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FREE ZIMBABWE-YOUTH CRY OUT
30.03.2007

GHANA'S PRESIDENT J. A. Kufour whilst giving a lecture in London recently as part of his state visit was on four occasions interrupted by members of a Zimbabwean youth group protesting against the government of President Robert Mugabe. One after the other they rose from the audience with loud voices deploring what they described as the AU's indifference to what the people of Zimbabwe especially the opposition are going through. Hundreds of eminent citizens of the UK forming the Chatham House had sat attentively to listen to the AU Chairman on issues about Ghana - the past, now and the future.   more...

OTHER STORIES

THE AFRICAN HOLOCAUST
Slavery was a "shameful enterprise" -Tony Blair
whilst London mayor is sorry for slavery
Tony Blair meets African Union Chairman
Community News - And the Archbishop of Canterbury spoke
Community News - Twins: One White, One Black
Protester disrupts service to mark abolition of slavery
And the Queen rode with President Kufour

IN THIS ISSUE


To commemorate the bi centenary of the act of the abolition of slavery, we bring you excerpts from the diary of Harriet Jacobs, who was born into slavery in North Carolina, USA.

AJUMAKO-BISEASE WRITES TO BOB GELDORF
by Isaac Amo-Kyereme

Should Tony Blair apologise for  the Slave Trade?
Interviewed by Darko Antwi

The Love Thing

The secrets of a successful business

Blue watch

ENTERTAINMENT, FASHION, MUSIC, FILM, DRAMA NEWS

Gambia's Independence dance in London

Senegal's top singerdebuts in Amazing Grace movie

 

 

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