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east africa / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Friday May 04, 2012 - 17:24 by Weijagye Justus   image 1 image
The recent meeting of fellow workers in Uganda to form a Regional Organizational Committee (ROC) was a landmark in the history of the IWW, and the springboard for similar emerging ROCs on the African continent. We put in unending zeal and effort to work not only as a union, but also toward our main goal of abolishing the wage system. ... read full story / add a comment
east africa / community struggles / non-anarchist press Saturday February 26, 2011 - 15:02 by Ssebo
As the world watches events unfold in Egypt, the fates of other autocratic leaders in sub-Saharan Africa seem to have been relegated to fourth page news. However, it is worth considering the similarities and differences, particularly for Uganda where the incumbent President of 25 years will face re-election on Friday 18th February. ... read full story / add a comment
east africa / miscellaneous / non-anarchist press Saturday February 12, 2011 - 03:37 by Ssebo
The momentum for change in North Africa must extend to sub-Saharan Africa.

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east africa / economy / non-anarchist press Tuesday September 28, 2010 - 09:17 by Richard Rooney
Just how bad is the state of Swaziland’s economy? It’s a ‘catastrophe’ if you believe Roman Grynberg, senior research fellow at the non-governmental Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis, who said this week that changes made in the past to the way Southern Africa Customs Union (SACU) revenues were distributed, added to further changes being discussed for the future, would have ‘absolutely catastrophic’ consequences for countries such as Swaziland and would be ‘serious for political stability in the whole Southern African region’. ... read full story / add a comment
África del este / imperialismo / guerra / non-anarchist press Tuesday May 18, 2010 - 23:22 by Mohammed Hassan
El Cuerno de África es una de las regiones más desgarradas del continente: guerras incesantes, hambre, pobreza… Imágenes que conoce todo el mundo. Pero pocas personas saben que Eritrea considera que es posible salir de este círculo infernal, resolver los conflictos por medio del diálogo y alcanzar un nivel de desarrollo importante. Sería algo de lo que alegrarse, sin embargo, a ojos de la comunidad internacional Eritrea es un Estado paria, al que el Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU ha sentado en el banquillo de los acusados. ¿Cómo amenaza a las potencias occidentales este país, del que nadie habla?

En este nuevo capítulo de nuestra serie “Comprender el mundo musulmán” Mohamed Hassan desvela todo lo que no deberíamos saber sobre Eritrea.
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afrique de l'est / impérialisme / guerre / presse non anarchiste Tuesday February 16, 2010 - 22:33 by Mohamed Hassan
Le Conseil de Sécurité des Nations Unies a voté des sanctions contre l’Erythrée. Cette décision repose sur une campagne mensongère qui accuse le pays de soutenir militairement les rebelles somaliens. Les sanctions visent en réalité à renforcer les intérêts stratégiques de quelques superpuissances dans la Corne de l’Afrique. Alors que l’Erythrée paie injustement le prix de son indépendance, des manifestations de soutien sont prévues dans le monde.
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África del este / imperialismo / guerra / non-anarchist press Tuesday February 16, 2010 - 22:27 by Mohamed Hassan
El Consejo de Seguridad de Naciones Unidas ha votado a favor de imponer sanciones a Eritrea. Esta decisión descansa en una campaña de mentiras que acusa al país de apoyar militarmente a los rebeldes somalíes. En realidad, el objetivo de las sanciones es reforzar los intereses estratégicos de algunas superpotencias en el Cuerno de África. Mientras que Eritrea paga injustamente el precio de su independencia en el mundo se prevén manifestaciones de apoyo.
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África del este / imperialismo / guerra / non-anarchist press Wednesday December 23, 2009 - 03:20 by Mohamed Hassan   image 1 image
Somalia tenía todo para tener éxito: una ventajosa situación geográfica, petróleo, minerales y algo más bien raro en África, una sola religión y una sola lengua para todo su territorio. Somalia hubiera podido ser una gran potencia de la región… ¿Cómo se ha hundido este país? ¿Por que desde hace casi veinte años no hay un gobierno somalí? ¿Qué escándalos se ocultan detrás de estos piratas que secuestran nuestros barcos?

En este nuevo capítulo de nuestra serie «Comprender el mundo musulmán», Mohamed Hassan* nos explica por qué y cómo las potencias imperialistas ha aplicado en Somalia una teoría del caos.
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east africa / gender / non-anarchist press Wednesday December 02, 2009 - 18:23 by Dan Moshenberg
An Anti-homosexuality Bill has been tabled before the Parliament of Uganda. Many have risen to denounce and oppose it, both within the country and from across the globe. Many others have risen to support it. Some in the Church have argued in favor of the capital punishment in the Bill, others have argued for life imprisonment. The ones arguing for life imprisonment are actually considered to be in opposition to the Bill. After all, in Uganda “homosexuality is already an offence under the Penal Code of Uganda as is same-sex marriage, which is prohibited by the Constitution.” ... read full story / add a comment
africa orientale / imperialismo / guerra / stampa non anarchica Wednesday April 29, 2009 - 18:00 by Marina D’Ecclesiis
“Tornare sulla guerra d’Etiopia oggi, vuol dire confrontarsi col nostro abisso attuale: con il mito degli “italiani brava gente”; sempre utile in tempi di politica estera aggressiva, con quei pregiudizi verso l’altro che sono anche il portato di un passato colonialista mai criticato”. Questo il tema della conferenza-dibattito, “Etiopia 1935/1941: viaggio nel cuore di tenebra italiano”, che si è tenuto ieri presso la facoltà di Fisica dell’Università La Sapienza di Roma. ... read full story / add a comment
east africa / miscellaneous / non-anarchist press Tuesday April 21, 2009 - 21:18 by Johann Hari
Who imagined that in 2009, the world's governments would be declaring a new War on Pirates? As you read this, the British Royal Navy -- backed by the ships of more than two dozen nations, from the US to China -- is sailing into Somalian waters to take on men we still picture as parrot-on-the-shoulder pantomime villains. They will soon be fighting Somalian ships and even chasing the pirates onto land, into one of the most broken countries on earth. But behind the arrr-me-hearties oddness of this tale, there is an untold scandal. The people our governments are labeling as "one of the great menaces of our times" have an extraordinary story to tell -- and some justice on their side. ... read full story / add a comment
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