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Ethiopia’s Elections: Context, Challenges and Prospects & Pluralism

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Yesterday, I participated in the Chatham House Africa’s virtual event on Ethiopia’s Elections: Context, Challenges, Prospects & Pluralism.  It was very insightful and eye-opening to say the least. Moderator: Bob Dewar Panelists: […]

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Rest in peace Simeon Nyachae

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The former Cabinet Minister and long serving public servant died on February 1, 2021 at the age of 88 years. May his soul rest in eternal peace.  This is a man who […]

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‘Uber drivers are workers not self-employed’ – UK Supreme Court rules

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The United Kingdom’s Supreme Court ruled on Friday February 19, that cab hailing app, Uber drivers are workers and not self-employed and must be treated as such. This is a landmark ruling […]

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Rush Limbaugh, King of radio, was a divisive figure

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The late Rush Limbaugh promoted a brand of politics, which were especially derogatory of women, Black people and LGBTQ people. GOT a story? RING Kerosi Dotcom on +254 20 78 64 348 […]

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