Ghana and Rwanda provide deep lessons for Africa on Pan-Africanism
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African identities Ghana and Rwanda provide deep lessons for Africa on Pan-Africanism

Ghana’s example of opening its borders to African-Americans and embracing all Black people is the progressive ingredient African countries need to adopt. Additionally, Paul Kagame’s call for Africa to define its own course, rejecting validation from the West, are among the necessary steps towards self-determination and meaningful development.

America: A troubled psyche and hotbed for White terrorism
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Politics and Society America: A troubled psyche and hotbed for White terrorism

America is not safe for Black people in particular, who are constantly victimised, and killed by the police. In general, the country is not safe for everyone with a spate of domestic terrorism cases. Following two recent mass killings within 24 hours, America’s unwillingness to accept it has a grave problem with White terrorism has continued to raise eyebrows.

10 years after Boko Haram was formed, the terrorist group continues to wreak havoc
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Politics and Society 10 years after Boko Haram was formed, the terrorist group continues to wreak havoc

Is Nigeria losing the fight against Boko Haram 10 years after the terror group was formed? With reports of soldiers buried in the night in secret graves, the human security situation is precarious. The Nigerian Army is struggling to effectively deal with the terrorist group, while having to contend with conflicts involving herdsmen in parts of the country.

The Great Hack: What does Netflix’s doccie on data mean for Africa and its democracy?
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Politics and Society The Great Hack: What does Netflix’s doccie on data mean for Africa and its democracy?

Africans keep modelling their democracy against the West. Few are critical enough to speak about Africa modelling its own democracy against its own context. At a time when democracy in the West is being questioned due to the influence of companies such as Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, where does that leave Africa’s democracy?