[Independent (Kampala)] President Yoweri Museveni has said that for sections in The West to think that they can trample on Russia like they have been trampling on the formerly colonized peoples of the world, is to be very reckless and dangerous to world peace.
[The Conversation Africa] American President Donald Trump's February 13 calls to Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari and South Africa's Jacob Zuma are his first signals of interest in sub-Sahara Africa.
[Nation] There are interesting coincidences in the Brexit and "America first" movements. First is their timing and ideological convergence, second is the affinity between their prime movers, and third is that the three men -- Mr Boris Johnson and Mr Nigel Farage of Brexit, and President Donald Trump of "America first" -- all share German ancestry.
[Monitor] President Museveni has sucked himself into the ongoing verbal rattling between liberals and conservatives over new US President Donald Trump's relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, by penning a missive proposing a middle ground in the divisive international politics.
[White House] Readout of the U.S. President's Call with President Jacob Zuma of South Africa President Donald J. Trump spoke this week with President Jacob Zuma of South Africa to discuss ways to expand cooperation and trade between the United States and South Africa. President Trump highlighted the strong bilateral trade ties between the two countries and expressed interest in identifying new, mutually beneficial opportunities for trade. President Trump also suggested that the United States and South Africa do more to
[SNA] Khartoum -The First Vice-President of the Republic, Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih got acquainted with procedures made by the Central Bank of Sudan and other commercial banks on how to make maximum benefit from lifting of US sanctions imposed on Sudan.
[Financial Gazette] THE American comedy show, Saturday Night Live (SNL) has been having a decent go at President Donald Trump. In its latest edition, it had a section in which it parodied his phone calls to the Australian Prime Minister, Michael Turnbull, Mexican President Enrique Piena Neto and German Chancellor, Angela Merkel.