What Hichilema should focus on first as new Zambian President

Opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema secured victory over incumbent Edgar Lungu in Zambia's presidential election. International Relations Consultant Dr Charles Sinkala and Africa Analyst Prof. Mammo Muchie about what Hichilema should focus on first as the new head of state. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PY8Dsg3uQzU

Prof. Mammo Muchie’s TV Interview

UPND President, Hakainde Hichilema has been blocked from entering Nakonde in Muchinga Province, just a few days after being denied access to parts of Eastern Province in the SADC country, ahead of the elections. African analyst Prof. Mammo Muchie elaborates. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL9bIi512Rk

Prof. Mammo Muchie’s Television Interview

The Northern region of Ethiopia, Tigray has been marred by violence, leaving over a thousand people dead in the conflict. For more on this Pan-African scholar at the Tshwane University of Technology, Professor Mammo Muchie is on the line. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ngGuqu3QA8

Prof. Mammo Muchie’s Radio Interview

The news has been characterizing the current crisis in Ethiopia's Tigray region as genocide against the Tigray people. What's the real story? Dr. Mammo Muchie, an Ethiopian scholar discussed the issue. https://www.blogtalkradio.com/new-orleans-wake-up/2021/07/22/analysis-of-ethiopias-current-situation-and-unfair-news-coverage

Prof. Mammo Muchie’s interview on the recent happenings in Somalia

At least 8 people were pronounced dead after a car bomb targeting a top police chief exploded in Somalia's capital Mogadishu on Saturday. Al-Shabab, an al-Qaeda-linked armed group fighting to overthrow Somalia’s internationally recognised government, claimed responsibility for the attack. Pan-African scholar, The National Research Fund Chair in Innovation Studies at

Prof. Mammo Muchie’s Radio Interview

Outcome of Ethiopia’s elections hard to predict Ethiopians are voting today in national and regional elections taking place against the backdrop of war and famine in the northern Tigray region. It is the first electoral test for Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed who rose to power in 2018 championing a democratic revival