In South Africa, One Question Dominates: How Much Longer Should Zuma Stay?

  JOHANNESBURG — It is, in South Africa’s political parlance, the season of the two centers of power. In December, Cyril Ramaphosa was elected leader of the African National Congress and, given the party’s pre-eminence, he immediately became the nation’s president in waiting. That left President Jacob Zuma — the former leader of the party who had backed Mr.…

History Lesson – Excerpts From Brig Victor Banjo Broadcast on Benin Home Service As Biafran Troops Storm Into Mid-West

  August 14, 1967 20:00 GMT Excerpts From Brig Victor Banjo Broadcast on Benin Home Service  As Biafran Troops Storm Into Mid-West   “… The 29th July 1966 Federal Military Government, came into being as a result of a mutiny in which the primary action was directed at the elimination of a particular ethnic group…