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A NEW APP FOR KATA KATA

We are happy to announce the launch of our new KATA KATA APP, which enables you to access Kata Kata easily. Soon you will be receiving those your favourite humorous Kata Kata illustrations on your phone. Just click on the link below and download the APP FREE of charge and start enjoying our content. Here we go: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.magzter.katakatacartoonmagazine

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RESPONSE TO IRRESPONSIBLE INSULTS AGAINST GROUPS

It has never been my intention to engage myself in watery empirical arguments, but sometimes, when certain rattling statements are constantly made ““ especially by those who should have known better ““ and ALL members of certain groups (or individuals) are exposed to unnecessary misconception, it then becomes the DUTY of every right thinking person to react and expose one`s gullibility and set the records straight. Recently, my attention has been drawn to a blog/message on the Facebook ““…

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EU $2 Billion Migration Fund: Manna from Heaven For Africans?

There is nothing so shameful like being caught with your pant down. Really? Well, perhaps our brothers and sisters in the Money for hand back for ground industry (or “profession“as it is respectfully called in the Netherlands) might not necessarily agree with me. Anyway, disagreement is part of democracy ““ the life-saving tonic our western lords want us to imbibe in order to become politically and socially healthy. Let`s leave democracy alone for now for the West and think…

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PROVERB OF THE WEEK

  Nsungwi ya mtuwa sisiliridwa. (Chewa ““ Malawi and Nyanja ““ Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mozambique) A tender bamboo cannot be eagerly desired (for building). (English) In Africa, Christmas is a special season, full of festivities, happiness, financial challenges ““ and temptations. It is a period we see old pals, make friends – and even destroy relationships. Think of those beautiful girls and handsome boys hanging around, seeking attention. Aha.. you young bachelor and Bachelorette, have you forgotten the recent demand…

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EU $2 Billion African Migration Fund: Opportunities and Opportunists

Sometimes, you do not necessarily have to be a sadist to believe that one man’s misery can be another man’s fortune. Or vice versa. Do you? How far does this saying remind you of some African and Western leaders? Still contemplating? Ok. Let’s go further to the latest bonanza or manna from the West. Manna? Oh yes! In a desperate attempt to solve the migration exodus to Europe, the European Union (EU) recently launched a $2bn fund aimed at…

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BLAME INDIVIDUALS BUT NOT A RELIGION

BLAME INDIVIDUALS BUT NOT A RELIGION With the current barbaric terrorism making news everywhere, many individuals have shifted their venom on Islam and castigated Muslims as heartless. This is a very dangerous precedent, which   could lead to frictions and irreconcilable difference amongst different groups – and individuals. The problem is the interpretation and application of religions – Islam, Christianity, Hindu, Judaism etc. Many years ago many Christians went on the crusade war; it would be wrong to castigate…

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PROVERB OF THE WEEK:

Ma’di a erwa ni Ma’di. (Ma`di, Sudan / Uganda) The cure of the Ma’di is Ma’di. (English) Often when we have problems, we must first seek solutions to them within before we see outside help (Meaning) Traditional or culturally, when there is a problem amongst the Ma`di group of Sudan and Uganda, they first try to settle it internally before they seek outside help. If there is a crime or marital problem in the village, the affected village tries…

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Burundi: Anarchy and Regional Instability?

Since President Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi was sworn in for his controversial third term, which many consider unconstitutional, the country has not been the same. Many Burundians have been demonstrating on the street to voice out their opposition to the third term project. On the other hands, the government is responding with a high degree of repression. In a typical carrot and stick approach, President Pierre Nkurunziza had first warned the demonstrators – whom he linked to the enemies…

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Africa: Is Polygamy Universally Harmful?

The result of a recent research has indicated that polygamy might not be as totally terrible as one might think, after all. Polygamy? Yes, exactly! The practice of having more than one wife. In African and far beyond, polygamy is the order of the day. According to the statistics released by the Tanzanian government, for example, one in every four married women in the rural areas of the country has at least one co-wife. Many rights groups, including the…

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Zimbabwe: A Choice Between President Mugabe And Civil War?

Looking at the political reality of Zimbabwe, the wisest thing Zimbabweans must do to avoid a fierce civil war in their country is to pray that President Robert Mugabe wakes up every morning. It might sound mental to say, but what happens when even the fiercest critics and archetypal enemies of Uncle Mugabe think same? For those who complain that President Mugabe has overstayed in power or some of us who want him to leave the political arena or…

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The International Criminal Court: The Myth and Reality

Recently, we wrote some articles, which directly or indirectly touch the ICC and its activities. As usual, readers were invited to share their opinions over the articles. Interestingly, the reactions of the readers do not only reveal their interest in the work of the ICC and the African political climate in general, their opinions equally affirm the shocking reality on the ground – general ignorance or misconceptions about the ICC`s modus operandi and legal limitations. Our most recent article…

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South Africa Wants More Time From ICC On President Al-Bashir Saga

The South African government has appealed to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for more time to enable the country respond to the court`s request regarding the visit of Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir to South Africa. Citing limited time as the reason for the extension request, the government of South Africa insisted that it needs more time to clarify the legalities regarding granting immunity from arrest of leaders of countries which are not signatory to the Rome Convention. During his…

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