Africa

A parliamentary decision from a decade ago to increase the number of High Court judges from 51 to 82 remains on paper. The judges also claim they are overburdened and are not paid accordingly

LGBTQ protest in Kenya

While the colonial-era law criminalizing homosexuality has not yet scrapped, the LGBT community can continue to legally register associations to organize and lobby for their rights

In an interview with Peoples Dispatch, Dr. Fathi Elfad, secretary of information bureau of the Sudanese Community Party, says that the uprising in the country will not be satisfied with the mere resignation of president Omar al-Bashir and seeks to end the entire regime

Peoples Dispatch brings you an interview conducted with Brahim Kharchoufi, member of the Moroccan organization The Democratic Way, during the International Peoples’ Assembly in Solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution and Against Imperialism.

The ZANU(PF)-led government of Zimbabwe recently announced that the indigenization rule, which prohibits foreign mining companies from owning 50% or more of the shares,would be scrapped to allow 100% private ownership of platinum mines. The decision was soon extended to diamond mines too

Lesotho garment workers

The workers in two of the Nien Hsing’s six factories demand the creation of a separate fabric and paper mill sector, the activities of which are wrongly classified under garment sector, which has the lowest pay.

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