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Does Africa care? Africa will only begin to care if you and me as proud Zimbabweans can stand up now and be counted. President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa  Zuma extended his profound congratulations to Mugabe on his landslide victory in the recent elections. The African Union has literally endorsed the elec...
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Your Excellency,   Prime Minister, It’s Time To Discontinue The De Facto Jim Crow Immigration Reforms   Please find attached my perspective on your government’s approach to immigration. While I appreciate that Britain’s immigration system is broken, I think you need to reconsider your immigration str...
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written by Obinna Akukwe The recent health care reforms of Barrack Obama is being associated with the mark of the beast 666 . A controversial section of the Health Care Reform act talked of ‘(ii) a class II device that is implantable, life-supporting, or life-sustaining’. One of the class...
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About 35 people have been killed in two attacks by gunmen in Borno state Nigeria. A military statement reveals that 32 militants, two soldiers and a police officer died in the assaults on a police station and a military base late on Sunday. According to the military, sophisticated weapons and explosi...
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Harare – Zimbabwe’s defeated presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai on Monday prepared to mount a legal and political challenge against the “sham” election that looks set to extend Robert Mugabe’s 33-year rule. Tsvangirai’s allies have announced they will launch a constituti...
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The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says that after a preliminary investigation she believes that acts attributed to the Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram are likely crimes against humanity. “Information available provides a reasonable basis to believe that since July 2009 Boko ...
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By Tintagu Tigley In his article We owe it to them, Professor Solomon Terfa begins with a cliché describing being a revolutionary when one is young i.e. ages 18-30 and that this comes as a result of being  “motivated by emotions and idealism”. He continues to inform us that If one remains a revolutio...
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By Alemayehu G Mariam In June 1966, Senator Robert Kennedy (RFK) visited South Africa and delivered a speech at the University of Cape Town on the occasion of the annual Day of Affirmation organized by the National Union of South African Students. RFK’s “Day of Affirmation” speech was uplifting...
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By Selam Beyene (PhD) At a time when patriotic Ethiopians like Eskinder Nega are languishing in Gulag-style prisons for exercising their rights to express their opinions, those of us living beyond Woyane’s reach are blessed with the freedom to read books that stimulate the mind, shed light on our ric...
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  In Zimbabwe, Zanu-PF supporters in the throes of victory have been walking through the streets carrying shovels, calling on their re-elected president Robert Mugabe to bury the Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai. But Tsvangirai saved Mugabe the trouble by burying himself l...