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Post-Colonial African Cultural Renaissance

Following the end of colonialism, Africa experienced a significant cultural, political, and economic shift. The cultural environment of the continent was profoundly impacted by colonization, which frequently suppressed local customs.

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Are Recovered Artifacts Enough to Preserve Cultural Heritage in Africa?

The quest to retrieve Africa’s looted treasures from European collections continues, with artifacts scattered across the continent’s museums serving as poignant reminders of colonial-era plunder. While the return of these.

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Kikwete, Helen Clark’s Efforts on Gender Parity

In a relentless quest for gender equality, the world has seen the impactful endeavors of leaders dedicated to bridging the gap between men and women. At the recent WomenLift Health.

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Unlocking Potential: Speaker Fonati Koffa delivers Plan for Africa’s economy in Ethiopia

In a powerful address at the African Leadership Magazine’s Persons of the Year Awards 2024, which took place at Skylight Hotel in Ethiopia, Hon. Cllr. J. Fonati Koffa, the Speaker.

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African Education System Strengthening Strategies

Everyone agrees that education is an essential human right and a major force behind social and economic advancement. Unfortunately, access to high-quality education is still restricted in many African countries,.

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Unveiling Lubango, the Hidden Gem of Southern Angola

Tucked away in the untamed splendor of Southern Angola is Lubango, a city that stays out of the spotlight most of the time yet is home to a wealth of.

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Politics: The Place of Women in Rwanda

East African nation Rwanda has made great progress towards advancing women’s political empowerment and gender equality. With women controlling over 60% of the seats in the lower house of parliament,.

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Top 50 Afro-Caribbean Leaders in the UK

Welcome to the prestigious compilation of the “Top 50 Afro-Caribbean Leaders in the UK.” In this assemblage of talent, resilience, and leadership, this list celebrates individuals who have not only.

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Nelson Mandela’s Legacy A Decade On: Evolving Dynamics in South Africa

A decade has passed since the departure of Nelson Mandela on December 5, 2013. As we mark this milestone, it prompts contemplation of the changes that have unfolded since the.

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Afrexim Bank’s Oramah, NCDMB’s Wabote, and Four Other Nigerians Nominated for the ALM African Persons of the Year (POTY) 2023

The President of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), Benedict Okey Oramah, and the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Simbi Wabote, are among the six.

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