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In The Land of Smart Africans

AFRICANGLOBE -For every African who has told me how smart we all are, I ask: why then, with all these smarts, do simple solutions evade us? Many Africans look to the western world to give us this smart label. We covet recognition from across the Atlantic. We reserve the most affectionate embrace for our youth who have traversed through foreign educational school systems.

German Ku Klux Klan Founded by State’s Intelligence Agency

The German branch of the racist secret society, the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), was set up and led by an undercover agent of the...

Ugandan Army to Acquire US Aircracts With ISR Capabilities

U.S. Africa Command projected it could transfer air-crafts with Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities worth $51.5 million to several African countries including Uganda, Djibouti...

Julius Nyerere

AFRICANGLOBE - One of Africa’s most respected figures, Julius Nyerere was a politician of principle and intelligence. Known as Mwalimu or teacher he had a vision of education and social action that was rich with possibility.

South Africa’s Ruling Elite Accused of Misusing Intelligence Service in ANC...

Events unfolding around the run-up to the ANC's national conference in Mangaung are reminiscent of the run up to Polokwane including evidence of the...

Human Intelligence Takes Center Stage In Kenya’s Battle With Al-Shabaab

AFRICANGLOBE - Kenyan soldiers and the Al-Shabaab militia are using locals in a bid to emerge victorious in the military operation in Somalia. The Kenyan troops are using humanitarian assistance to endear the Somalis as they gather intelligence on the Al-Shabaab while the terror group is using the locals as human shields.

U.S. Expanding Network of Drone Bases to Hit Somalia, Yemen

As Somalia undergoes its worst famine in six decades and Yemen slides into civil war, the administration of President Barack Obama is expanding its network of bases to carry out drone strikes against suspected terrorists in both countries, according to reports published in two major U.S. newspapers Thursday.