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When Obama hosts four African heads state

  BY JEAN DECOLI U.S. President Barack Obama on July 29 hosted four French-speaking West African presidents at the White House who, he said, have “shown extraordinary persistence in wanting to promote democracy in......


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Cameroon's Samuel Eto'o, the best African soccer player of all time

How African soccer players dazzle Europe

BY EBOW GODWIN AND JAMES ASUKA  The amazing prolific exploits of superstar Samuel Eto’o at Inter Milan and Barcelona succinctly summarize how the creativity, skills and talents of African soccer mega-stars have helped to lift their...

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Cuisine: Palaver Sauce

Palaver sauce A dish from Ghana by Ghanaian chef Nana So good when one wife cooks it, it makes the other wives jealous! Ingredients       2 pounds fresh spinach       1 pound fresh tomatoes      ...

Soumanou Salifou
Founder/Publisher
"The African" Magazine

What President Obama will do for Africa

By Soumanou Salifou In light of President George W. Bush’s positive legacy to Africa, which was unexpected of a (white) Republican president with no emotional ties to Africa, we can expect U.S. positive involvement......


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Business lawyer Gustave Gazard
President of the PR firm GGConsulting

Lessons Obama has taught us

By Gustave Gazard When I arrived at my office on November 5 at 8 in the morning (which was late in the night in Atlanta, Georgia), I was greeted with cheers, shouts of victory......


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Soumanou Salifou
Founder and Publisher
"The African" Magazine

African American brothers’ broken promises

By Soumanou Salifou  “Welcome Back to Africa, Marion Barry. Tell other African Americans that their motherland is waiting for them.” Thatwas the inscription on justone of many colorfulbanners welcoming formerWashington, D.C. mayorMarion Barry, Jr. to......


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