UGANDA OIL: US Africa Command, a tool to Recolonize the African Continent

The United States of America has no right to prescribe Africom on Africa even at the expense of dividing Africa and weakening the African Union. America wants its own interests to prevail over those of Africa.

UGANDA OIL: US Africa Command, a tool to Recolonize the African Continent

Africans have a painful history of the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade, racism and colonialism by nations that claim to be ‘civilised’ but have behaviour that is contrary to civilisation. They dehumanised Africa’s people and saw nothing wrong with that. They have never shown any remorse for their inhuman deeds to Africans or offered any reparations for the colossal damage they inflicted on Africans. America’s persistence to impose Africom on Africa proves this beyond reasonable doubt.

Companies need to know their markets

The recent trademark disputes of international brands, such as Apple and Herms, to some extent, indicate that 2012 will be a significant year for the development of intellectual property rights in China.

Companies need to know their markets

The recent trademark disputes of international brands, such as Apple and Herms, to some extent, indicate that 2012 will be a significant year for the development of intellectual property rights in China.

Is China a better partner for Africa than Europe and the West?

New players in Africa like China, Brazil and other developing countries have a growing influence on the continent. These countries provide the African population with new opportunities and alternatives to the Western approach on aid and development. In this video, three panelists discuss and explain a very controversial topic in the European civil society: their development policy and development aid for Africa.