AFRICANGLOBE – There was a time when talking about Pan-Africanism had become so old and retrogressive.
Everybody wanted a piece of Europe and to get one, they had to surrender a piece of their Africaness.
One thing is very certain – it is not going to be easy going for Africa to change direction now, especially after tying herself up into all the trade and debt knots.
While almost every sensible leader can now talk with a straight face about the importance of adding value to Africa’s material resources, those who have been dependent on the continent will not take this lightly.
- AU marks pan-African bloc’s 50th anniversary – Xinhua (news.xinhuanet.com)
- Celebrating the African renaissance (thehindu.com)
- MPs call for adoption of a single African language to promote regional cohesion (modernghana.com)
- Africa must double steps towards a common future Prez Mahama (edition.myjoyonline.com)
- On Africa Day, Jubilee Celebrations reflect on panafricanism (appablog.wordpress.com)
- Africa has not overcome challenges of neo-colonialism, poverty – Jonathan (vanguardngr.com)
- Ethiopian diplomat calls for conflict, poverty-free Africa (worldbulletin.net)