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Africans Must Unite Says Former South African President

AFRICANGLOBE - Our beloved Pan African iconic revolutionary leader on Pan Africanism and Pan African Renaissance, asked us as Africans in Diasporas and in Africa, to define ourselves.

African Renaissance Or Pan-Africanism?

AFRICANGLOBE - Before colonialism and slavery Europeans were fascinated by the greatness of Africa, in admiration of this continent, that famous Emperor of the Roman Empire Julius Caesar proclaimed to the world, “Ex Africa Semper Aliquid Novi!” (Out of Africa comes always something new).

Philosophy And Opinions Of Marcus Garvey

AFRICANGLOBE - The current upsurge of Pan-Africanism sentiment were, to varying extents, ignited from Garvey’s ideological engine. Now that Africa is on the crest of another awakening, with Black pride, resource nationalism and economic growth turning the tide in the erstwhile “backyard of civilisation”, the philosopher’s influence is looming pertinent once again.

In Search of a New Pan-Africanism

AFRICANGLOBE - - Bridging the gap between Pan-Africanism and the African Renaissance has been a top priority for the African Union (AU). But with a military coup in Egypt, instability in Sudan and Mali, and even the ailing health of former South African President and freedom fighter Nelson Mandela, solidifying its purpose and mission as the continent's mouthpiece has been a bumpy road for the organisation.

The African Renaissance Is Beginning’ Says Ethiopian Prime Minister

"The African Renaissance that we all dreamed of is beginning to happen", claimed Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi on Saturday, at the inauguration of the new African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa. "We are now seeing the results of our struggle for survival", he declared. "Our economies have been growing at a respectable pace for nearly a decade. We have managed to overcome and manage many of the conflicts that ravaged our continent and have overhauled our conflict resolution capacity".