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On the sweetness of a fake book

On the sweetness of a fake book

Credit: Pambazuka News By Karim F Hirji, Tanzania* Retired Professor Hirji, a book addict, has bought copies with frayed, half-torn or missing pages. He (...)

| 3 months ago | 984 views

Can we do more to better Zambia?

Can we do more to better Zambia?

Credit: Pambazuka News By Charles Mwewa, Toronto, Canada.* In a few months, Zambia will turn 50. A sober assessment of how the country has fared since (...)

| July 2014 | 1575 views

Mandela and the African liberation struggle

Mandela and the African liberation struggle

By Professor Horace Campbell, USA.* Those who branded Mandela as a terrorist are now seeking to program the minds of the youth to see him as some sort of (...)

| January 2014 | 2274 views

Economic Growth and Development

Economic Growth and Development

By Titus Boye-Thompson, Strategic Media & Development Communications Unit. Governments of developing countries are often faced with challenges of (...)

| August 2013 | 3117 views

Does Hillary Clinton Support Abortion?

Does Hillary Clinton Support Abortion?

By Clement Ferrer, Spain. United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced that the United States would engage in a massive funding over the (...)

| July 2013 | 1037 views

The New Innocents

The New Innocents

By Isabel Costa. About two thousand years ago, the Roman emperor Marc Anthony gave the title of king to a foreigner called Herod the Great (photo) who (...)

| July 2013 | 871 views

The Neo-Epicureans

The Neo-Epicureans

By Robert Grao Epicureanism is a system of philosophy taught by Epicurus of Samos, a Greek philosopher who lived from 341 till 270 B.C. Epicurus (...)

| June 2013 | 1346 views

Others and I

Others and I

By Agustín Pérez Human relationships are always complex, hence the interest in cultivating a sixth sense to tune in to people around us, to get to know (...)

| June 2013 | 804 views