Saturday, December 15, 2018

Africa’s Under-Industrialization in the Era of White Supremacist Culture

Africa bears tremendous natural resources—unparalleled resources—yet she has not industrialized, while nations that, in comparison, boast a tiny fraction of resources have industrialized, often...

It’s About Time Ghana Elected a Traditional Religious Ruler

NTOABOMA—For change, a change we can believe in, a traditional religious ruler is what we need. More, for real change in the way we...

Revolution and Violence: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

ACCRA -- African countries who have not been affected by mass political and social unrest like to believe they are peaceful and nonviolent. They...

Visual Debilitating Vestiges of Colonialism and Racism in Africa

The price we pay. I digressed. But before anyone has tried to reincarnate, the following clowns in Africa may need to wake up! They must be asleep. There's no rhyme or reason why grown human beings would ever wear artificial white men's thick pale embroidered hair in the hot African Sun!

The Empty Swag of Hi-Tech University Graduates

ACCRA -- How good were the good old days? The days of our fathers seem good because they invested so much hope in the...

The Police Officers Fired For A Kiss

KAGERA - Tanzania. In any land of free people, it is sufficiently acceptable to plant kisses on loved ones in private and even in...

Killing Bill Cosby

My great grandmother, Asantewaa, once whispered this short story: A young man once had a toothache. He looked in the mirror, mouth wide open, and...

The AU – Africa Without Africans and Why the U.S. Is Interested in a...

NTOABOMA -- Earlier this year African Union (AU) bigwigs voted to stop the people of Haiti from officially rejoining and realigning their common socio-economic...

Theatre of the Ungrateful: Why Kinky Musicals Sell Better than Old School Plays

The 22nd International African Writers Day of the Pan African Writers’ Association (PAWA) chose a very interesting working sub-theme for this year’s celebration: ‘The...

Africa’s Porous Unprotected Borders are Blocking Trade and Economic Development

By Keith Somerville: Keith Somerville is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, teachers at the University of Kent and runs the Africa – News and Analysis (www.africajournalismtheworld.com) website.