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Xenophobia

27 Sep
Amidst the conflating volatilities of regional wars, domestic and international terrorism, economic dislocation and political upheavals in swathes of the developing world, the vicissitudes of climate change and its adverse impacts, many could be forgiven for presuming that racism is a conquered battle around the world.
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The need for Africa’s unity and its operationalisation has never been in short supply. What is missing is the political will and unanimity of purpose required to drive it.
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Sixty years after the idea of a united Africa defined by free trade, cultural exchange, peace, and security was born with the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), a baton that was passed to the African Union (AU) in 2002...
11 Jun 2023
Sixty years after the idea of a united Africa defined by free trade, cultural exchange, peace, and security was born with the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), a baton that was passed to the African Union (AU) in 2002, a newly released report has stated that the dream of a united Africa, though alive, is restrained by the challenge of xenophobia and lack of free movement.

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