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Zimbabwe: New Constitution, Fresh Elections, Parties in Disarray

Zimbabwe: New Constitution, Fresh Elections, Parties in Disarray

AFRICANGLOBE – Two key dates loom in Zimbabwe’s political calendar in the first half of 2013: a referendum on the tortuously negotiated new constitution and then national elections for the presidency and the parliament.

Zimbabwe Election: President Mugabe Will Win in 2013, Here is Why

AFRICANGLOBE – Facts are inconvenient things. More than that, they are stubborn. Sadly, the interpreters of fact – humans – are not nearly as reliable. We are subject to shifting emotions, cruel bias, and sometimes plain evil prejudices. It is these human frailties that often lend the seemingly obvious to imaginative interpretations. It’s a cruel […]

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Britain and America Target DR Congo – A Must Red Article

AFRICANGLOBE – What is happening in eastern DR Congo is not a civil war, but continuation of a 16-year aggression by the country’s two neighbours, financed and directed by the United States and Britain. All the signs are written on the wall that after the split of Sudan, the United States of America is targeting […]

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M23 Rebels Commanded by Rwanda’s Defense Minister – UN Report

AFRICANGLOBE – The escalation of conflict in Congo by M23 rebels may signal a panic by Rwanda over its failed bid to get the United Nations to alter the final version of a damning report over its control of the insurgents. Rwanda has total control of M23’s chain of command and direction of military operations, according […]

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Haiti: Growing Resistance To Michel Martelly’s Government

AFRICANGLOBE – Haitian President Michel Martelly has managed to inspire popular opposition to his government almost since his election in May 2011. Martelly, who came to office in a grossly unrepresentative process which excluded Lavalas, the country’s most popular party, has been closely linked with figures around former dictator Jean Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier.

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Oppenheimer Family Investing In South African Tech Start-Ups

AFRICANGLOBE – E. Oppenheimer & Son has become an investor in South African venture capital company 4Di Capital, in a move that sees the mining giant support local tech start-ups. 4Di on Friday announced that the Oppenheimer family’s holding company had become a Capital Fund 1 investor in the venture capital company; doubling the size […]

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Cornel West Calls Al Sharpton, Harris-Perry Sellouts

The war of words between Cornel West and the pro-Obama Black activists has heated up once again after West criticize President Obama, MSNBC anchors Rev. Al Sharpton and Melissa Harris-Perry and professor Michael Eric Dyson, implying that the later three are sell-outs for their uncritical support of the president. West made his comments during an […]

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What Black America Needs to Do After US Election Day

With so much focus on the US election day results, it is understandably hard for Black people to think about the day after. But either way, if President Obama is re-elected or Mitt Romney manages to capture the White House, there are many things the Black community should be doing to better situate itself for prosperity in […]

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Land Reform in South Africa – an Unfulfilled Obligation

The question of land and agricultural reform in South Africa remains largely unresolved as we head towards the end of our second decade of democracy. It is remarkable that a democratically elected government, enjoying such an overwhelming parliamentary majority and popular support, has failed so spectacularly, in such an important area of governance, for so […]

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