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The Failure of Land Reform in South Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - Almost two decades after the end of apartheid in South Africa, the failure of the agrarian reform policies of the African National...

Martelly Slowly Returning Haiti Back to Dictatorship

For the past two weeks, massive demonstrations have rocked Haiti, protesting constitutional changes, the corruption of the Martelly government and the outrageous cost of...

Angola Heads for New Era With Third Election

Angolan democracy is about to turn another page as the nation goes to the polls on 31 August. Once known as a brutal cold...

Black Voters Left Out in Ohio

An Ohio GOP official believes the state’s early voting process should not accommodate Black voters. Doug Priesse who sits on the board of elections...

Somalia Assembly Approves New Constitution in Historic Vote

The overwhelming approval of a Provisional Constitution for Somalia by the representative body convened for that purpose - a key step toward ending the...

International Community ‘Complicit’ in Somalia Strife

The international community has for years engaged in numerous initiatives ostensibly to return Somalia into a functioning state again. But according to a leaked...

Under Pressure Sudan to Hold Direct Talks With Rebels

Sudanese government and the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement North (SPLM-N) are expected to hold direct political talks in Addis Ababa on Thursday, said...

Nigeria’s Massive Kerosene Fraud

Nigerians have been forced to pay as much as N150/litre of kerosene instead of the government subsidised rate of N50 because the Nigerian National...

Africa’s Industrialisation Process Has Begun

Jean-Michel Severino, former head of the Agence Française de Développement and advisor to newly elected French president, François Hollande, talks about Africa's industrialisation process...

Somalia to Have Federal Government

Somalia will finally have a federal government in 90 days, United Nations Political Office for Somalia has said. Speaking yesterday just two days after the...

Statement By Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala After Dr. Kim’s Appointment As World Bank...

I would like to congratulate Dr Jim Yong Kim on his emergence as President of the World Bank Group. I look forward to working...

Billions Allocated to Boost South Africa’s Pharmaceutical Sector

South Africa's Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies has announced a designation process geared towards stimulating manufacturing in the country's pharmaceutical industry to the...

Solving Infrastructural Deficit Critical to EAC Integration

Infrastructural investment is crucial if East Africa wants to receive the full benefits of regional integration, a senior Kenyan government official has said. Al Hajji...

Malema Might Drop His Appeal Due to Political Interference

The ANC Youth League says its long-held view that charges against its leadership are part of a political conspiracy have been vindicated by comments...

Nigeria U.S. to Invest U.S.$1.5 Billion in Power Generation

The United States Tuesday declared its readiness to invest as much as $1.5billion in the Nigerian Power Sector through its various private sector companies...

Call for African Integration at Davos

African leaders called for greater market integration on the continent, the freeing up of border controls and more coordination in developing infrastructure during a special session at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Thursday. South African President Jacob Zuma told delegates attending the plenary session "Africa: from transition to transformation" that much work has already been done on increasing cooperation among African states, such as the agreement among leaders last year on the need for a free trade zone.