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Chaos in the Promised Land (Poetry) 3-06-2008
by Zaid Shopeju
Before the forceful and vicious advent of the intruder, The so-called colonial masters who subjected Africa and Africans To the highest level of denigration, depredation, Degradation, ruination and exploitation: The homeland of our...

Development: change at any cost? (Opinions) 27-11-2008
by Norma
Primitive man was for many years limited in his ability to explore and exploit his environment. So he hunted close to home and had a limited sphere of influence. With time he learnt to explore and exploit his environment as he overcame many...

Globalization as Neo Colonialism (Opinions) 23-09-2004
by Salisu Suleiman
When in the 1950s and 60s, most colonized countries and territories across the world threw off the yolk of colonialism, there was tremendous hope and anticipation that a new era of hope, independence, freedom and self – determination was about to...

Should Africa Rely on the World Bank for her development? (Opinions) 5-10-2007
by lutatinisibwa
On Wednesday 12th August, I was among the few Tanzanian college and university students who attended the global seminar series at the Tanzania Global Development Learning Centre (TGDLC) under the World Bank’s sponsorship. On that day we heard from...

Student Group Targets Corporate Elites (Interviews) 9-11-2008
by Jonathan Frank
On November 3, 2008 in Waterloo, Ontario a student activist group, Anti-War @ Laurier, from Wilfred Laurier University targeted Manulife Financial for their leadership role in the North American Competitiveness Council (NACC) and the Security and...

The Virgin Prostitute (Poetry) 8-04-2008
by Remish Gasiano
Cry foul, Oh you who sit in the shed, By the roadside in the day time, And watch them pass, covered in shame, All running to have a piece of her To pound her virgin bosom Till she feels the pain. They invite their friends into her inner...

Why is Haiti so poor? Lessons for Africa (Opinions) 15-02-2010
by Norma
Picture, Cité Soleil Earthquake 6 , by Marcello Casal Jr., licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic license . The Island of Hispaniola in the Western hemisphere is divided into two countries: the western one third of the...