Category Archives: Africa

Wisdom from Archbishop Desmond Tutu

  But in this family, there are no outsiders. All, all are insiders. Jesus said, “I, if I be lifted up, will draw, not some, but all, all to me.” Black and white, rich and poor, gay and straight, Jew … Continue reading

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu: the essence of what it means to be human

    Keymanthri Moodley, Director, The Centre for Medical Ethics & Law, Stellenbosch University – Archbishop Tutu’s fight for peace was relentless, earning him the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 – a full decade before the new dispensation of … Continue reading

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Africa is the perfect ground for cryptocurrency use

Richard Ells in CoinGeek – When asked about how cryptocurrency can impact Africa, Electroneum founder and CEO Richard Ells said the continent is “the perfect ground for the use of cryptocurrency.” Continue…

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How a lack of democracy fuels violent extremism in Africa

William Gumede of Mail & Guardian – Political scientist Arend Lijphart argues that majority rule in deeply divided societies runs the risk of “majority dictatorship and civil strife.” “What such societies need is a democratic regime that emphasises consensus instead … Continue reading

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