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Rwanda Celebrates 55 years of Independence.

Today we also celebrate the 55th Independence Day of Rwanda. A nation that has a great story to tell when it comes to championing womens rights and equality of opportunities as seen by having the largest female parliarmentary representation in

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Happy Independence Day Burundi

Today we also celebrate Burundis 55th Independence day. Due to the many conflicts the country has faced, pressing issues such as the country’s development, education, deforestation, have largely been neglected. May this day serve as a reminder to all burundians

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Celebrating 57 years of independence with Somalia.

To a country that sits at the Horn of Africa, we say Happy 57th Independence Day to the Republic of Somalia. The independence from Colonial rule is yet to be fully experienced by Africas Eastern most nation as it sits

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Letter from occupied Azania to Africa

In all our conversations with our continental friends, my understanding is that there is a general failure to grasp the complexity and uniqueness of South Africa’s history. The “obsession” between black and white as they tend to call it, is

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2017 the year of Pan Afrikanism

By The Good Elephant  An awakening is currently under way within the black populace. We have reached a point whereby through the Virtual connectivity allotted to us by the power of the internet, especially social media, the black mass is

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A letter to the other (wo)Man

Now I have no business in talking spiritual issues, well for now, although I do acknowledge that regardless of our gender we kneel in sorrow, doubt and jubilee to pray. Through this very action of praying, we build a relationship with God and ourselves. It is from Him where we get the gift of family and the African family can never be complete without our male counterparts. It is service to God to give thanks, and although we primarily tend to praise the African woman, a “Queen” in her own right for the massive role she plays in our lives as mother, sister, friend, neighbour etc., isn’t it disservice to the Almighty to deny the “King” the praise he so deserves?

Aren’t we, after all products of his rib cage?

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