And what about all the people the Mau Mau hacked to death?
Tag Archives: Africa
Kenya’s New MPs Demand More Money Before Even Taking Office, Telegraph (London)
Otherwise they will resort to bribery.
Magical Albinos Hunted In Tanzania, Live Leak
“White privilege” strikes again.
They will be fined if they go over 150 meters.
The Congolese have a fool-proof method for determining if someone is a witch.
Africa for Norway, Africa for Norway
How Africans can help freezing Norwegians.
African women won’t follow the regimen.
Roy Abong’o Malik Obama is also running for office and trading on the family name.
Children in Eastern Congo Meet a Giant White Male for the First Time!, World Star Hip Hop
They are amazed by Justin “The Viking” Wren.
More than fifty buildings were damaged in the mayhem.
Neighbors Kill Neighbors as Kenyan Vote Stirs Old Feuds, New York Times
Diversity doesn’t work in black Africa, either.
Berlusconi Defends Need for Bribery, Financial Times
You can’t do business in the Third World without it.
In Nigeria, You’re Either Somebody or Nobody, New York Times
And author does not claim it is the fault of white people!
Before the previous two popes, only Italians were considered.
President Teodoro Obiang Plans New Equatorial Guinea Capital, Telegraph (London)
Update on the world’s longest-serving president.
Kenya Suffers Worst Single Loss of Elephants as Poachers Kill 12, Telegraph (London)
To meet insatiable demand in China.
Christianity ‘Close to Extinction’ in Middle East, Telegraph (London)
Report claims Christianity is world’s most persecuted religion.
New Child Soldier Fears in Central African Republic, Boston Herald
Both rebels and pro-government militias recruit children for bloody work.
They had gathered to watch a firework display.
“I wanted to see what it would be like to be white and I’m happy.”
‘Starving’ Africa Images Are Counterproductive, Says Oxfam, Telegraph (London)
They make potential donors think the continent is hopeless.
Even in sub-Saharan Africa.
Pet Dogs Not for Blacks—Zuma, IOL News
That’s part of the white man’s culture.
One source says two-thirds of Swazi teenage girls have been sexually assaulted.
650 million Africans have cell phone subscriptions.
There’s been a mass exodus of “economic fugitives” and asylum seekers.
Congo has “one of the world’s poorest aviation safety records.”
Susan Rice and Africa’s Despots, New York Times
She seems to sympathize with them.
The Lottery of Life, The Economist
Which are the best countries?
Witchcraft and Execution: The Darker Side of Gambia, Telegraph (London)
Gambia’s president blends “statecraft with witchcraft.”
Police Killing in Kenya Deepens Aura of Menace, New York Times
A snapshot of African life.
Jacob Zuma Backs Traditional Courts Instead of “White Man’s Way”, Telegraph (London)
With four wives, he’s already married the “traditional” way.
Why send it to begin with?
One questions the ability of his accountants.
Voodoo a Voo-Don’t in Slay Trial, New York Post
A witch doctor will not testify for the defense after all.
Happy college days.
Protest at the Great African Land Grab, Telegraph (London)
30 percent of Liberia has been sold to foreigners.
Mass Grave Fuels Kenya Tensions, Telegraph (London)
The Pokomo don’t like the Orma.
Portuguese Escape Austerity and Find a New El Dorado in Angola, Guardian (London)
Former colonials are welcome back.
Michael Buerk: ‘Population Deniers’ Must Face Our Demographic Disaster, Telegraph (London)
It’s “racist” to worry about booming non-white populations.
Liberia Sells Almost Quarter of Country to Logging Companies, Telegraph (London)
Nearly half of the country’s primary rain forest.
And $1.4 million to spruce up another one’s palace.
Sudanese President Calls for African Space Agency, Guardian (London)
Soldiers shoot them from helicopters, send tusks to China.
They tip less after they visit the slave forts.
If there are no white masters, black slavery is not news.
Tribal conflict turns deadly.
Companies surprised to find lack of human capital in Kenya.
Piracy Attacks Drop to Zero for First Full Month in Five Years, Telegraph (London)
One whole month without a Somali pirate attack.