African Union turned into Handmaiden for Pax Americana

The aftermath of AU’s betrayal to Africa, particularly to Eritrea and Somalia is there for all to see.

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

Professor Ali A. Mazrui, Director of the Institute of Global Cultural  Studies and Albert Schweitzer Professor in the Humanities State  University of New York, in his 2003 article “Between Pax Americana and Pax Africana“, wrote about the effects of the September 11 attacks on Africa and US policy in Africa . Professor Mazrui, in concluding his article asked the following:

“…will American resources help to strengthen Pax Africana, or will American power simply turn it into a handmaiden of Pax Americana ? How can we avoid the Americanization of Pax Africana ?…”

Hence the title and subject for today’s lengthy piece… Continue reading

Red Sea Boys Players Reportedly Go Missing

Red Sea Boys: You brought shame to the Eritrean people

By Majuto Omary,

The Cecafa-organised competitions are always fascinating events as they constantly supply moments of drama, brilliance and absurdity as the council has no idea of the whereabouts of 13 members of Red Sea of Eritrea.

They literally disappeared shortly after their quarter-final match of the just concluded Kagame Castle Cup, the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) confirmed yesterday. Continue reading

Red Sea Boys Players Reportedly Go Missing

Red Sea Boys: Shame on You

By Majuto Omary,

The Cecafa-organised competitions are always fascinating events as they constantly supply moments of drama, brilliance and absurdity as the council has no idea of the whereabouts of 13 members of Red Sea of Eritrea.

They literally disappeared shortly after their quarter-final match of the just concluded Kagame Castle Cup, the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) confirmed yesterday. Continue reading

Red Sea Boys Players Reportedly Go Missing

Red Sea Boys: Shame on You

By Majuto Omary,

The Cecafa-organised competitions are always fascinating events as they constantly supply moments of drama, brilliance and absurdity as the council has no idea of the whereabouts of 13 members of Red Sea of Eritrea.

They literally disappeared shortly after their quarter-final match of the just concluded Kagame Castle Cup, the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) confirmed yesterday. Continue reading

Eritrea’s Red Sea Boys: A Nightmare to “Group A” Cecafa Kagame Cup 2011

Red Sea Boys Performe Well in this year's Kagame-Castel Cup 2011

By James Waindi,

Six times regional champions Simba of Tanzania face a Resurgent Red Sea of Eritrea in a crucial “Group A” encounter this afternoon (July 3rd) at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam for the Cecafa Kagame Castel Cup Championship.

Simba have seven points from three matches and are desperate to top the group in order to avoid a tough opponent in the quarterfinal, but Red Sea, who were late inclusions in the tournament, are expected to give them a run for their money. Continue reading

Eritrea's Red Sea Boys: A Nightmare to "Group A" Cecafa Kagame Cup 2011

Red Sea Boys Performe Well in this year's Kagame-Castel Cup 2011

By James Waindi,

Six times regional champions Simba of Tanzania face a Resurgent Red Sea of Eritrea in a crucial “Group A” encounter this afternoon (July 3rd) at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam for the Cecafa Kagame Castel Cup Championship.

Simba have seven points from three matches and are desperate to top the group in order to avoid a tough opponent in the quarterfinal, but Red Sea, who were late inclusions in the tournament, are expected to give them a run for their money. Continue reading

Eritrea's Red Sea Boys: A Nightmare to "Group A" Cecafa Kagame Cup 2011

Red Sea Boys Performe Well in this year's Kagame-Castel Cup 2011

By James Waindi,

Six times regional champions Simba of Tanzania face a Resurgent Red Sea of Eritrea in a crucial “Group A” encounter this afternoon (July 3rd) at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam for the Cecafa Kagame Castel Cup Championship.

Simba have seven points from three matches and are desperate to top the group in order to avoid a tough opponent in the quarterfinal, but Red Sea, who were late inclusions in the tournament, are expected to give them a run for their money. Continue reading