Africa`s Historic Day : January 1, 2021
by PD Lawton 6 January 2021
” We have to take active steps to dismantle the colonial economic model that we inherited and that we sustained over the last 50 years . We have to stop being exporters of primary products to countries … Read the rest
Transaqua has the capacity to transform the lives of the people of the interior of Africa more than any other infrastructure project .
Source: Centro Studi Africani
LAKE CHAD AND INFRUSTRUCTURES: CHALLENGES AND IDEAS
12 November 2020… Read the rest
re posted from EIR DAILY ALERT SERVICE
South African Activist Exhorts for Mobilization of Food Resources Worldwide To Fight Starvation in Africa
Oct. 13 (EIRNS)—The following statement was released from South Africa today, Oct. 13:
My name is Ramasimong Phillip Tsokolibane. I am the leader of the LaRouche movement in … Read the rest
re posted from EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW
This article appears in the July 31, 2020 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.
Japan Got the ‘China Treatment’ When It Tried to Launch Development in Africa
[Print version of this article]
Niall Ferguson lied that China intentionally spread COVID-19.
July … Read the rest
African Scholarships to Chinese Universities
by PD Lawton 27 July 2020
China is offering more university scholarships to African students than all of the wealthiest Western countries combined. The next academic year will see 12,000 African students studying in China.
This follows on from China`s pledge at the FOCAC Summit … Read the rest
re posted from CHINA DAILY
China solidarity buoys Africa in virus battle
By CHEN YINGQUN | China Daily Global | Updated: 2020-07-03 09:10
Xi’s speech provides inspiration for efforts against pandemic, experts say
China’s and Africa’s commitment to strengthen their collaboration in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic has great … Read the rest
Against such criticism, Japan was forced to review its aid policy and had to reduce aid to Africa before Ghana became a Japan in Africa. Since then, proposals for UN Millennium 2000 targets, including the debt relief, which mainly targeted Japan’s yen loans, have been drafted mainly by the U.K., … Read the rest
From the European Union`s corrupted European Agricultural Policy, that has ended up benefitting some of the largest and wealthiest land-owners in the world, including the British royal family; to the mass-scale theft of arable land in Cameroon, Mali, Senegal, Nigeria, Benin and the rest of Africa by modern day feudal … Read the rest
“The [Transaqua] Project is expected to directly bring economic development to 7 African countries and, indirectly, benefits to 5 more countries associated with the Congo and Lake Chad basins……..The consequences of the drying up of Lake Chad and the loss of source of livelihood in the Sahel is affecting human … Read the rest