January 22, 2015

From Eritrea to Madagascar, here are 7 of...

From Eritrea to Madagascar, here are 7 of Africa’s ‘must experience’ train journeys

Madagascar's beautiful "Micheline" train (Photo: IamNotUnique)Despite Ethiopia being the first country in SSAfrica to have a railway, a train has not left Addis Ababa in six year – that’s about to change.

Train services between Tanzania and Zambia are currently paralysed by a strike of more than 1,500 Tanzanian workers over pay.

Workers have allegedly not been paid for five months by Tanzania’s government because of a financial crisis at the railway authority. These types of hang-ups are often commonplace on the continent, and it’s to be expected.

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December 1, 2014

بطرس غالي:‏إفريقيا مؤهلة لمزيد من الصراعات...

بطرس غالي:‏إفريقيا مؤهلة لمزيد من
الصراعات ونهب الثروات مازال مستمرا

 بطرس غالي:‏إفريقيا مؤهلة لمزيد من  الصراعات ونهب الثروات مازال مستمراالأهرام : حوار أجرته‏:‏ عائشـة عبدالغفـار
فقائمة المناصب التي تولاها طويلة لعل أهمها أمين عام الأمم المتحدة ومنظمة الفرنكوفونية والمجلس القومي لحقوق الانسان, وما أكثر الكتب التي كتبها بالفرنسية والانجليزية والعربية عن الدبلوماسية الدولية والعربية ومنظمة الوحدة الإفريقية والقضايا العربية والسياسات الخارجية المصرية والدبلوماسية في إفريقيا, ومنها طريق مصر إلي القدس وحماس وبيت من زجاج وخطة
السلام والتنمية والديمقراطية. Read more

November 28, 2014

Globalization: Crony capitalism and its effect on...

Globalization: Crony capitalism and its effect on the African nations

Globalization: Crony capitalism and its effect on the African nationsby Berhane Woldu | 1971 Nixon dismantled the Brinton Woods system deregulated currencies, ending the gold’s role in finical trading. He introduced the flotation system that expanded the unregulated capital and the formation of globalization. This gave way to tax inversion, cheap export, low wages, overseas head quarters and increase corporate profits. Read more

November 25, 2014

France Is Slowly Reclaiming Its Old African Empire

France Is Slowly Reclaiming Its Old African Empire

09_05_PG0410_FranceAfrica_02By Brian Eads – newsweek | The funeral of French Foreign Legion Sergeant Marcel Kalafut was held in May at Camp Raffalli, his regimental headquarters in Calvi, Corsica. The 26-year-old was killed when his vehicle hit a land mine during a covert operation in northern Mali.

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October 8, 2014

War-Lord-Dictator of African Dictators

War-Lord-Dictator of African Dictators

War-Lord-Dictator of African Dictators

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MESSAGE OF H.E. ISAIAS AFWERKI PRESIDENT OF THE...

Eritrea’s delegation met President of...

Eritrea Festival 2019 commences

President Isaias held talks with Japanese...

Eritrean community festival in USA

President Isaias received senior Saudi delegation