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“Mother of the Nation”: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in pictures
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Politics and Society “Mother of the Nation”: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in pictures

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, one of the most fearless Apartheid struggle leaders, was known for her militancy and speaking truth to power. She remained resolute in leading the resistance against the Apartheid regime, earning her the moniker, “Mother of the Nation” for her leading role in the political struggle. We look at some moments in her life in pictures.

To Define a Continent By Its Icons Diminishes Its Politics and Its People
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Lifestyle To Define a Continent By Its Icons Diminishes Its Politics and Its People

Many people turn to stereotypes and exceptional examples to define a country, its politics and people. This tendency has had a pernicious durability when it comes to the continent of Africa. Indeed, Africa is a continent full of catastrophes, but there are other stories that are not about its challenges and it is just as important, to talk about them.

Macron moving towards repatriating African artifacts
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Arts, Culture and Sport Macron moving towards repatriating African artifacts

The repatriation of African artifacts is important because a scarcity of artistic treasures results in a huge loss to the economies of African countries. It also contributes to a loss of national and personal identity. Some world leaders, like French president Emmanuel Macron, realise this and are hoping to rectify the void created by the looting of African treasures.