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Senate bill quietly curtails African immigration

Each year, 50,000 people are selected at random to immigrate to the United States. They don’t need specialized job skills or even a relative in the country. What they need most is a little luck, some basic educational or work training qualifications, and to be from a country with few recent immigrants living in the United States. ...

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Will ANC leaders keep Mandela’s promise or drift? 

Amid the torrent of nostalgic news features about South Africa’s first Black president, now ailing in the Mediclinic Heart Hospital in Pretoria, it has become impossible not to hear the anxieties of ordinary South Africans who fear the country’s new leaders will abandon the Mandela promise for economic prosperity derived from a racially equal society. ...

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The tragedy of impulsive armed combat, exploitation and death in Congo

Since 1885, Africa has been intimately acquainted with Europe’s divide and rule strategy for controlling the continent. It was during that year that Europe sought to end its intra-continental scramble for control of Africa by convening a conference in Berlin, Germany, where each European country was assigned regions to colonize. ...

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