Changing narratives: Beyond other rooms for African women

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Prince Charles Dickson

 

Through her voice I saw a free woman, down on her land, a woman who knew how to kill her own chickens, hunt her own possum, cut her own cotton, fix her own roof, make her own whiskey, walk in her own shoes, and speak her mind, tell her own story” – Bonnie Greer, A Parallel Life

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African unity and the post colonial instability of African states

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

The declaration of India as an independent state on the 15th of August 1947 enacted the struggle and movement of independence across African states.

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Africa hobbling out of the International Criminal Court

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Joe Khamisi

Africa, it seems, has begun the long-talked about process of withdrawing from the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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Sudan: Evidence of chemical weapons used to kill hundreds including children in Darfur

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Benjamin Lowy

 

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Amnesty International

An Amnesty International investigation has gathered horrific evidence of the repeated use of what are believed to be chemical weapons against civilians, including very young children, by Sudanese government forces in one of the most remote regions of Darfur over the past eight months.

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How Ethiopia sustains a growing engagement in international affairs

 

Fanuel Lakew interviews Professor Costantinos Berhutesfa

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Ethiopia’s presence and influence in regional and international politics has increased

 

Fanuel Lakew interviews Professor Ann Fitz-Gerald

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The African Passport: Another feather in the AU’s cap

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Joe Khamisi 

It started in East Africa. Now, the idea has gone continental and pundits have their ears and eyes open to find out whether it will succeed or go the way of many other African projects.

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