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Rwanda: ‘We Are On the Right Path,’ Kagame

AFRICANGLOBE - It is undeniable that Rwanda has made and continues to make tremendous progress, President Paul Kagame said on Monday afternoon in the parliament while giving his State of the Nation address.

Who are the Exemplary Armies in Africa?

AFRICANGLOBE - Structural problems within certain African armies have not obscured the overall quality, or progress in the past 10 years, for a few countries. After successfully contributing to the country's transition from apartheid to a democracy, the South African army remains a continental force to reckon with, especially in the areas of aviation and transport.

World Bank Approves $1.15 Billion Interest Free Loan for Ethiopia

The World Bank has endorsed a $1,15 billion interest free loan to Ethiopia under its country partnership strategy (CPS) that will help the Horn...

Education Holds the Key to Africa’s Development

My husband, Nelson Mandela, once described education as "the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world." He was right. But I...

African Union Should Stand Up For Africans

On Sunday, the African Union voted, for the first time, woman to head the AU Commission. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, South Africa's Home affairs minister, beat...

Nigerian President Optimistic in State of the Nation Address

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan believes the West African country has "made appreciable progress in the last one year" under his stewardship. In his review of...

Political Stability Taking Root in West Africa

Political stability is taking root in West Africa, a senior United Nations envoy told the Security Council today, cautioning, however, that progress remains tenuous and could be undermined by developments such the presence of an islamic extremist groups in Nigeria or the recent disturbances in Guinea-Bissau.

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.

Ethiopian Sugar Corporation Earns Billions in Nine Months

The Ethiopian Sugar Corporation (ESC) earned 4.1 billion Br from the sale of 314,946tn of sugar over the past nine months, exceeding its goal of 3.9 billion Br in revenues.

NATO Out of Ideas as Libyan War Mired in Stalemate

The story is the same as ever, the Libyan War is still a stalemate. Claims of progress are few and far between for either...