For Immediate Release 18 August 2020 Africa’s first virtual communication platform Glue VP launches in South Africa Africa’s first virtual communication and collaboration platform conceived and developed by Africans has been launched in South Africa. Glue Virtual platform – GlueVP – is the brainchild of Zimbabwean born Professor, Richard Chinomona a visionary and […]
Pixley ka Isaka Seme (c. 1881 – June 1951). The Little known Founder of African National Congress Pixley ka Isaka Seme was one of the first black lawyers in South Africa (Alfred Mangena was the first black attorney, Duma Nokwe the first black advocate), and a founder and President of the African National Congress. President […]
The United States of Africa has received the news of untimely demise of the youngest daughter of Nelson Mandela and Winnie Mandela in terrible anguish. We send our sincere condolences to her family and stand with the people of the Republic of South Africa during this difficult time. Ms Zindzi Mandela will be remembered as […]
FORMER South African President Jacob Zuma has told ANC supporters that he was ousted from power for suggesting the creation of a BRICS bank to empower blacks, adding that “Western countries are never our friends and they do not want the lives of black people transformed.” He said had he been allowed to serve out […]
On this day Steve Biko died after brutally being beaten by Afrikaner police In South Africa, four apartheid-era police officers, appearing before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, admit to the 1977 killing of Stephen Biko, a leader of the South African “Black consciousness” movement. In 1969, Biko, a medical student, founded an organization for South […]
Class Struggle in Africa: Unmasking the Racial Character of ‘Xenophobia’ in Azania (South Africa), which way Forward?
Class Struggle in Africa: Unmasking the Racial Character of ‘Xenophobia’ in Azania (South Africa), which way Forward? —- By Cde Mainda Simataa For United States of Africa Press 10 September, 2019 Lusaka, Zambia —- There are several critical questions which the global capitalist media has not bothered to uncover or explain as they have been […]
Things to know about south Africa: South Africans since the time of apartheid regime they were never in battle, never went to exile and prison, they were not beheaded because they were demanding democracy but they were subjected to unimaginable and horrific torture by the oppressors simply for demanding what rightful belongs to them and […]