zuma Op-ed 

South Africa’s unrest is something Black people across the globe should care about

  By Joseph Tolton The urgency for a new Black internationalism and the collective wisdom that only Pan Africanism can inspire has never been more necessary or possible. What South Africa was supposed to be … In 1987, I vividly remember dancing to Free Nelson Mandela in college, always knowing that my white classmates wanted him to be free, but I needed him to be free. South Africa was to be the triumph of African resilience, the courage of the Black experience, and the beauty of forgiveness from the victimized. It was to be…

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Zuma Leads AU Into New Era

      By: Ralph Cherbo Geeplay Ten years after its creation, last year the African union (AU) took a bold step, and chose a woman to lead the continental body in what were a mile stone and a much contested electioneering process that saw South Africa Home Affairs Minister elected to the continental top post. Dlamini Zuma has her hands full: the African Union is not a governmental bureau, as her past experiences suggest, and the level of work that needs to be done on the continent as far leadership and…

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