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PACIN is a Pan-Africanist organisation which facilitates deeper engagement of African Civil Society & citizens ensuring the continent has people at its centre.
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Solomon Dersso, PhD Feb 15
BTW - he only tendered his resignation. Next steps are - consideration of the application by the ruling coalition, on acceptance of the resignation, the party has to elect the chair of the party and the Parliament has to convene a session for electing the PM.
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ARNOLD TSUNGA Feb 15
: Ethiopia's prime minister 's submitted his resignation as both prime minister and the chairman of the ruling coalition. AFRICA IS CHANGING
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Carlos Lopes Feb 16
Can you imagine US giving a one-week ultimatum to 3 African Countries defying the import of used cloths? How are we going to industrialize? What should be the definition of dumping?
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Farida Nabourema Feb 15
It pains me to see that a decade after some of us left the University of Lome, things have not changed. Going to school at 4 for a lecture starting at 7 am just so you can find a spot to seat. A 15,000 capacity university is now home to 40,000 students.
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Simon Allison Feb 15
First Eduardo dos Santos. Then Mugabe. Jacob Zuma. Now news that Ethiopia's Hailemariam Desalegn has resigned. I barely recognise this place any more.
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Charles Onyango-Obbo Feb 15
"I see my resignation as vital in the bid to carry out reforms that would lead to sustainable peace and democracy," Ethiopian PM Hailemariam said. Someone pinch me. An Ethiopia leader said this?
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African National Congress Feb 14
ANC STATEMENT FOLLOWING THE RESIGNATION OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA, COMRADE JACOB ZUMA
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PACIN #AfricaThinks Feb 15
Current thinking points at politics and how it is organised and practised in any country as the foundation that can facilitate or block the building of effective anti-poverty action on a grand scale.
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PACIN #AfricaThinks Feb 15
"Poverty in Africa, I realised, had spawned a whole industry outside the continent, on how to combat it. Armies of “aid workers” were being dispatched to Africa to work for NGOs and help pull African communities out of destitution."
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allAfrica.com Feb 15
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Farida Nabourema Feb 14
All the people who claim to be representing the people of in the upcoming talks are beyond 50. We the under 30s, 40s and 50s who make up 70% of the population will not allow old folks to compromise our future in senseless negotiations. The street is our weapon
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Vusi Thembekwayo Feb 13
My thoughts: Zuma didn’t keep himself in power. The ANC did. Zuma didn’t protect himself from 8 motions of no confidence. The ANC did. Zuma ALONE didn’t obscure the truth with lies & obfuscations. The ANC did. Zuma (alone) is not the problem.
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Shailja Patel Feb 14
Never forget that Jacob Zuma raped a young woman who'd called him 'Uncle' from childhood. Never forget that he drove her into exile, and she died in poverty. Never forget Fezekile Khuzwayo.
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#NotInMyCountryKE Feb 14
is calling for book proposals. Deadline : 20 February 2018
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SAfm news Feb 12
ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule and his deputy Jessie Duarte have been tasked with delivering the recall letter to President Jacob Zuma
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Feb 12
We must address the root cause of health insecurity: the lack of access of the most vulnerable people to essential health services. The benefits of go far beyond health – Invest in health systems, invest in
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Mo Ibrahim Fdn Feb 11
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf wins 2017 Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership. Former President of praised for her extraordinary efforts to lead country’s recovery following civil war. Read the full release:
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TRALAC Feb 12
member states agree to fast-track the review of the Protocol on Development as part of efforts to boost economic growth in the region
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Fact Feb 11
Israel has broke 65 U.N resolutions with no consequences. Iraq broke two and got invaded, bombed and destroyed.
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