0 May 2013 - New African Magazine

May 2013

We spoke to a section of New African readers across the globe and here is a snippet about the type of future they want to …

We need to listen to the people

The bedrock of the success we look for in Africa, she cut an inspiring figure as she spoke, in her language, to an audience that …

Why our future should be made in Africa

From my motherland, Ghana to the rolling plains of the Serengeti, from the Cape of Good Hope to Tunis, the birthplace of Hannibal besieging the …

Delivering on Africa’s Promise

rd edition of the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa begins this month in Cape Town, South Africa. As previously, a heavyweight delegation comprising heads …

OAU and human rights

Taking its principle of “non-interference in internal affairs” very seriously, the OAU at first did not concern itself with human rights and abuses of power …

Rekindling Pan-Africanism

The economic and political calculus in Africa has changed, and as such there is a resurgence of Pan-Africanism – a liberation consciousness that hinges on …

OAU – A year of sombre realism

The year 1985 was one of sombre realism for the OAU at its 20th summit. Delegates arrived at an airport full of relief planes bearing …