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My grandfather had three wives and fourteen children. In those days, the size of a man’s family was a symbol of fertility, status or wealth. There was practically no limit to the number of children one could have. However, of all...
Conflict has been raging in Yemen since 2015, yet people from Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea remain undeterred to thread on the perilous routes only to encounter dangerous conditions when they get there. To paraphrase the Somali-British poet Warsan Shire, they continue to flee...
  By- The Listening Post Now more than ever, we cannot take news media at face value – we need tools to read media critically, strategies to discern how information works. This is what inspired The Listening Post’s project: Media Theorised. We’ve...
  The issue of aid to Africa from developed nations remains a burning issue especially in the face of the many man made, and natural disasters which continuously plague the Continent. In this thought provoking interview which originally appeared on German...
By Chigozie Obioma In the wake of fresh deaths at the hands of police officers in the world’s greatest nation, we, the people of the black race, are once again the object of renewed worldwide attention. Questions of injustice in the...
A nation is said to be in recession when gross domestic product (GDP) declines for two or more consecutive quarters where GDP is the market value of all goods and services produced within the country in a given time....
International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. In 2017, #BeBoldForChange and take groundbreaking action that truly drives the...
Professor Farrooq in this article which first appeared on his site .......in 2014 touches on an issue most Africans who seek for better education across the ocean remain in the dark about. In continuance of my Black History Month articles,...
By Jean Pierre Misago In the post-apartheid South Africa, resurgence of xenophobic violence is a symptom of the deep leadership deficit. For the fourth consecutive week now, South Africa is witnessing what many analysts call a "resurgence" of xenophobic violence in parts of...
BY DOTUN OYENIYI Lecture delivered in Barcelona, Spain on Saturday 4th March 2017 at the inauguration of CAAIC: AFRO-CATALAN MOVEMENT Let us start with the freshest in our memories. In early January 2017, the world attention was turned virtually to just...
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