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Why Do We Want The Land Back?

By The Good Elephant Image source: http://www.saha.org.za/nonracialism/dynamic_irresistible_force.htm “We take our stand on the principle that Afrika is one and desires to be one and nobody, I repeat, nobody has the right to balkanize our land” – Robert Sobukwe (1959) Post-apartheid South

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The Comoros celebrate 42 years of Independence.

On this 6th of July, we also celebrate the Independence day of the Comoros. The Comoros consist of a group of islands that form one nation. The biggest problems that have faced this nation has been the many political coups

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Happy Independence Day Malawi.

Today we celebrate 53 years of Independence with Malawi. Within this period of sovereignty, a lot remains the same for the lives of all Malawians. May this day remind & inspire Malawians to push for more poverty alleviation projects, an

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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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Madagascar, Happy Independence Day!

Today we celebrate Madagascars 57th Independence day. To our fellow Malagasy brothers and sisters, we make a plea that amidst the festivities of such a great milestone, may the work dedicated to the goals of poverty eradication, higher literacy levels

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Happy Africa Day!!!

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“You Have A Right To……Only If You Can Afford It”

   Image source: https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/imagesq=tbn:ANd9GcRtrB114n3PQZX5v0gN2krtPMINYeM5Z6cPP9F_ubDWCzt9noJm By The Good Elephant Prior to our president exercising his constitutional right to fire and appoint ministers, South Afrca celebrated Human Rights day on the 21st of Mrach. It is because of that day that I

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