In this Africa report, Abayomi Azikiwe of Pan-African News Wire, writes about the situation on ground in North Africa’s oil rich nation – Libya, which is currently under the united states pentagon-NATO rule, corruption, internecine conflict and the “fruits” of imperialist warfare.
The African Union has mutated into a particularly corrupt and brutal enforcer of western rule in Africa. When it comes to the interests of Pax Americana, you must start with the crimes committed in the African Union’s “War on Terror” in Somalia, a.k.a., the War on the Somali people.
Following the United Nations’ recent approval of Resolution 2046 threatening the nations of Sudan and South Sudan with sanctions, the success of international attempts at conflict aversion in the region appear to be in question. Nile Bowie, brings you an investigative report on the situation at hand.
Truthfully, Osama is an intelligence asset, namely an instrument of the CIA used to justify the “Global War on Terrorism”. Meanwhile, Obama is a political liar and a war criminal.
Dance is the life of the African. It permeates all our social and ceremonial activities. To the African, dance is a way of thinking, living and communicating. Nevertheless, the Adowa dance is the most widespread and most frequently performed social musical type of the Akan speaking people of Ghana.
Children as young as ten climb down hand dug shafts into the Tilwezembe mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with no protective equipment, to recover cobalt and copper.
Less than a year ago, Sudan was split in two after decades of U.S. support for the secessionist South. Newly independent and deeply impoverished South Sudan has now seized much of what remains of the North’s oil fields. The South refuses to return to its borders, despite widespread international denunciation – a boldness that is inconceivable without the connivance of the United States.
When Kenya’s newly announced geothermal power generation project comes online, it will turn the East African country into an economic powerhouse in the region.
The ‘China in Africa’ story brims with ambivalence and ambiguity. Nowhere is this more evident than on the African street. The influx of Chinese products and the proliferation of small Chinese enterprises are affecting ways of life in African towns and cities, but exactly how and to what extent is hotly contested.