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When Yoweri Museveni, President of the Republic of Uganda was sworn into power almost thirty-five years ago, he brought with him a vision of radical change and radical progress which he believed Uganda – a country trampled by the horrors of military rule, human rights abuses, and dictatorship sorely needed. After overthrowing Ugandan leaders Idi Amin (1971-79), […]

“What Should the Main Aim of an African Education be?” by Okuhle Qasana

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Education has to liberate both the mind and the body of man. It has to make him more of a human being because he is aware of his potential as a human being, and is in a positive, life-enhancing relationship with himself, his neighbour and his environment.”–Julius Nyerere  In answering this question, it is imperative […]

“What the 21st century leader can learn from Thomas Sankara” by Chizoma Duru

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  Thomas Sankara was a military officer, revolutionary and anti-imperialist who was born on 21st December 1949 and was assassinated on 15th October 1987. He served as the president of Burkina Faso from 1983- 1987. He was a strong opposer of neo-colonialism and imperialism and expressed his opposition through his teaching and the implementation of […]

“Supreme Computers, The State-of-The-Art of Our Future” by Saad Makhal

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Around the last 150 years, the telegraph was treated as a magical, super-powered invention that enabled you to connect with another person wirelessly! However, these days, they have become an old-fashioned ‘thing’ people used to have in the past. I am not here to judge the telegraph, but to tell you a small secret: the […]

“Enhancing Female Leadership In Africa” by Khahliso Myataza.

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The South African Constitution stipulates that every person, of every gender, race, ethnicity, religious belief and overall demographic has the right to equal access to education and opportunity. I, Khahliso Myataza, solemnly believe that the meaningful representation of womxn, in every space, at any given time is inherently crucial for the sustainable development of the […]

“May the Fires be Cleansing” by Judith Mugweru.

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Hello avid reader, I hope you’ve been keeping diplomatic. Over the past few weeks, Africa’s political atmosphere has been in a state of turmoil, with dissatisfied citizens projecting their discontent to their governments and demanding change which is a huge step in the right direction. Africans have been known to adopt rather passive positions when it comes […]