Africa: What Will Our Future Look Like?
Ideas we have been told, rule the world. Some ideas could start as being ridiculous or laughable, and then they become global success stories. Like electricity, like rail travel,… Read more »
Africa: Tribute to My Mentor, Professor Adebayo Adedeji
One of Africa's foremost proponents of regional integration Read more »
Africa: BRICS Youth - Everything About us, Without us?
The leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa will meet in Johannesburg from 25-27 July 2018 for the 10th BRICS Summit. Prior to the Summit a number of other BRICS… Read more »
South Africa: South Africa - Time for Our Bank?
With ever-rising interest on loans in South Africa, there are growing calls to create community banks that use the "profits" to the benefit of community members, and not to… Read more »
South Africa: Academic and Civil BRICS 2018 - Is There Any Jam to Be Made?
As the heat picks up around BRICS 2018, chaired by South Africa, debate from the BRICS Think Tank and from the left is coming to the boil as to the value of BRICS participatory… Read more »
South Africa: Is The Country Heading to a Mass Strike?
With claims that the South African Federation of Trade Unions is planning to embark on a two-day strike to intensify the struggle against the recent proposed amendments to Labour… Read more »
South Africa: Farm Workers Strike
Leaving wage and expropriation of farms where workers are abused should be an answer to farm workers plight. Read more »
Africa: The Spectre of Child Labour
There are many international legal instruments that outlaw child labour. However, there are more than 250 million children in the world who are involved in child labour because of… Read more »
Africa: Engineering Seeds and Digging Into Global Markets
What are the implications for African farmers? Read more »
East Africa: EAC and EU - Economic Partnership Agreement
The authors argue that the on-going negotiations around the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between the East African Community (EAC) and the European Union (EU) should solely… Read more »
Africa: May Day 2018 and the Escalating Struggle to Defeat Austerity
On this May Day 2018, mass demonstrations across the United States of America and the world focus on the current economic crisis and workers' struggle to defeat austerity. Read more »
Africa: May Day 2018 - Exploitation, No! Expropriation, No! Unite for Justice!
In view of the historic May Day, 1st May, analysts from Monthly Review, the famous independent socialist magazine, identify tasks the working classes should press with. In the… Read more »
Africa: Restore Sanity to High Office, Ban Uranium Shipments to Nuclear-Armed Countries
President Trump's late night Twitter rants and the seemingly arbitrary manner in which he hires and fires high-ranking bureaucrats have led many commentators and members of the… Read more »
Africa: African Continental Free Trade Area - Prospects and Problems for Implementation
The majority of Africa Union member states, 44 out of 55, have signed a free trade agreement whose aim is to create a single African market of economic cooperation thus creating… Read more »
East Africa: The EAC Must Take a Common Stand On U.S. Trade Sanctions Against Rwanda
East African Community member states must stand with Rwanda in its fight against US imperialism and its unfair trade system. Read more »
Africa: The Struggle to Defeat Austerity in Detroit and the World
The author argues that origins of the global economic crises are to be found within the capitalist and imperialist system. Read more »
Africa: African Traders in China - Is the Honeymoon Over?
Since 2016, news about African traders leaving China has spread. According to analysts, the world commodity price drop rather than China's economic restructuring is a contributing… Read more »
Africa: The Black Panther - Symbol of Black Power in the Caucasian Paradigm
It is fitting that Africa converse with Africans at home and abroad, as opposed to continually beseeching Caucasians in the language of acquiescence to the destructive power of the… Read more »
East Africa: EAC to Continue Being U.S. Dumping Ground for Used Clothing
Africa has become a dumping ground for used clothes from the West where it often costs more to dispose of clothing than to export it. This has had a negative impact on local… Read more »
South Africa: The Runt. Can Ramaphosa Rebrand?
Rejoice South Africa. The Ramaphosa factor - R11.65 to the US dollar. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Zimbabweans Can Do Better
Zimbabweans need to do some serious introspection and take control of their destiny. This will require courage and determination on the part of all Zimbabweans. For far too long,… Read more »
Africa: Energy 4 Impact Leading Innovative Clean Energy Initiatives for Refugees
Refugees across Africa are often in national energy plans. The involvement of various players including the private sector working on green and renewable energy could be welcome… Read more »
Africa: What Immigrants From Africa and Their Children Do for America
African Americans and their children need to tell their own stories, instead of enabling misguided bigots to seize the narrative - a false narrative that misrepresents them, as a… Read more »
Africa: The U.S. Informal Empire - U.S. African Command Expanding the U.S. Economic-Frontier
The US informal empire, through the US African Command (AFRICOM, is expanding the US economic-frontier by discursively securitising Africa using exceptional speech acts. Read more »
Africa: Struggle for Democracy - Problems With Plunderocracy and Imperialist Intervention
Challenges in the struggle for democracy assume definite shape and character: no scope for ignoring imperialism and plunder, and lending space to imperialists and its proxies while… Read more »
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