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How Foreigners Liberated South Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - When ANC offices and safe-houses in Harare were infiltrated and bombed by PW Botha's agents on 19 May 1986, Robert Mugabe was at the scene the very following morning. His declaration of commitment to South Africa's liberation was not laboured, punctuated by excuses or tongue-chewing statements. "Zimbabwe will not be deterred from rendering assistance to the liberation movement of South Africa", he clearly declared. In Zambia, also attacked on the same day, Kenneth Kaunda immediately promised revenge for the attacks on the ANC.

Kenneth Kaunda Urges Renewal of Pan-Africanism

AFRICANGLOBE - Zambia’s founding President Dr Kenneth Kaunda has asked African countries to rekindle the spirit of pan-Africanism and claim that which belongs to them, the Post of Zambia reported on Tuesday.

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.

In Defence of the New A.U. Headquarters

It is interesting to see a new post-Cold War wrath against Africa accepting a gift of a building from a China that is on...