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Swallehe Msuya was a senior staff writer at Mshale with extensive media experience in his native Tanzania. He was a general assignments writer. Investigative stories that Mshale undertook were normally his responsibility. Swallehe passed away in Sept. 2009 at the age of 61. Mshale will forever miss his tenacity and wisdom.

Are African Leaders Anti-Unity?

The dream of Africa’s 53 sovereign states to form a United States of Africa as conceived by Dr. Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana more than fifty years ago has received less…

How African is Obama?

How African is Obama?

In his 457 page autobiographical book “Dreams from My Father”, Barack Obama exposes a great mind destined to greatness.

As Shakespeare once wrote in his philosophical discourse – “some (men)…

Clan Conflicts Continue to Disrupt

Clan Conflicts Continue to Disrupt

People outside the Horn of Africa see Somalia as one country united by one language, one religion and perhaps one culture. To the contrary, clan friction and rivalry have made…

The Democratic Republic of Congo Needs Peace

Since the assassination of the first democratically-elected President of the DRC the beloved Patrice Lumumba, then the era of brutality of General Mobutu Sese Seko, followed by the assassination of Kabila Senior, the…

Mugabe, Zimbabwe First

Mugabe, Zimbabwe First

In a democratic set-up, governments are “instituted among people to derive their just powers from the consent of the governed.”

African Immigrants Unite for Wellnes

African Immigrants Unite for Wellnes

Minneapolis, MN—African immigrants in Minnesota have been urged to come together to address their common issues related to their wellness.

Adios Thabo Mbeki

A highly respected son of Africa, Thabo Mbeki, who nine years ago stepped into the giant boots of Africa’s most admired hero - Nelson Mandela - as democratic South Africa’s…

Second Annual Afrifest: Enlightenment, Diversity and Unity

Second Annual Afrifest: Enlightenment, Diversity and Unity

Minneapolis, MN– Afrifest, the summer’s second Pan African festival in the twin cities, continued its second annual festival celebrating African arts and culture.

An Open Letter to Mugabe, Museveni and Gaddaffi

Allow me to use my column as a committed son of the soil who sees Africa’s future success emerging only from the formation of continental unity and economic integration; to…

Athlete Defections Will Hurt Africa Summer Olympics

Africa – a continent with a population now approaching a billion people, must organize and work extra hard towards bringing home as many medals as possible from the 2008 Olympic…

Global Warming: Africa Will Suffer the Worst if we Don’t Act

Global warming is a reality and not a myth. That is why I strongly advocate for Africa’s active participation in joining the global coalitions addressing this important issue as it is our planet…

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