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Was there any such thing as African nationalism before 1960?

African nationalism is a topic that stirs up much emotion in people because of what it has come to represent; the idea of Africans united under the same banner of opposition towards colonial rule. However, the term ‘nationalism’ is one that many use but few can aptly define which has become problematic in terms of […]

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Professor Melinda Snow

So Long a Letter, by Mariama Ba, and Song of Lawino, by Okot p’Bitek, tell the stories of women who were affected by polygamy and how they accept or reject the idea of group marriage. The Senegalese and Acoli women are aware of their own cultural backgrounds as well as the European influence on their […]

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Explain the benefits of diversity to society

There are two main reasons to respect the diversity of others these are: 1.It is unjust and unfair and can be illegal to treat people of minority groups differently or in a discriminatory way. 2.It is important to realise that there are positive benefits to society when diversity is respected. Valuing diversity can open our […]

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African Bicycle Culture: Boda Boda

The business environment is a combination of internal and external factors that influence a company’s operating situation. The business environment can include factors such as: clients and suppliers; its competition and owners; improvements in technology; laws and government activities; and market, social and economic trends. The boda-boda taxis are part of the African bicycle culture; […]

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The Positive Effects of the Green Revolution

Q: The Green Revolution was to reduce the hunger problem in the world, but did it? On the whole, I feel that the Green Revolution helped to solve the problem of poverty to a certain extent. While it greatly reduced poverty in some countries, other countries were not as fortunate and did not enjoy the […]

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What is Required for Development: How Can Africa Achieve It

Economic superiority has not been historically achieved simply because the people of a nation want it. When applying various rules of trade and economic theory to a nation that is undeveloped, the assumption is not that a specific strategy will work, but rather that a given strategy should, to the best of our knowledge, work. […]

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