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We Are the Heirs of the World’s Technological Advancements

During the mid-19th century, Europeans referred to Africa as the “dark continent”, as little was known of what laid in the interior of this wonderful and at times perplexing continent. 896 mots de plus

Solar Energy

August the 4th 1984, the revolution was born in Burkina Faso

His voice and and his face will certainly remain immortal for many people. Crossing the time, his voice is still whispering in ears like if it was yesterday. 153 mots de plus


Rising above Foreign Aid (2016)

Copy of #TheSafeSpace column published in the Times of Swaziland on the 13th of July 2016:

This week, Africa’s Heads of State and Governments converge in the city of Kigali for the 27th African Union (AU) Summit.  491 mots de plus

So what do they really mean when they label you a 'radical'?

What do they really mean when they call you a ‘radical’?

Before I go any further, I am going to quickly disclaim that these musings are, in no way, academic or scientific. 1 016 mots de plus


Thomas Sankara

« The revolution and women’s liberation go together. We do not talk of women’s emancipation as an act of charity or out of a surge of human compassion. 24 mots de plus


Demagogue of Evil

Its quite interesting the cultural bias and the chauvinistic way our so called law makers shot down the Gender Equality bill introduced on the floor of the house. 695 mots de plus


You Are Right, Sankara!

Thomas Sankara was right, « he who feeds you, controls you. » He said regarding foreign aid but his words are true for individuals too. A person who is earning enough to live and not responsible to anybody for spending money, can be considered financially independent. 109 mots de plus