Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Corridor project

Source: The New Africa Channel

Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Corridor project

Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Project – Investment in africa by country is at all time high. Ethiopia, Kenya, and South Sudan have recently reaffirmed their adherence to moving forward Read the rest

INFRASTRUCTURE : AFRICA`S PRIMARY NEED :Case Study of Eastern Congo

INFRASTRUCTURE : AFRICA`S PRIMARY NEED

Case Study of Eastern Congo

interview with Dr David Muhindo Biryage

The Democratic Republic of Congo is roughly 2.5 million km2. That is slightly greater than the combined land surfaces of Spain,Germany, France, Sweden and Norway. The DR Congo is Africa`s second largest country. … Read the rest

Small nuclear offers a realistic African energy solution

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Op-ed: Small nuclear offers a realistic African energy solution

By Dr Kelvin Kemm, a nuclear physicist and Convenor of the Stratek Nuclear Consortium

Worldwide we have witnessed intense energy discussion over the last couple of years. This has been compounded by a number of significant energy Read the rest

Understanding the Energy Flux-Density Requirements for African Development

Understanding the Energy Flux-Density Requirements for African Development

by Benjamin Deniston, LaRouchePAC Science, ben@lpac-organizers.com

2 July 2021

Koeberg Nuclear Power Plant, Cape Town, South Africa

When discussing what’s needed for the development of Africa, there’s no getting around one simple physical economic principle: a vast increase in both primary energy … Read the rest

Ethiopia Election: A Vote for Peace, Unity, and Prosperity

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Ethiopia Election: A Vote for Peace, Unity, and Prosperity

Below is a 30 minute interview with on the Ethiopian national elections conducted on June 21, 2021. It was conducted in the studio of Prime Media on the June 23rd, in Addis Ababa.

The … Read the rest

Larry Freeman: Stories from Africa – East to West

Lawrence Freeman, political – economic analyst for Africa, in conversation with The New African Paradigm

Source: The New African Paradigm

Larry Freeman: Stories from Africa – East to West

29 June 2021

LAWRENCE FREEMAN, POLITICAL-ECONOMIC ANALYST FOR AFRICA…
is an outspoken opponent of the current policies of neo-colonialism. He is … Read the rest

The Silent Revolution in African Rail

“The real friends of Africa now are those trying to bridge the infrastructure deficit…..China has done it. It has pumped billions of dollars into the Belt and Road Initiative. Now, whatever critisism they have on that initiative, it has helped Africa. It has opened up Africa and it has challenged Read the rest

Sanctions Are Barbaric and Immoral, and Must Be Ended — Col Richard Black (Ret)

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Sanctions Are Barbaric and Immoral, and Must Be Ended — Col Richard Black (Ret)

28 april 2021

“Col. Richard Black, former Chief of the Army Criminal Law Division at the Pentagon, and a member of the Virginia House of Delegates and later the Virginia Senate, spoke with … Read the rest