Category Archives: Current African News

Abahlali to march to the Premier of KwaZulu-Natal to demand an end to state corruption, forced evictions and violence

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Abahlali to march to the Premier of KwaZulu-Natal to demand an end to state corruption, forced evictions and violence

Friday, 16 October 2020
Abahlali press statement

Abahlali to march to the Premier of KwaZulu-Natal to demand an end to state corruption, forced evictions and violence

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China-Africa cooperation continues to flourish as FOCAC marks 20th anniversary

an important review of the incredible changes that are taking place in African countries that are working in partnership with the Belt and Road Initiative

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Xinhua Headlines: China-Africa cooperation continues to flourish as FOCAC marks 20th anniversary

Source: Xinhua| 2020-10-13 21:10:54|Editor: huaxia
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Will IMF Austerity Policies Lead to More Deaths in Africa? The Answer is Obvious

The COVID-19 pandemic has driven more Africans into poverty, and hunger is increasing across the continent. It is criminal and immoral for the IMF to to insist that nations implement austerity, when hundreds of millions are already suffering from lack of income, lack of food, and lack of healthcare. In Read the rest

Green Power, Political Pessimism and Opposition to the Development of the African Interior with Transaqua

Green Power, Political Pessimism and Opposition to the Development of the African Interior with Transaqua

by PD Lawton ,         18 October 2020

We live in strange times where supposedly eminent scientists tell us that carbon dioxide is a pollutant and its increase is linked to higher temperatures and that therefore Read the rest

Call for International Mobilisation of Food Resources To Fight Starvation in Africa

LAROUCHE SOUTH AFRICA

www.larouchesouthafrica.com

A Matter of Life or Death

Call for International Mobilisation of Food Resources

To Fight Starvation in Africa

by Ramasimong Phillip Tsokolibane

My name is Ramasimong Phillip Tsokolibane. I am the leader of the LaRouche movement in South Africa. But I make this urgent appeal not … Read the rest

South African Activist Exhorts for Mobilization of Food Resources Worldwide To Fight Starvation in Africa

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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

World Food Program’s Beasley Dubs Nobel Prize ‘A Call To Action’; Agency Needs $5 Billion To Stop Famine

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World Food Program’s Beasley Dubs Nobel Prize ‘A Call To Action’; Agency Needs $5 Billion To Stop Famine

Oct. 13 (EIRNS)—On Oct. 9, the evening of the announcement that the World Food Program received the Nobel Peace Prize, its Executive Director David Beasley, … Read the rest

As Famine Conditions Spread, American Farmers Must Be Unleashed

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https://larouchepac.com/20201014/famine-conditions-spread-american-farmers-must-be-unleashed

As Famine Conditions Spread, American Farmers Must Be Unleashed

With 70 million people facing starvation, an appeal for action has come from David Beasley, Director of the World Food Program—which won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize—and from the leader of the LaRouche movement in South … Read the rest

Are the British Fueling Violence in Ivory Coast Presidential Election?

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Are the British Fueling Violence in Ivory Coast Presidential Election?

(image: courtesy of counrywatch.com)

October 10, 2020
The provocative title of the article, The Vengeance of old men- A dangerous election looms in Ivory Coast, published in the London Economist should not be … Read the rest

Trump Administration Intervention Against Ethiopia Undermines Africa’s Progress

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Trump Administration Intervention Against Ethiopia Undermines Africa’s Progress

October9, 2020

While I have rarely, if ever agreed with any position of the {London School of Economics}, or for that matter, the {Washington Post}, and don’t’ support all the content that is contained Read the rest