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Robert Nesta ‘Kwabena’ Marley, African philosophy and Agenda 2063
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Arts and Culture Robert Nesta ‘Kwabena’ Marley, African philosophy and Agenda 2063

Reggae legend, Robert Marley who died on 11, May 1981 would have turned 75 this year. Marley sang about the struggles of African people while signifying the need for Pan-African unity. As far as the African dream of a free, united and strong Africa is concerned, the words of Marley continue to be relevant to the fight for the total liberation of the continent.

Lupita Nyong’o says ‘Colourism is the daughter of racism’
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Lifestyle Lupita Nyong’o says ‘Colourism is the daughter of racism’

Colourism is not peculiar to the African American community or other black communities in predominantly white spaces. It can also ironically be found firmly on the continent where the population is almost predominately black and brown. Oscar award winning actress Lupita Nyong’o weighed in on the issue and her experiences on colourism.

Zimbabwean scholar Tererai Trent among the first ten life-size statues erected in New York to honour women championing gender equality
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Africans rising Zimbabwean scholar Tererai Trent among the first ten life-size statues erected in New York to honour women championing gender equality

Tererai Trent is among ten women including media mogul Oprah Winfrey, conservationist Jane Goodall, activist Janet Mock and chemist Tracy Dyson whose statues have been unveiled in New York. The women are being honoured for their contributions towards gender equality by Statues For Equality