a South African political leader and acolyte of Chavez, is exhibition 1,000,003 mainstream media framing of the late Venezuelan president.
It’s 2012 and FW de Klerk still thinks Apartheid had been beneficial to its black victims. Yet global media treats him like an analyst on South African politics.
Here’s on lesson from Ghana’s 2012 election: Not only is Akufo-Addo the Ghanaian Mitt Romney, but the NPP are the Republicans of Ghana
Most of the same issues and personalities that featured in the 2008 elections dominate in the 2012 elections.