Monthly Archives: January 2010
President Zuma’s South African Dance Moves and Flexs
African Kings of the Maya – by – Dr Clyde Winters
The Mayan/Africans – Marc Washington’s Perspective
The Black Egyptians: The Descendants of Kemit by Dr Muhammed Arabi
Why does the U.S. owe Haiti Billions?
Senegal Invites Earthquake Hit Haitians To Come Back Home To Africa
Scott Ritter is an Internet Peadophile!
Pablo Picasso on African Art
Pablo Picasso once stated: “I have felt my strongest artistic emotions, when suddenly confronted with the sublime beauty of sculptures executed by the anonymous artists of Africa. These works of a religious passionate, and rigorously logical art are the most powerful and most beautiful things the human imagination has ever produced. I hasten to add that, nevertheless, I detest exoticism” –
Is Umaru Yar’Adua the President of Nigeria Dead or Alive?
President Umaru Yar’Adua has not been seen or heard from since he flew to Saudi Arabia for treatment for a heart complaint seven weeks ago. His long absence has pushed Africa’s second-largest oil exporter to the brink of its most serious constitutional crisis since the end of 33 years of military rule in 1999.