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@theveryblackproject on Instagram: “✨□✨ poem. from salt. @nayyirah.waheed □” Rwanda. Forrest In Focus: Critical Film Reviews. Leadership and National Development: The Missing Link, By Nuhu Ribadu. Nuhu Ribadu Mr.

Leadership and National Development: The Missing Link, By Nuhu Ribadu

Otunba Dino Melaye (dino_melaye) A DIFFERENT NUANCE FROM THE STATUS QUO. Saki Mafundikwa: Ingenuity and elegance in ancient African alphabets.


Google blimps will carry wireless signal across Africa. Search giant Google is intending to build huge wireless networks across Africa and Asia, using high-altitude balloons and blimps.

Google blimps will carry wireless signal across Africa

Centre for African Studies Basel: Macamo. Elísio Macamo is Tenure Track Assistant Professor of African Studies at the University of Basel (since October 2009).

Centre for African Studies Basel: Macamo

The Colour Of Life. The TRUE Size Of Africa - An Erroneous Map Misled Us For 500 Years! Although featured in 'The West Wing', this map dishonesty is anything but fictional.

The TRUE Size Of Africa - An Erroneous Map Misled Us For 500 Years!

The video below will give you an accurate look at the size of Africa. People are often not aware of how large Africa continent really is. The image below is an accurate look at Africa relative to some major countries: The map shows how Africa (30,3 million km²) is larger than the combination of China (9,6 million km²), the US (9,4 million km²), Western Europe (4,9 million km²), India (3,2 million km²) and Argentina (2,8 million km²), three Scandinavian countries and the British Isles (map gives no surface for these last two areas). Map Source. Nigerian author Chinua Achebe dies. 22 March 2013Last updated at 16:58 GMT Bilkisu Labaran, from the BBC's Focus on Africa programme, talks about the influence of Chinua Achebe Renowned Nigerian author Chinua Achebe has died at the age of 82 after a brief illness.

Nigerian author Chinua Achebe dies

Electricity comes to an impoverished Mozambican island. Kisumu Kanyakwar Women Group. AFRO BOY. Amandla News. Africa Gathering — Home. WE LET AFRICA DOWN BADLY by Prof George N. Ayittey « A New Nigeria. Posted by seunfakze in Uncategorized.

WE LET AFRICA DOWN BADLY by Prof George N. Ayittey « A New Nigeria

Trackback An Open Letter to African Academics, Scholars and Intellectuals Dear Colleagues, Vanguard Update: Finding "Chinatown, Africa" in Uganda. To Our Faithful Users: Current's run has ended after eight exciting years on air and online.

Vanguard Update: Finding "Chinatown, Africa" in Uganda

The Current TV staff has appreciated your interest, support, participation and unflagging loyalty over the years. Afrologica Investigation Unit. A.k.a. DJ Badly - ILLEGAL GATHERINGS : Play and the Durban Alternative Scene (c. 1990) VIDEO: #OCCUPYNIGERIA "I am ready to die" Nigerian Protester To Police. Kayode Ogundamisi is a commentator on Nigerian and international affairs, he was involved in the Nigerian pro-democracy struggle, Ogundamisi survived a trumped up charge of treasonable offence against the military government of General Babangida, he was detained in Jos prison in 1991 and released after intensive local and international campaigns against the government charging him and 12 other students before a military tribunal.

VIDEO: #OCCUPYNIGERIA "I am ready to die" Nigerian Protester To Police

Ogundamisi was a frontline member of the National Association of Nigerian Student and a former secretary general of the the University of Jos Students Union in Nigeria and the O'dua Peoples Congress. Ogundamisi currently shuttles beetwen his base in The United Kingdom and his Country of Birth Nigeria where he runs a programme on self empowerment. The Coming Battle for Africa's Internet - Drew Hinshaw - International. As new technology brings Africans online, everyone from Google to local developers are looking to seize the growing market A team of engineers lay fibre optic cables in rural Kenya.

The Coming Battle for Africa's Internet - Drew Hinshaw - International

Antony Njuguna / Reuters. TallyFox Social Technologies AG. LightBeamProductions (LightBeamPro) Abt_iwlearn/events/iwrmoct2006/51b Salif Diop Freshwater vulnerability.pdf. CBS Tweet - LateLateShow w @CraigyFerg honors BlackHistoryMonth w guests Dr Cornell West & George Clinton Feb 1... C preview. Les églises de Lalibela en Ethiopie (groupe nord) - une vidéo Voyages. Marketing and Media in South Africa. John Wesley Blassingame. John W. Blassingame John Wesley Blassingame (March 23, 1940 - February 13, 2000) was an American scholar, historian, educator, writer, and pioneer in the study of American slavery.

He was the former chairman of the African-American Studies program at Yale University. He died at age 59. The cause of death was not known according to his son, John W. ▲☥▲ The Journal of Negro History issues at Project Gutenberg. BUALA - cultura contemporânea africana. African Studies Programs. Schweizerische Genossenschaft für Afrikanische Studien (SSAS) Centre for African Studies Basel: Research. Africa and Europe are connected in manifold ways.

Centre for African Studies Basel: Research

The two continents share not only a long history but also opportunities and challenges in the present. Both of these call for a joint and interdisciplinary approach in order to achieve positive results. As at now the mutual knowledge on each other is limited. Research on Africa in equitable partnership with African scholars contributes to the building of shared competencies. The University of Basel has become the centre for research on Africa in Switzerland. Since 2001, the Centre for African Studies coordinates teaching and research and offers a MA course in African Studies. Creative Africa Network - CREATIVE AFRICA NETWORK. Batonga Foundation. BBC World Service - Africa. Show Pages - Inside Africa - - Special Coverage on Issue THE CRITICAL ASS ISSUE. African News, Breaking News, Politics, Sports, Music, Entertainment, Multimedia & Blogs.

Tunisie. Bookie Shonuga. Houssein (tn_blogs) A Tunisian Girl /بنيّة تونسية. African Farmers Get Boost From IFC, Soros Economic Development Fund, and Esoko. WASHINGTON, D.C. /ACCRA, GHANA— IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Soros Economic Development Fund have both invested $1.25 million of equity into Esoko, a Ghanaian technology firm.

The investment in Esoko will give small holder African farmers and businesses timely crop information that can be shared via text messaging, enabling farmers to increase their incomes. Esoko’s software takes advantage of rapidly growing mobile-phone usage in Africa. The technology allows farmers affordable and timely access to market information that can help them negotiate better prices and improve the timing of getting their crops to market. “Our platform was developed by African software engineers here in Accra, Ghana, and has been a totally local, market-driven initiative,” said Esoko CEO Mark Davies. Putting Complementarity into Practice. Kenya and the ICC: Fact Versus Fiction. Before December 17, we will file before pretrial chamber III of the International Criminal Court two written applications of around 80 pages each, summarizing the facts and analyzing the evidence collected. We have to prove that there is a reasonable basis to believe that the persons committed the crimes.

Open Society Foundations. The Africa Governance Monitoring and Advocacy Project (AfriMAP) was established in 2004 to monitor the compliance of member states of the African Union (AU) with selected standards of good governance, democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. AfricanViews. China's Trade With Africa Just Exploded To $115 Billion. China's trade with Africa has soared to $114.81 billion in the first 11 months of 2010, according to the Chinese government's first white paper on its economic and trade cooperation with Africa. To put that huge number in perspective, the paper pointed out that China-Africa bilateral trade volume was a mere $12.14 million in 1950. What's driving Africa's growth - McKinsey Quarterly - Economic Studies - Productivity & Performance.

Emerging Africa. There’s good news out of Africa. Seventeen emerging countries are putting behind them the conflict, stagnation, and dictatorships of the past. Since the mid-1990s, these countries have achieved steady economic growth, deepened democracy, improved governance, and decreased poverty. The Return of 'Afro-Optimism' Africa: Security and Development for the 21st Century.