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In memoriam: Shams Bhanji

Dear friendsWe are sorry to have to inform those...

Central African Republic launches Bitcoin hub

The Central African Republic has launched its government-backed cryptocurrency...

Belgium’s Trail of Colonial Injustice: From the plight of the Metis, Lumumba’s tooth to rising Tutsi Phobia

“Je suis le souverain d'un petit pays et de petites gens. J'ai passé ma vie à vouloir leur faire du bien; ils m'ont traité de voleur, d'assassin!’’ King Léopold...

MAPPING THE SAHEL By RAHMANE IDRISSA

Afeature of the Western ‘war on terror’ that seems to come out of fable rather than reality is an inability to see the enemy. In...

Nobel Peace Prize 2022: Shortlist Respecting Nobel’s Antiwar Intention

Fredrik S. Heffermehl | Nobel Peace Prize Watch – TRANSCEND Media Service January 2022 – Nobel Peace Prize Watch hereby presents its list of nominations for...

The Case for Reparations and Revisiting Colonial Atrocities

By Rob Lemkin and Femi Nylander In the spring of 1979, Moussa Ali, now 85, was plowing his parched field on the edge of a two-house...

The sound of music quietens the sound of guns

Join Bands, Not Gangs offers music lessons to vulnerable teens in dangerous Western Cape neighbourhoods, encouraging those at risk to choose an instrument rather...

What’s next after Ahmaud Arbery’s killers held ‘accountable’ By Dianne Mathiowetz

Judge Timothy Walmsley delivered sentences to the convicted murderers of Ahmaud Arbery on Jan. 7. The 25-year-old Black man was chased and trapped by...

Military Coups in Africa are an Instrument of Neocolonialism

The often-repeated military coups and unrest on the African continent never surprise anyone. A military coup in Africa has already become a classic system...

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In memoriam: Shams Bhanji

Dear friendsWe are sorry to have to inform those...

Central African Republic launches Bitcoin hub

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Belgium’s Trail of Colonial Injustice: From the plight of the Metis, Lumumba’s tooth to rising Tutsi Phobia

“Je suis le souverain d'un petit pays et de petites gens. J'ai passé ma vie à vouloir leur faire du bien; ils m'ont traité de voleur, d'assassin!’’ King Léopold...