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Nigeria's Futur: An Interview with Noo Saro-Wiwa about her book

Erika Degortes – TRANSCEND Media Service  Looking for Transwonderland (travels in Nigeria) is the title of a fabulous book by Noo Saro-Wiwa, a British/Nigerian writer...

Winnie Mandela Turns 80, Vows to lead Marikana Campaignby BAR editor and columnist Dr. Marsha Adebayo

“She opposed the ANC compromises with the former apartheid regime and the disarming of the armed wing of the ANC Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK)...

The Collapse of a Titan by Rais Neza Boneza

    Near madness, Strangled in the North, the Equator-- Ngbadolite, Ngemena, to the Ubangui border-- In the center, Tetela land-- Kisangani,...

 Seizing Statesmanship: Why President Kiir should Declare His Retirement Now, But Not Quit yet. 

(Gurtong):-Salva Kiir Mayardit, the current president of South Sudan - the world’s youngest republic – is a man admired and loathed at equal measures....

The State of the World–By Journalism

We want journalists to do that, give us the state of the world, by from one “trouble spot”–arenas of past-present-future violence–to the other. Not...

HAITI RISES: A TIME FOR SOLIDARITY by Nia Imara and Robert Roth

HAITI RISES: A TIME FOR SOLIDARITY by Nia Imara and Robert Roth Haiti Rises: A Time for Solidarity was first published in February 2016. Since...

What's happening in Zimbabwe By Professor Jonathan Moyo

Zimbabwe is in the grips of a wave of violent protests, which so far have been crushed by the police. President Robert Mugabe says...

SA carries cross of South-South cooperation

SEPTEMBER 12 is perhaps one of the less celebrated international days, it is the United Nations (UN) Day for South-South Cooperation – a notion...

The African Union: The West’s Gendarme in Africa by Thomas C. Mountain

“AU-sponsored soldiers in Somalia rape and murder, sell arms on the black market to their erstwhile enemies, Al Shabab, and in general smuggle and...

REVIVING HAITI'S ARMY WOULD HARM DEMOCRACY by JEB SPRAGUE

The Miami HeraldPosted on Thu, Sep. 06, 2012 Reviving Haiti’s army would harm democracy BY JEB SPRAGUE jhsprague@umail.ucsb.edu Haiti’s government is making plans to revive the country’s disbanded...

DRC economy an awakening giant

By Franck Kuwonu Most news headlines from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) have one thing in common – their focus on conflict, particularly...

SEPTEMBER 30TH INTERNATIONAL DAY IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF HAITI

Join Haiti Action Committee to commemorate the 25th anniversary of a coup that continues to inform the present struggle of the Haitian people for...

Pull down ‘racist’ Ghandi’s statue from Legon – Professor demands

Statue of Mahatma Ghandi on campus of the University of Ghana   A former Director of the Institute of African Studies, Professor...

Islam Right now By Johan Galtung

5 September, 2016 – TRANSCEND Media Service – Watching Christianity nearly a century–fundamentalist Christians fighting ritualistic Christians fighting secularism, generally moving fundamentalism–>ritualism–>secularism–maybe the same for Islam?  Their...

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