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BOTSWANA; 5O YEARS OF PEACE & STABLE DEMOCRACY IN THE WORLD’S CORE OF DIAMONDS

Pre-Independence History BOTSWANA was known as BECHUANALAND during the British Rule between March 1885 up until September 1966 when it gained its Independence. Sir Seretse Khama born in a powerful African Royal Family in Bechuanaland known as Bamangwato rose to…..

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BOTSWANA; 5O YEARS OF PEACE & STABLE DEMOCRACY IN THE WORLD’S CORE OF DIAMONDS

admin | October 23, 2019

Pre-Independence History BOTSWANA was known as BECHUANALAND during the British Rule between March 1885 up until September 1966 when it gained its Independence. Sir Seretse Khama born in a powerful African Royal Family in Bechuanaland known as Bamangwato rose to…..

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MOZAMBIQUE; Independence, Rocky Political Journey Strained By Historical Political Antagonism

admin | October 15, 2019

Struggle for Independence MOZAMBIQUE or MOCAMBIQUE in Portuguese was a Colony of Portugal since 1752 up until June 1975. Mozambique’s Struggle for Independence gained momentum on June 1962 when Three Mozambican Nationalist Organizations/Parties MANU, UDENAMO & UNAMI converged at Dar…..

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TUNISIA: ICON OF THE ARAB SPRING; BUDDING DEMOCRACY IN THE ARAB WORLD

admin | September 16, 2019

History TUNISIA; Home to the ancient City of Carthage (Found in Tunis the Capital City of Tunisia Today) is Africa’s Northernmost Country a former French Colony since May 1881 until its Independence on March 1956. Its Independence came after a…..

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EAST AFRICA’S OIL BREAKTHROUGH; WILL IT BE THE USUAL TALE OF FOREIGN CAPITALISM AMIDST LOCAL STATE OF DISCORD & DISARRAY?

admin | August 3, 2019

I’m sure You have heard the phrases “Curse of Oil” the “Dutch Disease” or the “Resource Curse”. Basically this is the Paradox of plenty where naturally wealthiest Countries are usually the most destitute, oppressed and underdeveloped Home to  some of…..

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AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS;AFRICA’S LARGEST & MOST PRESTIGIOUS FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT

admin | June 21, 2019

History AFTER a long struggle to be recognized by FIFA as a Football Zone; Africa was finally recognized as a FIFA Zone in 1954 during a FIFA Congress held in Bern Switzerland. Later in another FIFA Congress at Lisbon Portugal…..

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SOUTH AFRICA; History,Intrigues of Apartheid Regime & New State of Democracy

admin | May 5, 2019

1899-A Supremacy War breaks out between the British Empire of Southern Africa and the Boers who who were controlling Two Colonies in Southern Africa. The British won and seized the Two Colonies (Transvaal and Orange Free State) from the Boers…..

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The Africa We Want:Radical Thoughts For A Demanding Cause

admin | April 10, 2019

THE AFRICA WE WANT Introduction Triggered by his inaugural address remarks to African Youths that they (African Leaders) cannot build Africa without us for we are professional Men and Women with full role to play; Two Days after his Election…..

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Senegal:An Enchanting Democracy In Turbulent West Africa

admin | February 23, 2019

Senegal Gained its Independence from France On 4th April 1960;On 5th September 1960 it became a Republic with Leopold Sedar Senghor as the First President.The first Independence Elections were held on December 1963 and Senghor with his Independence Party ‘Senegalese…..

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Nigeria’s Intriguing Political Journey Right From Its Independence TO DATE:

admin | February 14, 2019

October 1,1960 Nigeria gained its Independence from Britain; Nnamdi Azikwe gets appointed as Governor  General alongside Tafawa Balewa as the Prime Minister. October 1,1963 Nigeria became a Republic with Nnamdi Azikwe as its first President with Tafawa Balewa as its…..

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Madagascar’s Bitter Powerful Political Arch-rivals Never-ending Face-off

admin | December 27, 2018

44 Years old former Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina has been declared the Winner of a hotly contested Presidential Vote Run-off against his Arch-rival 68 Years old Marc Ravalomanana who is the sitting President. Andry has garnered 55% against Marc’s 44%…..

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