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By Chika Oduah Senegal, Dakar (CNN)Fifty-one years ago, a political decision changed the course of my life and I wasn't even born when it was made. After several bouts of ethnic hostilities in Nigeria during which thousands of Igbo people were...
By Binyavanga Wainaina Always use the word ‘Africa’ or ‘Darkness’ or ‘Safari’ in your title. Subtitles may include the words ‘Zanzibar’, ‘Masai’, ‘Zulu’, ‘Zambezi’, ‘Congo’, ‘Nile’, ‘Big’, ‘Sky’, ‘Shadow’, ‘Drum’, ‘Sun’ or ‘Bygone’. Also useful are words such as ‘Guerrillas’,...
BY NANJALA NYABOLA In 2017, the world watched as Kenya endured one of the most complicated election cycles ever. In the hotly-contested initial August vote, the incumbent won. As expected, the opposition contested the result in court. Many saw merit in the complaints,...
By Hayley Miller Childish Gambino took the internet by storm this weekend with the release of his new single “This Is America” and its accompanying music video loaded with haunting images of black oppression and gun violence. Fans unpacked the subtle references on...
By Caira Wynn Blackwell In February 1910, a Black man named Allen Brooks was accused of attempting to rape a two-year-old white girl in Dallas, Texas. In early March, his jail cell was stormed, he was dragged—very literally, with a rope around...
By Abdulahi Suleiman Otiwe Africa can emerge the promised continent in the world if the impending problems facing the continent are given genuine attention timely. The development of any society is as a result of the direct mindset of the...
By Lucas Anuforo The media world especially, the West has misjudged, misrepresented and misinterpreted almost every event that is taking place on the African soil. Africa a continent with much-chequered history has been the focus of deluded Western media propaganda. Despite...
By Dan Glazebrook  The whole point of the America-led war on terror in Africa is to keep the continent in a state of permanent war. For not only does it force African countries, finally freeing themselves from Western dependence, into...
African countries have worked hard to improve children’s access to basic education, but there’s still significant work to be done. Today, 32,6 million children of primary-school age and 25,7 million adolescents are not going to school in sub-Saharan Africa. The quality...
By William Easterly Jeffrey Sachs' formula for ending poverty was appealingly simple. All the problems of poverty, the famous Columbia University economist argued, had discrete technological fixes. Bed nets could prevent malaria-spreading mosquito bites. Wells could provide clean water. Hospitals...
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