Sharing Birthday with a ‘fool’

By Sunday Oyinloye Sharing birthday with a fool is not something anybody would wish. But my birthday mate rose to become a General in the Nigerian Army. The man sometimes described as Maradona staged a coup ten days after his 44th birthday in 1985 and became a Military Head of State. He later gave himself […]Read More

ISMPH, CHESTRAD Global move to address covid-19 infodemic

By Sunday Oyinloye International Society of Media in Public Health (ISMPH) and CHESTRAD Global will hold a webinar on the 12th of August, 2020 that would further help to sharpen the skills of journalists in the reportage of covid-19 pandemic and also provide accurate information that could also help reduce the spread of the virus. […]Read More

Our continent can be self-sufficient in food production – Lipuo

Lipuo Nkholi is the founder and CEO of Limomonane Products Pty Ltd, Lesotho. She is a philanthropist, entrepreneur, and a governance and democracy practitioner. Lipuo left United Nations in 2018 to run her businesses in Agro-production and processing. Her company; Limomonane Products produces and processes fruits to make jam, marmalade, canned and dried fruits. Her […]Read More

‘Gospel music has great future in Africa’

Natsisai Taaliah Mudzamiri is a Zimbabwean gospel singer, songwriter and recording artist based in Bulawayo. She started her music career three years ago after recording her first album “Spirit of the Lord” through the Gospel Sound Clinic record label. The album has been received quite well by her fans within and outside Zimbabwe even as […]Read More

African youth should move beyond social media politics – Mantate

Mantate Mlotshwa is passionate about the role of women and youth in democracy and governance processes. She works as a Senior Program Associate at the International Republican Institute (IRI), Zimbabwe office and previously worked as a Programs Associate at the Women’s Institute for Leadership Development (WILD). The human rights advocate sits in the African Women […]Read More

Letter to President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe

By Sunday Oyinloye Mr. President, I want to start this “epistle” by saying that   I have respect for the office you occupy as the President of Zimbabwe, though deep inside you , I am sure you  know that  the  seat  you  are  occupying  is probably not yours.  I said probably not yours because the election […]Read More

Between diplomacy and foolishness

By Sunday Oyinloye One of the missions of my international weekly online magazine is to promote world peace. The reason is simple; I know the price of war and the benefits of peace. In a war situation, some parents will rather save their lives first before thinking about their children. That is how devastating a […]Read More

‘We are faced with new struggles in post-apartheid South Africa’

Thokozile Eulanda  Nhlumayo is a young politician and human rights activist born in Soshanguve, on the Southern side of South Africa’s capital city, Pretoria. She currently holds office as the Executive Secretary of the International Youth Parliament (IYP), which represents the voice of young leaders in over 35 countries in Africa. Thokozile is also the […]Read More