Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Kwame Nkrumah was Right about Neo-Colonialism

Just like Kwame Nkurumah predicted in 1965, Neo-Colonialism is indeed the last stage of Imperialism; and now the Colonial Masters are back! What next? In...

American Involvement in African Affairs: How the CIA Caused Mandela’s Arrest

American involvement in African affairs has always been a fact of modern politics but it remains hard to prove as there is usually no...

Meet Alexander Pushkin, Russian poet and great-grandson of a Cameroonian chief

Born on May 26, 1799, Alexander Pushkin, who nicknamed himself Afrikanets, is considered one of Russia’s greatest poets and the founding father of Modern...

Will Africa Have Another Patrice Emery Lumumba?

As a youth, Patrice Lumumba challenged the colonial powers for an independent DR Congo. Sadly, youths of today have other priorities. Patrice Emery Lumumba can...

A Peek Into the Final Days of DR Congo’s Assassinated Dictator, Laurent-Desire Kabila

After he overthrew despot Mobutu Sese Seko in 1997, Laurent-Desire Kabila wanted to restore order in the Democratic Republic of Congo after...

“He Is Not As Intelligent As Mugabe” – Margaret Thatcher Said This After Meeting...

When Margaret Thatcher met Nelson Mandela, she thought that he was not as intelligent as Mugabe, but was good at making deals.

Kwame Nkrumah and Julius Nyerere: The Tag Team That Would Have United Africa

They both believed in Pan-Africanism, but allowed the alien ideology of Socialism deprive them from working together towards their common goal.

Ota Benga: The Sad Heart-Wrenching Tale Of The Man Who Was Kept In A...

His family was killed, he was taken as a slave, and he lived in the Bronx Zoo’s monkey house as a human...

Scientists trace world’s languages back to single African mother tongue

Scientists trace world’s languages back to single African mother tongue. Scientists say they have traced the world’s 6,000 modern languages — from English...

Empress Zewditu: Ethiopia’s First female head of State

As we welcome Ethiopia’s first female President Sahle Zewde we must also remember her historical predecessor. Empress Zewditu was the first female head of...

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Strive Masiyiwa to build house and pay $1000 monthly allowance for granny who walked...

Telecommunications magnate and billionaire, Mr Strive Masiyiwa has pledged to build a house and pay a $1000 lifetime monthly allowance to an elderly woman...

Son of Angolan ex-president released from jail

The son of the former Angolan president has been released from prison, where he was being held on charges of embezzlement. José Filomeno dos Santos...

Africa Must Abolish Colonial Anti-Cannabis Laws to Unlock a 7 Billion Dollar Industry

The African cannabis industry is expected to be worth over US$7.1 billion by 2023. However, many countries will not benefit from the growth unless...