What can be learnt from oil driven economic growth and living conditions of people in Angola after almost ten years of ceasefire? The end of the Civil War was supposed to bring with it a “peace dividend” in Angola that would release resources for more productive purposes. Instead, we are witnessing an era of economic growth and the modernization of some of its urban infrastructures, but not development in its people. What is at stake in Angola is also at stake elsewhere in Africa. This book…See More
This is a memoir of my life experiences during the last ten years. It is a story of my journey from Osire refugee camp in Namibia to Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom (UK) as an international student – from a struggling refugee to PhD holder. The readers will be interested by my memoir as it demonstrates the extent to which we…See More
This is a memoir of my life experiences during the last ten years. It is a story of my journey from Osire refugee camp in Namibia to Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom (UK) as an international…
Sure! "Our history has always been the sum total of the choices made and the actions taken by each individual man and woman. It has always been up to us." But what choice poor people, mainly in Africa, had mad? To be poor?
AFTER widespread international condemnations of the June 27, 2008 one-candidate runoff elections in Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe warned his counterpart African leaders saying that whoever feels that his finger is clean, should be the first to condemn him. Subsequently, three days after the elections, Mugabe was welcomed to the 11th African Union Summit as a legitimate leader and he had enjoyed sympathy of the majority of the participants. Instead of joining the international condemnation… Continue
Dear Dr Ngongo,
I am so pleased to meet you!
Thank you very much for your commitment to the holistic improvement of the world and humanity; and owing to our mutual interest, thank you for your friendship.
I look forward to learning more about your work and activities, and know that we will all enjoy our exchanges on this wonderful network.
Wishing you a great weekend,
HI Dr.Francisco, thank you for inviting me to be your friend on the peace and collaboative development network.i look forward to learning so much from you, epecially as concerns building a peacefull community.peace to you Doctor.
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