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12 Reasons Why Africans Are Poor, Miserable And Pitiable (7Of12)

AFRICANGLOBE - Albert Einstein who is acknowledged as one of the brainiest men that ever lived on the surface of the earth once said that the average human uses less than 10 per cent of the brain God has given to him. Whether out of a sense of modesty or he was seriously speaking the truth, he said further that even he himself (who had such a high reputation for accomplishing much with his brain) did not use more than that 10 percent. If this assertion is correct and if other races use less than 10 per cent of their installed capacity for production, I can safely say that we Black people use less than one per cent of our installed brain capacity for reasoning, inventing and producing things.

12 Reasons Why Africans Are Poor, Miserable And Pitiable – 3Of12

AFRICANGLOBE - Attitude to work is the number three reason and certainly one of the most important factors accountable for the lack of progress of the Black man. With apologies to some members of our race who are hard and smart workers, I wish to state with all sense of responsibility that whether he is found in the African homeland or in the Diaspora, the Black man does not have a very healthy attitude to work. He is either ignorant of the reason for work or he does not care sufficiently about the need to be committed to work.

Africa Experiencing Growth in Trade And Investment Says President Kagame

President Paul Kagame has said that Africa is witnessing growth in trade and investment as conflicts decline on the continent.

Massive Farewell for Albertina Sisulu

Thousands of people braved the cold weather on Saturday to bid farewell to African National Congress struggle icon, Albertina Sisulu, who died in Johannesburg last Thursday. She was laid to rest in a beautifully decorated family grave next to her husband, ANC leader Walter Sisulu, at Croesus cemetery in Johannesburg.

Government Brutality Continues for People of Jebel Marra, Darfur

For many people in Darfur, they are in a much worse situation today than at the height of crisis in 2004. Today, however there is no hue and cry. Today, few seem to care.

Retired Bus Drivers Lose Everything in Ponzi Scheme

Bobby Bradley, a 70-year-old retired bus driver, was duped out of $215,000 -- his entire life savings. Now, he's desperate for any work he can...