We will protect local products in new trade agreement; Tanzania to Britain

The emergence of Brexit which saw the United Kingdom detach itself from the European Union calls for certain core adjustments to be made in terms of bilateral relationships, especially business or trade agreements between respective countries, the EU and the now independent Britain. With regards to this, the Tanzanian Government has also initiated a trade […]

A seeming Commonwealth but uncommon cultural values – UK & Kenya

Who sets the standard? It is a common phenomenon to see former colonies being whipped into some order that portrays certain core elements that forms part of the colonial power’s cultural content. This is evident in former African colonies emulating foreign contents such as language, education, way of dressing, governance and many others from their […]

The UK will Make Africa Business Partner – Borris Johnson

The United Kingdom is in the process of leaving the European Union without a deal, this no-deal Brexit means the UK has to look elsewhere to establish relationships with other parts of the world, especially in the area of trade. Africa could be one of the places the UK will be turning to as it […]

UK pedophiles disguised as philanthropist only to sexually abuse poor African children

Evidence and findings of recent studies indicate that sexual abuse and commercial sexual exploitation of children in Africa is a growing phenomenon across the continent in the face of sex tourism. This sexual abuse and exploitation of children in Africa by British and other European tourists who disguised themselves as philanthropists or friends of the […]