The Parliamentary Newspaper: Telling the Inside Stories from Local, Regional to the Continental

Leaving no stone unturned in giving visibility to parliamentary-related issues, PN Africa has published content to promote open parliaments in the Parliamentary Newspaper over the years. another sector managed by the organization as a means of dissemination of information. The Parliamentary Newspaper began as an advocacy newspaper in 2015 intended to bridge the communication gap […]

Promoting Collaboration for Change: Pan-Africa Parliament CSO Forum

By Benjamin Opoku Aryeh Senior Programs Officer, Parliamentary Network Africa The recent Pan-Africa Parliament CSO Forum, organized May 19 2023, by the Center for Human Rights in Midrand, South Africa, in collaboration with the Pan-African Parliament, witnessed a remarkable convergence of voices focused on the theme “Accelerating the implementation of the African Continental Free Trade […]

Ghana’s PAP Delegation Highlights Unconstitutional Changes in Govt among Topical Issues Discussed at 1ST Ordinary Session

Peace and security, integration of the Continent, unconstitutional changes of government and the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) were the issues that featured prominently on the Agenda for the First Ordinary Session of the Sixth Parliament of the Pan African Parliament. This is according to a Report of the Representatives from the Parliament of […]

South Africa Commends PAP’s Commitment to AU Theme of the year

While offering her keynote address to the Pan-African Parliament (PAP) on behalf of the President of South Africa, H.E. President Cyril Ramaphosa, at the official opening ceremony of Permanent Committees of the sixth Parliament of PAP in Midrand, South Africa (SA), Deputy Minister of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, Candice Mashego-Dlamini commended the African legislators for […]

Global Secretary of UPAM Resigns over Executive Indecision on Working Allowance for her Office

The Global Secretary and Interim National Representative of the United Pan-Africanist Movement (UPAM), Miss Modester Yeukai Kamupinda has resigned from her position following the lack of commitment by the organization to release the needed funds to operationalize her office. Miss. Kamupinda tendered in her resignation to the organization during the week which took effect from […]


APRM TO HARMONIZE WORK WITH THE PAN-AFRICAN PARLIAMENT The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is poised to harmonize its work and engagement with the Pan-African Parliament to influence government decisions and policies by passing legislation and mobilizing support for the APRM process as well as participating in sensitization on APRM. APRM is confident of the […]

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