The end of the British Empire in Indian was one of the planet’s most transformational events since World War II
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The chance for peace and dialogue might have been missed. A civil war, for some, and a war between two countries for others, is more likely than not underway in the Cameroons.
Earlier today, a British university held an event to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of women’s suffrage in England
Interview explores the contribution of women of Indian descent to British women’s suffrage movement
The Suffragettes risked imprisonment and were dubbed “wild” in their campaign for women’s rights to vote
Britain’s controversial Suffragettes were instrumental in securing the vote for British women 100 years ago
Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the royal family members have a reason why they don’t
British women won the right to vote 100 years ago after an intense struggle marked by a violent fringe campaign
President Mnangagwa recently said that he would announce the date of the harmonized elections anytime after 12 February. The big question is whether voters will choose the ruling ZANU-PF party or the opposition MDC.
Anglophones have decried the fact that the more than 50 years old regime of Yaounde exploited their vulnerability resulting from their being expended by Britain. Yaounde has gone on to treat them as second-class citizens.