The Politics of Secession And Political Alternatives - Chofor Che

There has been a wave of secessionist tendencies in the world and particularly in Africa prior to independence. Some good examples in Africa include the case of Anglophone and Francophone Cameroon, which is an ongoing predicament.

The "Freedom" Fallacy In The South African Mind - Martin van Staden

The “Freedom” Charter, widely considered to be one of the most important inspirations for the current Constitution of South Africa (1996), was adopted in Kliptown on 26 June 1955 by the Struggle movement.

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As a way to end the lingering crises in several parts of Africa, Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has renewed calls for a pan-African President to lead a United States of Africa.

The Paradox of Youth Development and Professional Youths in Africa - Alex Njeru Ndungu

Does Africa have a youth problem? The next time somebody mentions the word ‘youth’ in social, political and economic context I am going to push foam into his/her mouth. Well, that’s not diplomatic but I am fatigued. I am fatigued about; youth employment programs, youth funds, youth volunteer programs, affirmative action that allows youth to get access procurement action.

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