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    Served, Serviced and Pampered: How Female Sex Tourists are Exploiting African Men

    Served, Serviced and Pampered: How Female Sex Tourists are Exploiting African Men

    Older women from Europe and North America are now known to frequent African resorts in pursuit of ‘sexcapades’ as they are called.

      The Steady Growth of Islam in Zimbabwe

      Experts are of the belief that in the past, the religion was practiced in isolation but has now begun to take a “pro-evangelical” stance in recent decades.

        Inspiring Story of 12 year old Nkosi Johnson Who Fought Against Aids and Won

        “Hi, my name is Nkosi Johnson,” he began. “I am 11 years old and I have full-blown Aids. I was born HIV-positive.”

          Shocking Video: Tanzanian Teachers Filmed Brutally Beating Student

          Should the Tanzanian government toughen its stance towards corporal punishment? Watch and decide.

            The World’s Fittest Children are in Tanzania

            A new study by PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine recently found that Tanzania’s children are the fittest in the world.

              European Athletes Baselessly Accuse African World-record Breaker, Almaz Ayana of Doping

              Congratulations Almaz, the whole African continent celebrates this victory with you.

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              The Chronicles of the Sephardic Jews in Europe and Morocco after 1492

              The Chronicles of the Sephardic Jews in Europe and Morocco after 1492

              Those who kept their Jewish faith were made by the Catholics to pay a tax and were often badly treated and ostracized.

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              On Lagos Lynching, Jungle Justice and the Law

              Just last week, a seven year old boy was reportedly beaten and burnt to death in Badagry Area of Lagos State for attempting to steal garri from a trader’s shop.

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              Are the Semitic Tribes of the Mideast Uniting at Long Last?

              However one wonders what does this cold alliance mean to Israel in the long run and would Israel be willing to pay the price to honor this “Confederation of the Semites?”

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              A Close Look at The Moroccan Class Casts

              Morocco has remained tribal and patriarchal in spite of the veneer of modernization and development and to a certain extent that is true of most of the Arab world.

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              Aid as the Catalyst for Reduced Trust in Governmental Institutions

              The result of such systematic lack of trust in institutions is that transactions, business or otherwise, will be assumed as incapable of being completed as intended.

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              How South African Fashion Week Blew Us Away

              African fashion designers converged in South Africa for the Bi-annual South African Fashion Week.This time they were showcasing designs for the Autumn/Winter 2017 season.

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              Black People Magic: Really?

              Critiquing Black People Magic as alternative activism.

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              Forever Celebrating African Women: "Strength Of a Woman"

              Women are power houses of creation who have a kind of inescapable, snare-laden power that could even bring down the greatest macho rulers and leaders, without using firearms like the NATO did with Libya.

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              Does Corruption Cause Poverty or Does Poverty Cause Corruption?

              Many African presidents steer this vice of corruption by enacting outlandish ideologies which causes a spill back effect in those they govern leading to the led engaging in grass root corruption too

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              Clean Energy Is Not Clean Enough To Counter Climate Change

              Trying to combat climate change exclusively with today's clean energy technologies simply won't work.

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              Plight and Plunder: Life of Africa’s Street Children

              "I'd rather be in the streets and risk being sexually abused than be married to an old man," she said. "If I have to, I prefer being a sex worker to being a young wife."

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              Socialist Bureaucracy: Earning Popular Gratitude with Intentionally Minimal Services

              Socialism logic is that by limiting the level of service people can get from bureaucrats, the people seeking services learn to take as norms minimal services with great degrees of appreciation.

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              Lupita Nyong'o Brings Vogue to Kenya

              "I want to create opportunities for people of colour" Says Lupita Nyong'o.

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              South Africa Should Prioritize Indigenous Languages

              As a country, we need to create an environment that is conducive to harnessing language use across the board; an environment that encourages each individual to excel in their mother tongue and not be apologetic.

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              The Maghreb and its Painful Headaches

              It is illogical that North Africa in which youth is predominant in number is ruled exclusively by a gerontocracy totally disconnected from their needs and aspirations and, worse, governing them in time-old tribal and patriarchal fashion.

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              Meet Pardon Ndlovu, An Inspiring Zimbabwean Olympian Who Sold T-shirts To Fund Rio Trip

              However, instead of wallowing in self pity, Pardon engineered a way to pay for his trip.