14.5 C
Los Angeles
Friday, April 26, 2024

Monthly Archives: May, 2014

Try searching for your interests:

Congo war horrors in bubblegum pink

The Irish photographer Richard Mosse has generated much attention with his pink war zone landscapes of the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of...

TRANSCEND Peace University: Africa: Africa in 2064 – A 'Reciprocal Development' & 'Basic Human Needs' Approach

Africa's current development models tend to echo the priorities of colonialism, perpetuating structural inequalities that hinder development and exacerbate existing contradictions. To remedy this,...

Connecting the dots between weak leadership and corruption in Africa

‘I was asking myself, how does that happen? A desperately poor African country needing all of its resources, every single cent of it to...

Midlands Voices: Angelou’s writings, moral example have power to inspire By Ngwarsungu Chiwengo

Maya Angelou is among the first African-American writers I read in graduate school. Her autobiography, “I know Why the Caged Bird Sings,”...

Boko Haram affair: President Kagame fires at West-African leaders

"When I watch TV and I see that our leaders, who should have been working together all along to address this problems...

Concern over camp-closure threat in North Kivu

KINSHASA, 28 May 2014 (IRIN) - A warning by authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) that they are considering measures...

Africa will rewrite its own history of glory and dignity exactly in the next 50 years By Antoine Roger Lokongo

It is a privilege for me to be invited by Pambazuka News to gaze into my crystal ball and write a piece about what...

Agenda 2063: an e-mail from the future By Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma

                My dear friend Kwame, ...

UK Under Fire for Recruiting an ‘Army of Children’

by Jonathan Owen – The Independent Ministry of Defence finds itself in the company of countries such as North Korea over...

The Zaire School of Popular Painting: An Art of Independence

The Zaire School of Popular Painting emerged as an artistic movement in the 1970s and has tracked the vibrant life of...

Nigerian Photographer Rotimi Fani Kayode: Exposing Prejudice Through the Nude

Spiritual and homosexual, the photographs of Rotimi Fani-Kayode have allowed us to re-evaluate what constitutes black African male sexuality. The Nigerian-born...

Asa is back with “Dead Again”

After a three-year break from the scene, Nigeria’s Asa is back with a new single. Recently arrived, “Dead Again” showcases the sharp...

U.N. Decries Water as Weapon of War in Military Conflicts By Thalif Deen

The United Nations, which is trying to help resolve the widespread shortage of water in the developing world, is faced...

A snippet of an article about Dubai from the Independent By Dr. Subramanian Swamy

There are three different Dubais, all swirling around each other. There are the expats, there are the Emiratis, headed by Sheikh Mohammed; and then...

- A word from our sponsors -

spot_img

Follow us