Organisation of Africa Unity

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Times of Malta
Another European army?have now began to take more populist stances, including questioning the need fo
Another European army?
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
have now began to take more populist stances, including questioning the need for further integration, and the value of trade deals like the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Partnership agreement being negotiated with the US. As a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
In Memory of Comrade Nkosi Molala - Honorary President of the Black Consciousness Movementunemployment, exploitation and oppression. Nkosi Molala was a person who did t
In Memory of Comrade Nkosi Molala - Honorary President of the Black Consciousness Movement
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
unemployment, exploitation and oppression. Nkosi Molala was a person who did this. He died on 4 September at the age of 64. I became very close to him when we left Azapo because of the lack of democracy in that organisation. At the time the... Read more
2d
AllAfrica.com
African Press Review 22 September 2016Ian Khama thinks Robert Mugabe should have handed over power in Zimbabwe a long
African Press Review 22 September 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
Ian Khama thinks Robert Mugabe should have handed over power in Zimbabwe a long time ago. Is South Sudan's president guilty of war crimes? What does Nigeria need to do to boost economic growth? And what can the world do to fight the scourge of... Read more
2d
Scoop.co.nz
Russian FM Sergey Lavrov at UNSC R.E. Situation In ME/SyriaSergey Lavrov’s remarks at the UN Security Council High-Level Briefing on the S
Russian FM Sergey Lavrov at UNSC R.E. Situation In ME/Syria
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
Sergey Lavrov’s remarks at the UN Security Council High-Level Briefing on the Situation in the Middle East and North Africa, New York, September 21, 2016Distinguished Secretary-General,Your Excellencies,Ladies and gentlemen,The region of the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nation At 50 - the End of an African Success Story?apartheid regime was outraged and exerted political pressure on the British, wh
Nation At 50 - the End of an African Success Story?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
apartheid regime was outraged and exerted political pressure on the British, who held important mining interests in South Africa. To ease tensions, the British forced Seretse into exile in England from 1950 to 1956. He was only allowed to return... Read more
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iol.co.za
ANCWL opposed to early conferenceWomen’s League that we do not support an early conference because we feel that
ANCWL opposed to early conference
iol.co.za / Posted 5 days ago
Women’s League that we do not support an early conference because we feel that we need to rebuild and unite the structures of the African National Congress and participate fully around policy issues that affect women that we would want to advance... Read more
8d
Daily News
New commitments to unity in good governanceis now time for governance with purpose; after all the flag waving and crowd ga
New commitments to unity in good governance
Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
is now time for governance with purpose; after all the flag waving and crowd gathering at the 65th and 70th anniversaries of the SLFP and UNP. The statements by both party leaders, President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil... Read more
9d
Daily Maverick
We need an inter-generational dialogue on legacies and meanings of freedomwith the various contemporary struggles – for free education, for gender equali
We need an inter-generational dialogue on legacies and meanings of freedom
Daily Maverick / Posted 9 days ago
with the various contemporary struggles – for free education, for gender equality, for freedom to exist and pursue a range of identities as human beings as black, gay, lesbian, trans, queer, differently abled, immigrant, women, men and others, many... Read more
10d
iol.co.za
The ‘morbid symptoms’ of exile and incumbencyIn 1967 Chris Hani had been living with Unity Movement intellectual, Livingston
The ‘morbid symptoms’ of exile and incumbency
iol.co.za / Posted 10 days ago
In 1967 Chris Hani had been living with Unity Movement intellectual, Livingstone Mqotsi in Lusaka. With several other comrades he had written a memorandum decrying the luxurious lifestyle of the exiled leadership and their reluctance to prioritise... Read more
10d
iol.co.za
#OccupyLuthuliHouse and the ‘morbid symptoms’ of exile ans incumbencyIn 1967 Chris Hani had been living with Unity Movement intellectual, Livingston
#OccupyLuthuliHouse and the ‘morbid symptoms’ of exile ans incumbency
iol.co.za / Posted 10 days ago
In 1967 Chris Hani had been living with Unity Movement intellectual, Livingstone Mqotsi in Lusaka. With several other comrades he had written a memorandum decrying the luxurious lifestyle of the exiled leadership and their reluctance to prioritise... Read more
10d
AllAfrica.com
High Level Panel On the Assessment of Key Legislation and the Acceleration of Fundamental ChangeWORKING GROUP 1 ACTS - THE TRIPLE CHALLENGES OF POVERTY, UNEMPLOYMENT AND INEQU
High Level Panel On the Assessment of Key Legislation and the Acceleration of Fundamental Change
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
WORKING GROUP 1 ACTS - THE TRIPLE CHALLENGES OF POVERTY, UNEMPLOYMENT AND INEQUALITY - THE CREATION AND EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH The Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) seeks to give effect to the right to fair labour practices... Read more
11d
The Times & The Sunday Times
ANC stalwart Pityana denounces Black Business Council for endorsing Zumathe country is going through‚ provided our own interests are met. This would be
ANC stalwart Pityana denounces Black Business Council for endorsing Zuma
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 11 days ago
the country is going through‚ provided our own interests are met. This would be the most crass and disturbingly vulgar form of crony capitalism. If this is what the BBC represents‚ then I'm only too pleased to disassociate myself from it. I have no... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Minister Nathi Mthethwa - 13th Annual Moshito Music Market and Conference13th Moshito Music Conference and Exhibition and I would like to extend a warm
Minister Nathi Mthethwa - 13th Annual Moshito Music Market and Conference
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
13th Moshito Music Conference and Exhibition and I would like to extend a warm welcome and express my appreciation to all of you who are here to attend the event. I am sure you are aware that the African continent is a land of great wealth with... Read more
12d
ESPN Cricinfo
The Zimbabwe lessonA decade and a half ago, the country embarked on steps to increase the represen
The Zimbabwe lesson
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 12 days ago
A decade and a half ago, the country embarked on steps to increase the representation of black players in cricket - raising questions of the sort that South Africa are struggling with now The late Trevor Madondo, Zimbabwe's first black batsman, is... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Police Harassment, Detention of Journalists UnacceptableThe ongoing onslaught that has seen several journalists being assaulted and arr
Police Harassment, Detention of Journalists Unacceptable
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
The ongoing onslaught that has seen several journalists being assaulted and arrested by the police in the wake of the nationwide protests and demonstrations is of great concern to Misa-Zimbabwe. These unlawful actions by the police pose great risk... Read more
12d
AllAfrica.com
New African Rights Court Leader Says Media is Crucial in Human Rights ProtectionFormer African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights president Augustino Ramadhani
New African Rights Court Leader Says Media is Crucial in Human Rights Protection
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
Former African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights president Augustino Ramadhani. This is Justice Sylvain Ore, the newly-elected President of the African Court on Human and People's Rights (AfCHPR), a judicial organ of the African Union based in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Build Strong Parties Based On Sound Ideascountry's two main political formations on Saturday. On the one hand, the Orang
Build Strong Parties Based On Sound Ideas
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
country's two main political formations on Saturday. On the one hand, the Orange Democratic Movement celebrated a decade of existence, a big achievement considering how short the shelf life for significant parties has been in the multi-party... Read more
15d
AllAfrica.com
From #feesmustfall to Budget Battles"The most inspiring and surprising social movement to shake the South African s
From #feesmustfall to Budget Battles
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
"The most inspiring and surprising social movement to shake the South African state since the Treatment Action Campaign of the early 2000s was #FeesMustFall in October 2015. The primary demand -- free tertiary education -- is audacious." But, argues... Read more
15d
The Times & The Sunday Times
As drought hits Zambian harvests, food prices are on the riseThe Zambia National Farmers Union said erratic weather, including late rains at
As drought hits Zambian harvests, food prices are on the rise
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 15 days ago
The Zambia National Farmers Union said erratic weather, including late rains at the start of the season, drought in many areas and heavy flooding in some parts of the country, have all hit food production. "Most of the farm inputs (such as seeds and... Read more
16d
dna
Politics of knowledge: World literacy, banned books and power regimesOrganization (UNESCO) declared September 8 as the International Literacy Day. T
Politics of knowledge: World literacy, banned books and power regimes
dna / Posted 16 days ago
Organization (UNESCO) declared September 8 as the International Literacy Day. The aim was to emphasise the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies. Over the years and across the globe, national governments, individuals... Read more
16d
AllAfrica.com
As Drought Hits Harvests, Food Prices Are On the Riseneed to switch from maize to millet, sorghum and cassava to survive drought in
As Drought Hits Harvests, Food Prices Are On the Rise
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
need to switch from maize to millet, sorghum and cassava to survive drought in the long term, experts say Lower harvests of maize, wheat and sugarcane as a result of severe weather in the region are pushing up prices for Zambia's staple foods,... Read more
17d
AllAfrica.com
Michael, Patriarch of Ibru Dynasty, Dies At 85By Leo Sobechi, Anote Ajeluorou and Bertram Nwannekanma A business genius has
Michael, Patriarch of Ibru Dynasty, Dies At 85
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
By Leo Sobechi, Anote Ajeluorou and Bertram Nwannekanma A business genius has passed on. The patriarch of the Ibru dynasty, Olorogun Michael Christopher Onajirevbe Ibru, died at the age of 85 yesterday. His demise has stirred up fond memories of a... Read more
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17d
AllAfrica.com
Michael Ibru, Business Colossus, Takes Final BowBarely few months after the cold hands of death snatched away Felix Ibru, anoth
Michael Ibru, Business Colossus, Takes Final Bow
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
Barely few months after the cold hands of death snatched away Felix Ibru, another prominent member of the Ibru dynasty has taken the final bow. The man in the long black coat, the late Reggae act, Lucky Dube, talked about in his evergreen Crazy World... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Eid- 22 Christian Groups Confront FG, Say Sultan Can't Declare Public HolidayAbuja — A coalition of 22 Christian groups in Nigeria led by National Christian
Eid- 22 Christian Groups Confront FG, Say Sultan Can't Declare Public Holiday
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
Abuja — A coalition of 22 Christian groups in Nigeria led by National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) on Tuesday condemned the federal government over the declaration of September 12 as public holiday in commemoration of Eid-el-Kabir celebration by the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
NAPTIP Condemns Amnesty's Call to Repeal Prostitution LawBy Nkechi Onyedika-Ugoeze and Kanayo Umeh Abuja — The National Agency for the
NAPTIP Condemns Amnesty's Call to Repeal Prostitution Law
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
By Nkechi Onyedika-Ugoeze and Kanayo Umeh Abuja — The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) has condemned the call by Amnesty International (AI) to decriminalise adult sex work and repeal most of the laws controlling... Read more
18d
AllAfrica.com
An Inconvenient Person - Remembering Dulcie SeptemberCape Flats woman who was assassinated in March 1988 defied the totalitarian con
An Inconvenient Person - Remembering Dulcie September
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
Cape Flats woman who was assassinated in March 1988 defied the totalitarian control of her father and the state This is an edited and shortened version of a presentation at Cosatu Western Cape's National Women's day event at Community House on 9... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Smaller Nations Show Route to African Unity, ProsperityThe Founding Fathers of independent Africa dreamt of a united continent one day
Smaller Nations Show Route to African Unity, Prosperity
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
The Founding Fathers of independent Africa dreamt of a united continent one day. They hoped it would be sooner rather than later. And so they formed the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) as a forum for the attainment of that dream. The OAU made... Read more
19d
Daily Maverick
The truth according to Jean PingJean Ping has worked for the United Nations, diligently served Omar Bongo, the
The truth according to Jean Ping
Daily Maverick / Posted 19 days ago
Jean Ping has worked for the United Nations, diligently served Omar Bongo, the late dictator of Gabon, as a diplomat and later foreign affairs minister; served as a parliamentarian, and then as the Chair of the African Union Commission... Read more
19d
AllAfrica.com
Journalists Bear the Brunt of Police BrutalityJournalism in Zimbabwe is not for the faint hearted, especially for those not i
Journalists Bear the Brunt of Police Brutality
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
Journalism in Zimbabwe is not for the faint hearted, especially for those not intent on toeing the line of an intolerant regime. President Robert Mugabe has gained notoriety for targeting journalists when his back is against the wall and the ongoing... Read more
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The Zimbabwe Standard
Zim journalists bear the brunt of police brutality Journalism in Zimbabwe is not for the faint hearted, especially for those not
Zim journalists bear the brunt of police brutality
The Zimbabwe Standard / Posted 20 days ago
Journalism in Zimbabwe is not for the faint hearted, especially for those not intent on toeing the line of an intolerant regime. BY staff reporter President Robert Mugabe has gained notoriety for... Read more
21d
Mail & Guardian
Comrades in arms against apartheid are now at one another's throatsSouth Africa’s embattled finance minister Pravin Gordhan has come under attack
Comrades in arms against apartheid are now at one another's throats
Mail & Guardian / Posted 21 days ago
South Africa’s embattled finance minister Pravin Gordhan has come under attack from two colleagues in government. The public attack has made headlines because all three men serve in government as members of the African National Congress (ANC). In... Read more
21d
AllAfrica.com
New Regional Cyber Security Centre Set for RwandaRwanda is seeking $1.5 million for the construction of a cyber-security centre
New Regional Cyber Security Centre Set for Rwanda
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
Rwanda is seeking $1.5 million for the construction of a cyber-security centre that will coordinate investigations in eastern Africa against cybercrimes and cyber-enabled crimes such as terrorism, trafficking and money laundering. "Cybercrime is a... Read more
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22d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Comrades in arms against apartheid are now at one another’s throatsThe public attack has made headlines because all three men serve in government
Comrades in arms against apartheid are now at one another’s throats
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 22 days ago
The public attack has made headlines because all three men serve in government as members of the African National Congress (ANC). In addition, they all served in the ANC’s military wing Umkhonto we Sizwe. Gordhan was, and is, very much the two men’s... Read more
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22d
iol.co.za
What’s in a name?era, where most women around the world were subjugated to men, undereducated an
What’s in a name?
iol.co.za / Posted 22 days ago
era, where most women around the world were subjugated to men, undereducated and stay-at-home mothers, they were part of a major change in history. They are the foundation of a rich culture of a heightened feminism which inspired the world:... Read more
22d
iol.co.za
MK comrades now at each others’ throatswas MK in the liberation struggle and what significance does it have today? Um
MK comrades now at each others’ throats
iol.co.za / Posted 22 days ago
was MK in the liberation struggle and what significance does it have today? Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) was the armed wing of the then underground ANC. While it could never physically block apartheid soldiers from entering any “liberated zone”, its... Read more
22d
The Hindu
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi: 'Egypt, India have strong and close friendship through cultural exchange, trade'el-Sisi. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is in Delhi for talks, his se
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi: 'Egypt, India have strong and close friendship through cultural exchange, trade'
The Hindu / Posted 22 days ago
el-Sisi. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is in Delhi for talks, his second visit since he attended the India-Africa conference last October. In an e-mail interview to The Hindu’s Diplomatic Editor Suhasini Haidar, he speaks of... Read more
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The Hindu
Egyptian President Abdeh Fattah Al Sisi: 'Egypt, India have strong and close friendship through cultural exchange, trade'defence. Egyptian President Abdeh Fattah Al Sisi is in Delhi for talks, his se
Egyptian President Abdeh Fattah Al Sisi: 'Egypt, India have strong and close friendship through cultural exchange, trade'
The Hindu / Posted 22 days ago
defence. Egyptian President Abdeh Fattah Al Sisi is in Delhi for talks, his second visit since he attended the India-Africa conference last October. In an e-mail interview to The Hindu’s Diplomatic Editor Suhasini Haidar, he speaks of... Read more
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23d
AllAfrica.com
Reform Pressure Mounting On Zimbabwe GovernmentChange (MDC-T) Youth Assembly demonstration over police brutality turned violen
Reform Pressure Mounting On Zimbabwe Government
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
Change (MDC-T) Youth Assembly demonstration over police brutality turned violent last Wednesday, the pungent stench of teargas smoke still hung thick in the air along parts of the capital city. And hardly mid morning had passed last Friday... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Together We Make Zim Greatfellow asked me what needs to be done to get the economy going. My answer was s
Together We Make Zim Great
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
fellow asked me what needs to be done to get the economy going. My answer was simple. This country needs political will, unity and genuine patriotism for it to move forward. As you can see, I didn't mention that we need capital. Money is not a... Read more
23d
AllAfrica.com
Good Governance Is Not a Gift From OutsidersPresident Kagame with African Union flag. Speaking at a joint news conference
Good Governance Is Not a Gift From Outsiders
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
President Kagame with African Union flag. Speaking at a joint news conference with Benin President Patrice Talon at Village Urugwiro in Kigali, yesterday, President Kagame said key among the reasons for President Talon's visit to the country is the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why We Must Aim At Quality in Everything We Dodemand, a state parade was organised. This year's celebrations were meant to b
Why We Must Aim At Quality in Everything We Do
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
demand, a state parade was organised. This year's celebrations were meant to be moderate (sober) and the parade, the first official event organised by the new administration, was for many a test. Benin is known as a country where every citizen... Read more
26d
AllAfrica.com
#Tajamuka Frontman Guns for MugabePROMISE Mkwananzi has made Harare's streets his second home along with a host o
#Tajamuka Frontman Guns for Mugabe
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
PROMISE Mkwananzi has made Harare's streets his second home along with a host of another activists that have been leading demonstrations against President Robert Mugabe's 36-year-old rule and it is not very difficult to understand what motivates... Read more
27d
AllAfrica.com
Kasaila Says Malawi Happy With Direction of SADCMalawi is happy with the evolvement of the Southern Africa Development Communit
Kasaila Says Malawi Happy With Direction of SADC
AllAfrica.com / Posted 27 days ago
Malawi is happy with the evolvement of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) and the benefits Malawi derives from being a member. Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Francis Kasaila said this Friday morning on the... Read more
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28d
AllAfrica.com
Cosatu Central Executive Committee Statement - 22-24 August 2016The Congress of South African Trade Unions held a scheduled meeting of its Cent
Cosatu Central Executive Committee Statement - 22-24 August 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
The Congress of South African Trade Unions held a scheduled meeting of its Central Executive Committee from 22-24 August 2016, which was attended by the national office bearers, the representatives of its affiliated unions and provincial structures.... Read more
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29d
News 24 South Africa
African Education Sector A Pillar for Agenda 2063It is highly important for the Africn continent to follow up on new initiatives
African Education Sector A Pillar for Agenda 2063
News 24 South Africa / Posted 29 days ago
It is highly important for the Africn continent to follow up on new initiatives aimed at bettering the lives of the people. One just development is what has resulted in March 1, to be marked as the first edition of the Africa Day of School... Read more

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