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Why Africa will keep on lagging behind in bridging inequalities

“IF you wish to move mountains tomorrow, you must start by lifting stones today”—so goes an African proverb, crystallising the solutions to the continent’s socio-economic inequalities. Africa is second only to Latin America in economic inequalities. Dollar millionaires in Africa doubled to 160,000 between 2000 and 2015, while people living on less than $1.25 a day—the poverty threshold—increased from 358 million to 415 million between 1996 and 2011, according to the Brookings Institution,

By Makwaia 0
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When grandchildren of Nelson Mandela alert the King of Morocco on Western Sahara

IN the intervening period, we have been mourning the passing away of the mother of the South African nation, Winnie Mandela. But not many people know about the family of Nelson Mandela and his wife, Winnie, left behind. More importantly, the mould of those children and grandchildren in terms of political outlook is not much in the limelight. I, for one, had a pleasant surprise the other day when I came across an item online that was actually a formal letter to the King of Morocco.

By Makwaiya 0
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Recurring two-horse league race not good

ONCE again, the country’s oldest clubs Simba and Young Africans are engaged in a cut throat race for the Mainland Premier League title, as it has always been the case in the past years. As the 2017-18 league season slowly comes to an end, a lot is being said by football fans in the country mainly on the general assessment of the unfolding league, as the top three teams namely Simba, Young Africans and Azam FC are going toe to toe.

By BENJAMIN BEN 0