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Farewell to a Comrade, Nelson Mandela
Farewell to a Comrade, Nelson Mandela
Farewell to a Comrade, Nelson Mandela Adios MADIBA Mandela was part of a large number of African militants (some of whom preceded him), who in face of the inhumane and unjust reality of apartheid, decided to take the bull by the h


Thomas Sankara on the Emancipation of Women An internationalist whose ideas live on! ( by Nathi Mthethwa)
Thomas Sankara on the Emancipation of Women An internationalist whose ideas live on! ( by Nathi Mthethwa)
Thomas Sankara on the Emancipation of Women An internationalist whose ideas live on! by Nathi Mthethwa Introduction "...We, who have walked with giants know that Moses Mabhida belonged in that company too". (O.R. Tambo at Mabhida's funeral) I am ce


In Egypt, Islamism is not the problem, but Capitalism
In Egypt, Islamism is not the problem, but Capitalism
The Egyptian military has installed a totalitarian regime that is brutally cracking down on the Muslim Brotherhood leaders and supporters raising the stakes in the Arab World’s most populous nation. The newly inaugurated “cabinet” includes eleven


Sankara´s Vision of Self Sustained Development.(By Omme Rahemtullah)
Sankara´s Vision of Self Sustained Development.(By Omme Rahemtullah)
Sankara's Vision of Self Sustained Development. Thomas Sankara, revolutionary Pan-African president of Burkina Faso from 1983-1987 had a vision for the sustained and dignified progress of his country, the "land of honorable men." During his short per


There are Seven Million Thomas Sankaras   By Koni Benson 15 October 2007
There are Seven Million Thomas Sankaras By Koni Benson 15 October 2007
There are Seven Million Thomas Sankaras By Koni Benson 15 October 2007 October 15th marks 20 years since the assassination of President Thomas Sankara. Similar to asking what Biko would say of South Africa today, or Lumumba of the DRC, or Nkrumah


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