Ivorian Leader Laurent Gbagbo Re-ignites Nkrumah’s Vision

Peoples Dispatch Laurent Gbagbo announced the launch of his new political party, the African Peoples Party, on Sunday October 17 in Abidjan, the capital city of Côte d’Ivoire. On a recent trip to Côte d’Ivoire, Kwesi Pratt, Jnr attended the launch of former president Laurent Gbagbo’s new political party and reflected on his vision for…

20 Years After Durban: Africans and Afro-Descendants Colonized or Emancipated?

Mireille Fanon Mendes France The 20th anniversary of the World Conference Against Racism (WCAR) is an opportunity to analyze the state of African descended people. Reparations for centuries of crimes against humanity must still be paid. At the end of the Durban -2001- conference, the international community, many NGOs, social movements and members of what…

African Financial Independence is a Threat to Imperialism

Otobong Inieke The Plan for Financial Sovereignty African leaders had come to recognize the various factors that hinder the continent’s development and seriously jeopardize the future of its peoples. The Abuja Treaty was put in place to increase economic self-reliance, promote self-sustained development, and raise the living standard of African peoples. The treaty signifies years…

Let Us Never Forget Why Muammar Gaddafi was Assassinated

Editorial Comment: The following article was first published on March 22,2019. A.V. Peter Koenig and Russia-TV24 Gaddafi was certainly not killed for humanitarian reasons. He wanted to empower Africa. He had a plan to create a new African Union, based on a new African economic system. He wanted to introduce the Gold Dinar to back…

Global Africa’s Mission: Out-Think and Out-Maneuver Stupid, Violent Imperialists

Mark P. Fancher AFRICOM is designed to do only one thing well, and that is to kill Africans. “Global Africa must find a way to eliminate the AFRICOM threat.” Earlier this month U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) grudgingly acknowledged that two civilians were injured in a U.S. airstrike in Somalia.  According to Amnesty International, civilian deaths and…

African Liberation Day: Historical Perspective for Pan Africanism Today

Peoples Dispatch Justice Henaku discusses the political, historical, and cultural importance of African Liberation Day for the people on the African continent, of the African diaspora and across the world. May 25 is being marked across the world African Liberation Day. It marks the foundation of the Organisation of African Unity in 1963 in Addis…

Another African Liberation Day, But Africa Still Not Free

More than a half century after most African states gained nominal independence, the continent is still economically and politically dependent on “external actors,” said Ndubuisi Christian Ani, a scholar at the Institute for Security Studies, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The African Union solicits US and European support for “peace-keeping” and other missions, which amounts to…

African Liberation Day: The Enduring Struggle Against Colonialism and Capitalism

Pan Africanism Today Secretariat All-Africa Peoples Conference Accra, Ghana 1958. May 25 is celebrated as African Liberation Day. It is a commemoration of the struggles for liberation from colonialism, and specifically marks a key date in the struggle for Pan-African unity: the formation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) in 1963. Comprising 21 member…

“Europe Has Developed Thanks to Africa’s Wealth”

Alexandre Anfruns “You must know a great fighter, he is a personality in his country” – the French worker of North African origin who introduced him to me told me. It was rigorously true. For many years Mamadou Mansaré has embodied the voice of the Guinean workers’ movement in the National Confederation of Guinean Workers…