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Jowhar.com-Somali News Leader

A meeting in Mogadishu, Forum for unity and democracy presented that a Proportional Representation is appropriate in Somalia in 2016; they said that PR is easy and can be used for a country like Somalia. ...

Dear Mohamed Mokhtar ,The Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resource : Somalia has finally emerged from the two decades of civil war. The country’s population is looking up for better ways of living, and catching up with the rest of the world. ...

As the communities of Jubbaland and Southwest are experiencing, close and peaceful communities in Mudug and Galgudud regions are suffering from the tragic consequences of political acrimony fomented by the denounced clan federalism under implementation without constitutional, political, and administrative foundations. ...

 Foreword :  I have many aspirations for my country, one of them being the rebirth of strong united federal Somalia where the inalienable human rights of its citizens are protected. ...

I have recently visited my birth place Mogadishu after migrating with my family to London at the age of two. Visiting where my parents used to say “Mogadishu is where your umbilical cord is buried” was a life changing journey. The words of my parents “Xundhurtaadaa ku duugan, Xaqeeda ayaa lagaa rabaa” led me to realise the personal and collective responsibility...

No one can deny the huge progress that our beloved country is making, despite all the challenges that face us as a country and as a nation. This article aims to highlight the existing opportunities, as well as pointing out the challenges and more importantly the main aim is to suggest recommendations that are realistic and achievable to further develop the country. ...

“Aduunyo Jowhar Ka Joog, Aakhirana Janno” is one of the quotes Somalis use to describe the beauty of the country’s agricultural land. Today, Somalia’s farmland similar to its neighbouring countries is in danger of falling into the hands of transnational companies often in partnership with governments sometimes supported by the local elites. ...

Looking Back During Somalia’s transitional period, successive governments lacked the ability to propose a cohesive plan to advance the country’s political system and with it their own legitimacy. ...

Broadband availability in Africa has been a major issue for both business and personal access to the cloud. Fortunately, Internet bandwidth has improved dramatically over the past few years—In Africa, especially for businesses looking to connect to cloud resources elsewhere in the world. ...

More than half a century ago, Frantz Fanon made two pivotal observations about cataclysmic convulsions that would engulf Central and Eastern Africa. ...