African Homeland News

5 February 2021 – Uganda – Update from Bobi Wine

28 January 2021 – South Africa

Tembisa is one of the largest townships in South Africa that was originally created by the Apartheid government. It is located in the City of Ekurhuleni. Ekurhuleni is in the Gauteng Province of the nation. The people feel neglected. Read more here.


27 January 2021 – South Africa

Five families from materially under-resourced families in the Maubane area, Moretele District of the North West province received food parcels from the office of the MEC of Social development. Read more here.


25 January 2021 – Uganda

The Uganda High Court has ruled that the army must vacate Bobi Wine’s property.

Wine has been under house arrest since dictator Museveni’s fraudulent election victory earlier in the month. Read more here


23 January 2021 – South Africa

Body cam

South African Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalula, announced that traffic officers will wear body cameras. Read more here.


22 January 2021 – South Africa

The masses of poor people can learn a lot about the continued dictatorship in Uganda under the watch of the African Union. For more on this perspective, read here


21 January 2021 – South Africa

SAB has cancelled 2.5 billion rands in investment expenditure. This affects many South Africans. People stand to lose jobs and have their livelihoods affected. Read more here.


19 January 2021 – Uganda

Africa should be concerned.

Do a Google search and see if there is a word from the African Union on Bobi Wine’s house arrest in Uganda.

Is it time Africa starts asking itself what the purpose of the AU is? Read more here.


17 January 2021Uganda

Yoweri Museveni has been president of Uganda since 1986. He won again this week.

While African Union leaders were impotent in ending Uganda’s dictatorial regime, democracy suffers. Read more.