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How Woodrow Wilson Changed International Politics?

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono An Alumni of the Zambia Institute of Diplomacy and International Studies Reuters Trained Journalist World politics in the late 19th Century and the early 20th century was dominated by the Alliance System which until this day is attributed to Otto Von Bismarck as the man to have coined the Alliance System.Continue reading “How Woodrow Wilson Changed International Politics?”

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TREES ARE SACRED: A Case of Nakonde’s Muzombo tree

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono At the height of the creation, God had ensure that the earth’s surface was covered in vegetation. Part of that vegetation were trees. These trees came into being by God’ s sacred command which meant that they were a source of life for the tree itself and the surrounding it isContinue reading “TREES ARE SACRED: A Case of Nakonde’s Muzombo tree”

SNAPSHOT IN HISTORY – THE LESSONS OF THE HUMILIATION AND MURDER OF PATRICE LUMUMBA

By Eugene Makai You have read and heard a lot about the turmoil in Congo 🇨🇩 in the 1960s and the coup against, capture and subsequent murder of its first Prime Minister Patrice Émery Lumumba on 17th January, 1961. The underlying cause of this is hardly emphasized enough. Putting it bluntly it is Western CorporateContinue reading “SNAPSHOT IN HISTORY – THE LESSONS OF THE HUMILIATION AND MURDER OF PATRICE LUMUMBA”

THE RICHEST TRIBE IN AFRICA – ROYAL BAFOKENG NATION 🇿🇦

Royal Bafokeng are an ethnic Tswana Clan recognized by Forbes & Business Insider as the richest ethic group in Africa. Bafokeng (meaning ‘People of the dew’) a Setswana-speaking traditional community ruled by a Monarchy covers 1,000 square kilometers (390 sq mi) in the North West Province of South Africa. The capital is Phokeng, near Rustenburg.Continue reading “THE RICHEST TRIBE IN AFRICA – ROYAL BAFOKENG NATION 🇿🇦”

TECHNOLOGY IS AS OLD AS MAN

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono The Middle Stone Age is a period in Human History which ran from about 50, 000 BC to about 10,000 BC. During this time People lived in both Open grasslands and Forest areas. They also lived in Valleys of Streams, Rivers and Near Lakes like the Early Stone Age people LIVINGContinue reading “TECHNOLOGY IS AS OLD AS MAN”

Electric Mobility: A project with a past and a future

Around 1900, electric motors and internal-combustion engines were still equally popular in automobiles. Particularly in the United States, the smooth electric powertrain was more prevalent in urban traffic, while the internal-combustion engine was the preferred choice in rural areas thanks to its greater range. An electrically powered vehicle was also the first to break theContinue reading “Electric Mobility: A project with a past and a future”

Welcome to Oromia

A land with diverse opportunities. The majestic natural beauties and wonders of the land, the range of fauna and flora, the wild animals, the multifarious cultural colors and the history of the Oromo people, their wisdom, tolerance and hospitality that made the Oromia breathtakingly beautiful. Moreover, one of the world’s biggest and marvelous caves SofContinue reading “Welcome to Oromia”

French African Atrocities

Don’t forget the Atrocities committed by France in Africa during decades ago. France gathered 400 Muslim scholars, and cut their heads off with machetes; During its occupation of Chad in 1917. When France entered the Algerian city of Laghouat in 1852 A.D., it exterminated two thirds of its population… by burning it with fire, andContinue reading “French African Atrocities”

IN MEMORY OF MARTA PAYNTER

By Geoff Paynter Yesterday was the 14th anniversary of my mother, Marta’s, passing. Having escaped Nazi repression, she went on to become a journalist, writing in English, a language she taught herself when she met my father. She was adventurous and fearless attending strikes, political rallies, riots and scenes of devastation and even joining mercenariesContinue reading “IN MEMORY OF MARTA PAYNTER”

ALICE LENSHINA AND THE LUMPA CHURCH

Alice Leshina (c. 1919–1978), was the founder of the African prophetic movement referred to as the Lumpa church. A barely literate peasant woman, Alice Lenshina Mulenga, from Kasomo village, Chinsali district, in the northern province of Northern Rhodesia, started the movement among the Bemba, a matrilineal Bantu-speaking people of Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia). In 1953,Continue reading “ALICE LENSHINA AND THE LUMPA CHURCH”