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The Root Of Black Landlessness In South Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - The ‘New South Africa’ or ‘Rainbow Nation’ is today a country of two nations: one is the extremely rich White settler minority and the other is the extremely poor African indigenous majority. All this thanks to a land law passed a hundred years ago.

Actually, Mitt Romney, Even White Voters Didn’t Want You

AFRICANGLOBE - If you took a moment during the heat of the presidential race to drop by the Mitt Romney campaign office, you would...

America’s Bipartisan Effort to Target African Markets

The U.S. has lagged behind countries such as Brazil and China in its commercial engagement with Africa, just when American markets need it most. It...

Texas GOP: Repeal The Voting Rights Act

The Texas Republican Party has released its official platform for 2012, and the repeal of the landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965 is one...

Obama Signs Black America’s Death Warrant

Ignoring complaints from congressional Republicans, the Obama administration announced that it would halt deportations of up to 800,000 illegal immigrants who were brought to...

African Broadcasting Offers Huge Market to Investors

The African broadcasting market has been growing rapidly. New players have sprung up in liberalised markets and there is growing international interest from external...

Africa’s Biggest Thieves Hiding in America

For the past four decades, a plague of cold-blooded thieves has descended upon Africa like a swarm of blood sucking ticks. These thieves masquerading as leaders have been trafficking in Africa’s natural resources and trading in the wealth created by the blood, tears and sweat of African peoples.

Canadian Owned Gold Mine Loses Licence For Failure to Comply With...

Zimbabwe's leading foreign owned gold mine has had it's mining licence withdrawn for its failure to comply with Zimbabwes newly enacted Indeginisation Act.

South African Police Probe Racially Charged Facebook Picture

South African police are investigating an image posted on Facebook of a white man with a hunting rifle and a big grin kneeling in a classic hunter's pose over his "prey" — what appears to be the lifeless body of a black boy.

Zimbabwe Army is Professional, Apolitical: General Chiwenga

The Zimbabwe Defence Forces have no time to discuss their constitutional mandate in the media with misguided elements that do not understand their operations, ZDF Commander General Constantine Chiwenga has said.

South Sudan to be Included in AGOA Bill

A BILL to extend the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) provisions on third-country fabric and on the inclusion of Africa's youngest country, South Sudan has been introduced in the United States (US) Congress.

The Freedom of Information Age Begins in Nigeria

Welcome to the age of Freedom of Information in Nigeria where many files marked "top secret" by government officials can now be made available to ordinary Nigerians under the Freedom of Information Act

South Africa to reopen land claims process

The South African government will reopen a claims process that compensates black families who were removed from their land under white rule to offer...