The title may seem quite impossible at first glance, right? Especially coming from ‘world’s poorest continent’, dubbed by statistics and the infamous slavery and colonisation. Think again, stop settling for a half empty glass and go for a full one instead, as Stephen Richards would say.
By: BRIGHT OFORI
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By: DEBBY N.J NDJADILA
South Africa is in turmoil, raging fires have engulfed Africa’s most advanced economy. All thanks to the ruling ANC’s blundering leadership and failure to read the modern economy.
George C Kimble stated that, ‘The darkest thing about Africa has always been our ignorance of it’.
‘Do they know it’s Christmas?’ is what famous musicians brotherly sang, referring to the many hungry Africans, living their hopeless lives on the ‘dark continent’.
A column I wrote several months ago, during the siege of Aleppo, Syria.
After eight years, Barack Obama has left the Oval Office and the global political arena.
We only speak of a crisis when refugees and migrants wash up the shores of ‘Fort Europe.’
Poverty, violence, famines and war. Just a few words often mentioned in one breath with Africa.