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Ahead of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, President Hichilema discusses Zambia-U.S. relations, security concerns in sub-Saharan Africa, and Zambia’s role in the region.
Ralph Bunche Senior Fellow for Africa Policy Studies, Council on Foreign Relations; Former U.S. Ambassador to Botswana (2011–2014)
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According to Chris Hani, Umkhonto Wesizwe Chief of Staff, apartheid is still in place & South Africa is still ruled by a white minority. The late MK Chief of Staff, was on a ten-day tour to the US, to visit members of Congress, State Department officials & anti-apartheid activists. Hani made a brief stop at the National Press Club on 24 April 1991 to present his & the organizations views around the so-called negotiations that were taking place between the apartheid government and liberation movements that included the PAC, ANC and others. He also explains the various challenges that they've been experiencing with the Pretoria regime headed by then apartheid President FW De Klerk & answers various questions posed by journalists in attendance.
00:00 - Intro (Jack Reynolds - National Press Club)
01:55 - Chris Hani (MK Chief of Staff)
11:52 - Question & Answers
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Dr. Maiden here with another "Top 10" series! This time, check out my top 10 books in African Politics. I've listed the books below.
1. Inside African Politics, 2nd edition (Dunn & Englebert, 2019)
2. The Wretched of the Earth (Fanon, 1963)
3. Citizen and Subject (Mamdani, 1996)
4. Markes and States in Tropical Africa (Bates, 1981)
5. Institutions and Ethnic Politics in Africa (Posner, 2005)
6. The Paradox of Chiefs in Democratic Africa (Baldwin, 2016)
7. Dead Aid (Moyo, 2009)
8. Stuck (Sommers, 2012)
9. Mighty Be Our Powers (Gbowee, with Carol Mithers, 2011)
10. The Trouble with the Congo (Autesserre, 2010)
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322 Views · 2 months ago
DW’s 77 Percent aims to provide a forum for discussion and debate and to be the place where young people can speak their minds. In our weekly youth magazine’s Pinwheel segment, our correspondents on the ground leave no stone unturned to find out what young people think about the hot issues of the moment. We asked Privilege Mushvanhiri, DW correspondent in Harare, Flourish Chukwurah in Lagos and Julius Mugambwa in Kampala for their thoughts on young people and politics in Africa. Do they feel they are part of the political process or do they feel ignored? We'd also like to know what you think about this.
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Sixty three years ago, 20 000 women of different races marched to the citadel of power in Pretoria against the oppressive system of pass laws.
These courageous women paved a way towards a new South African democracy.
Twenty five years into freedom, we look at the role of women in politics.
SABC reporter, Natasha Phiri filed this report…
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An extract from the Q&A segment of F.W. De Klerk's talk at the Oxford Union titled 'The new South Africa after twenty years'
President of South Africa who, together with Nelson Mandela, helped to end apartheid. Nobel Peace Prize winner.
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ABOUT F.W. DE KLERK: Frederik Willem de Klerk (born 18 March 1936), was the seventh and last State President of apartheid-era South Africa, serving from September 1989 to May 1994. De Klerk was also leader of the National Party (which later became the New National Party) from February 1989 to September 1997.
De Klerk brokered the end of apartheid, South Africa's racial segregation policy, and supported the transformation of South Africa into a multi-racial democracy by entering into the negotiations that resulted in all citizens, including the country's black majority, having equal voting and other rights. He won the Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize in 1991, the Prince of Asturias Award in 1992 and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 along with Nelson Mandela for his role in the ending of apartheid.
He was one of the deputy presidents of South Africa during the presidency of Nelson Mandela until 1996, the last white person to hold the position to date. In 1997 he retired from active politics. As of 2011 he remains active as a lecturer internationally.
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433 Views · 2 months ago
South Africa's parliament has postponed its annual State of the Nation address, as pressure mounts on President Jacob Zuma to step down. The president doesn't have to listen to his party, but he has said in the past that if the ANC tells him it's time leave, he'll comply. Ben Said reports
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You have seen African summits in Paris, Brussels, Beijing and Ankara. For only the second time ever, after 2014, Washington is hosting an Africa leaders summit. With superpower rivalries heating up, no long lectures planned on human rights and corruption. Instead, the Biden administration bowing to the African Union’s own blueprint for sustainable growth. Is it the same script as former colonial powers France and Britain?
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China is having an increasingly problematic influence in Africa’s politics, labor practices, and infrastructure. If you don’t know, now you know. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #China #Africa
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For the first time since democratic elections in 1994, South Africa could have its first female president. Three prominent women from the governing African National Congress are in the race for the highest office. The ruling party's elections are set to take place in December. CGTN's Yolisa Njamela takes a closer look at the three women in the running.
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Why should young people in South Africa take any particular interest in voting in the May 8, 2019, poll? Some say young people's cynicism - if not realism - about the shortcomings and failures of politics and the political system stands between them registering to vote, in large numbers, and eventually casting a vote. We're in the studio with Political Analyst Khaya Sithole and Mabine Seale of the official opposition Democratic Alliance in South Africa.
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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to testify after being accused of bribing robbers. A case was filed against the President on June 1st.
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The DA has had to suspend a Western Cape MEC following allegations of misconduct. Meanwhile, the ANC has had to re-affirm its support for the Judiciary and Constitution. Political analyst Prince Mashele speaks to #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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(13 Dec 2022) President Joe Biden hosts dozens of African leaders in a 3 day summit this week in Washington, as he looks to narrow a gaping trust gap with Africa — one that has grown wider over years of frustration about America's commitment to the continent. (Dec. 13)
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In his latest opinion piece in the Sunday Times, journalist, author and commentator - Eusebius McKaiser argues that South Africans will truly only have themselves to blame if the political landscape does not change in 2024. This amid what he calls the fundamental reality that the country in the worst economic, and democratic, shape it has been in since 1994. He attributes the status quo partly to voters continuing to fall for the ruling ANC's new rhetorical trickery. Well, to help us unpack some of his views on these and other developments in the country, we are now joined by political commentator, Eusebius McKaiser
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