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As Discontent With The ANC Increases, EFF Offers A Sober Alternative

As Discontent With The ANC Increases, EFF Offers A Sober Alternative

AFRICANGLOBE – The issue of resource ownership has never been more relevant as it is today to the ordinary South African. It is apparent that the means of production have remained in the hands of the White minority, and the country is a reflection of the chasm between those living in plenty, and those of barely getting by.

The White ‘Saviours’ Of The Arabs

AFRICANGLOBE – “All men dream, but not equally,” writes TE Lawrence in his memoirs of the 1916-18 Arab revolt. “Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act upon their dreams with open eyes, to make them possible.”

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President Mugabe’s Salary Sparks Debate

AFRICANGLOBE- President Mugabe’s public disclosure that he earns a US$4 000 salary monthly has unleashed a backlash on public sector bosses who were paying themselves up to ten times as much as the Head of State and Government while overseeing under-performing enterprises.

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South Africa: Apartheid’s Legacy Lingers On

AFRICANGLOBE – Many South Africans in the former homelands where they were confined during White apartheid had hoped the advent of democracy 20 years ago would change their lives for the better. But most of them are still struggling. When 74-year-old Dlingiziwe Ngubane was able to cast his vote for the first time 20 years ago – on April 27, 1994 – he had hoped his life would take a turn for the better. But he was utterly disappointed.

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Modern Humans May Have Dispersed Out Of Africa Earlier Than Thought

AFRICANGLOBE – Modern humans may have dispersed in more than one wave of migration out of Africa, and they may have done so earlier than scientists had long thought, researchers now say. Modern humans first arose between 100,000 and 200,000 years ago in Africa. But when and how the modern human lineage then dispersed out of Africa has long been controversial.

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Africa And The First World War

AFRICANGLOBE – A million people died in East Africa alone during the First World War. Many Africans also fought in Europe, defending the interests of their colonial oppressors. Today, their sacrifice has been largely forgotten.

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Nile Dam Study Fails To Stem The Tide Of Egyptian Indignation Towards Ethiopia

AFRICANGLOBE – Egyptian politicians are using lies to portray Ethiopia’s Nile dam as a threat to national security, and have occasionally made ambiguous statements about the possibility of military action.

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Muslim Terrorist And The Kidnapping Of Over A Hundred Nigerian School Girls

AFRICANGLOBE – April 15, 2014 will forever remain a terrible day in the minds of the people of Borno State as a Muslim terrorists invasion of the Government Girls Secondary School in a local town where scores of school girls writing their Senior Secondary exams were kidnapped.

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No Future For White South Africans?

AFRICANGLOBE – Apartheid South Africa looked after White people and nobody else. Now some of its White communities face a level of deprivation, or of violence, which threatens their future in the country

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