Category Archives: Africa and China

The danger of single narrative: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Most of the time, we obtain our news from a mainly Western narrative or perspective. It is  the fact that the West at large controls the world news media. Thus it is inevitable that the international news which we receive daily are from … Continue reading

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Eqypt – instability ahead

A s I have predicted earlier, Mubarak has been swept away by the recent waves of mass public demonstration that take place in the Arab world. Mubarak was the front man for the military, when he became the president following the … Continue reading

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2010 World Cup – my impression

The World Cup has just ended. Congratulation to the Spanish team. I watched the final with friends. It was an intense battle between the highly gifted Spanish against the crafty and determined Dutch team. However, it was not a game of … Continue reading

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Reconnecting the international struggles of Black people

I have previously mentioned that in the West, people are usually free to write whatever they want. It seems to be a worthwhile trait in which the rest of the  world can emulate. However, it must be remembered that, only … Continue reading

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West Must Walk the Talk

  The Herald (Harare) ANALYSIS3 March 2008   WHEN it comes to China and Africa, the European Union and the U.S. want to eat their cake and have it too, writes Senegalese President ABDOULAYE WADE.   IN an echo of … Continue reading

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