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GREATEST AFRICAN: JOHN MUGABI

GREATEST AFRICAN: JOHN MUGABI

Most people think that without education you can never make it in life. John Mugabi is the perfect example of a great boxing champion who made it without education. John…

POWER OF WORDS: MAYA ANGELOU

POWER OF WORDS: MAYA ANGELOU

Maya Angelou – in her own words I know that I’ve been guided by God.  I am obedient.  I know that when I pray, something wonderful happens.  I’m grateful that…

POWER  OF WORDS

POWER OF WORDS

It is indeed an honor for me to be leading one of the greatest and innovative universities in South Africa and beyond. With over 55,000 students and staff, we have…

GREATEST AFRICAN: KALUSHA BWALYA

GREATEST AFRICAN: KALUSHA BWALYA

Many agree that Zambia is a sleeping giant of African football. The Southern African nation has the potential to achieve more than what they have currently achieved in world football.…

THE HEART OF THE MATTER

THE HEART OF THE MATTER

Given the interdependent world that has resulted from these interweaving relations, Africa’s developmental challenges are also of global concern. Maxwell’s adage, “Everything rises and falls on leadership”1, highlights the universal…

POWER OF WORDS: AMILCAR CABRAL

POWER OF WORDS: AMILCAR CABRAL

14 May 1972, Guinea Conarkry, Funeral of Kwame Nkrumah. What to say? But we must speak otherwise at this point, if we don’t talk, our hearts may burst.  Our tears…

POWER OF WORDS:JULIUS NYERERE

POWER OF WORDS:JULIUS NYERERE

 THE TOTAL LIBERATION OF AFRICA, THE OAU OUTSTANDING AGENDA Speech as Chairman of the OAU Summit Meeting Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: November 1984. I am sure that I speak on behalf…