AfrikaYetu

An upcoming public and policy engagement non-profit consultancy focusing on Social, Political and Ecological Justice issues in Afrika. We work and stand in solidarity with communities in mineral rich areas in Afrika and other global south environments.

Which path to Liberation?

“You cannot say that one particular strategy [nonviolent or armed struggle] is better than the other, it depends on the conditions and the circumstances. Of course in all circumstances, one … Continue reading

May 26, 2015

Uneven Development: Old Wine in New Wineskin

Inequality between and within countries is the outcome of capitalist development, and not a natural outcome of social processes, as seen in Tanzania and Zambia. New models of development are … Continue reading

May 26, 2015

Self-Determination: A ‘Postcolonial’ Paradox

“The Colonisers stand on guard for their ill-gotten privileges using highly advanced techniques, mainly co-optation, division, and when required, physical repression.” Taiaiake Alfred 2005 The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) … Continue reading

May 26, 2015

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