Africa

Western Eco-imperialism Against Africa

To truly exercise sovereignty, Africans must extricate themselves from the allure of Western leftism. It is illogical to oppose Western imperialism, yet accept eco-policies crafted by the West that are antithetical to Africa’s progress.

Kenneth Kaunda: Zambia Shall Be Free author and nationalist leader, 1924-2021

Zambia's founding father, Kenneth Kaunda, dies at 97 By Daniel Pelz  Deutsch Welle TV When Zambia's new green-red-black-orange flag was raised for the first time over the capital, Lusaka, on October...

South African 10-baby birth may be world’s first decuplets

The news is coming after a woman from Mali had given birh to nine babies only last month in Morocco, in what was hailed as the world’s first case of nonuplets South...

Chad: Does Idriss Deby’s death halt three decades of sit tight regime?

Ironically President Deby who died in battle with rebel forces after winning a supposedly democratic presidential election is being replaced by his son a military general of the Chadian armed forces.

DR Congo waking up to AstraZeneca death jab?

Several African countries have banned the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine, citing possible side effects. The move follows similar measures by European states. African countries temporarily suspend AstraZeneca vaccine

Why Africa Hasn’t Kickstarted Its Renewable Energy Boom

Why Africa Hasn't Kickstarted Its Renewable Energy Boom by Irina Slav - OilPrice.com Africa has a solar energy potential of as much as 1,000 GW and wind potential of 110 GW, not...

Calling out Ethiopia government sponsored massacres in Tigray

Like the Nigeria military killings, a murderous regime in Ethiopia led by prime minister Abiy Ahmed has shocked humanity with brutal massacres, torture and genocide of an entire population of Tigray all in the name prosecuting a...

Beyond the sabre rattling in the Sahara

As guarrantee for regional peace in the Sub Saharan states, Sudan has called on Ethiopia to return to dialogue, and to complete the re-demarcation of agreed borders and to place signs indicating them.

How Uganda’s president became what he once fought against

Part of rebuilding U.S. democratic institutions is fighting for them abroad. Uganda, where an aging ruler has evolved from reformer to tyrant, would be a good place to start.

Brexit and the consequences for Africa

There are several ways that Brexit could benefit Africa with British economic expansion turning again toward its erstwhile commonwealth members and other African countries. AfricanNews outlines a concise framework - How will...
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The old world is over: Russia has buried it.

New centers of power have emerged, the unipolar world order isn’t coming back, and the colonial way...
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Arrogance of the Collective West is fueled by ignorance

Let’s not even consider the absurdity of vandals claiming to be civilizers! What civilization did Europe bring to the Americas? What...

NATO vs Russia: what happens next

In Davos and beyond, NATO's upbeat narrative plays like a broken record, while on the ground, Russia is stacking up wins...

A Psychopath from Hell – and he won Nobel Peace Prize

If for some inexplicable reason, (as an American) you couldn’t come up with a reason to be ashamed of the United...

Getting into serious history: The true story of Yahweh

Getting into serious history: The true story of Yahweh of the Jews indicates he was not a god but one of...
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