Posts Tagged ‘Africa’

Africa in the Light of SPIEF 2022

Moscow has in recent years been increasingly developing its cooperation with Africa in all directions. The current world situation has prompted the search for new opportunities for direct trade and economic ties, and for many years now SPIEF has been one of the platforms for communication between various states and businesses. It is therefore not […]

What Do Astronauts, Atlantis, and Africa Share? The Richat Structure!

Tucked away in Mauritania, surrounded by the imposing, shifting dunes of the Sahara Desert, lies the Richat Structure. Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Africa Unexplained Phenomena Read Later 

Global Food Crisis: EU Bigwigs Beg Africa Not to Blame Them for Chronic Shortages

EU leaders have begged those in Africa not to blame the West for the ongoing Global Food Crisis, saying that the current sanctions on Russia shouldn’t be affecting supply.

South Africa and the Special Military Operation in Ukraine

Relations between the Russian Federation and the Republic of South Africa, which have always been cordial, are now being put to the test. This is due to the start of Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine. Many countries around the world are engaged in a public debate about Russia’s actions. South Africa, considered one of […]

Chancellor Scholz Tried to Get Germany IInvolved in the Battle for Africa

Against the backdrop of France’s recent blatant failures on the African continent, whose inhabitants are increasingly determined to throw off the shackles of modern French neocolonialism, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz decided to seize the moment and use the French vacuum in Africa to strengthen Germany’s position there. To this end, on May 23 he and […]

Hunger in Africa 

One of the less discussed side-effects of the Ukraine war is that it is likely to have aggravated the hunger crisis in many countries of Africa. Some of the countries more affected by hunger , like Somalia and the Democratic Republic of Congo ( DRC), had been getting  substantial parts  of their wheat imports from […]

Operation Crimson Mist-CIA CRIMINAL OPERATION in Africa Involving MASS MURDER and MASS Mind Control

https://www.audible.com/pd/Operation-Crimson-Mist-Travis-Scott-5G-Podcast/B09N4535FF Summary Operation Crimson Mist During the late afternoon of 6 April 1994, a hail of cannon shells tore through the fuselage of a commercial airliner flying overhead central Rwanda. Several seconds later the blazing plane exploded on impact with the ground, killing President Habyarimana of Rwanda, President Ntaryamira of Burundi, and most of their […]

The Rise of NATO in Africa

Anxiety about the expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) toward the Russian border is one of the causes of the current war in Ukraine. But this is not the only attempt at expansion by NATO, a treaty organization created in 1949 by the United States to project its military and political power over Europe. In […]

Deaf church planting begins in Angola and South Africa

Photo Credit: Door International/Facebook Angola/South Africa (Mission Network News) — Deaf communities in Angola and South Africa will soon have a chance to know Jesus. “There are some strong Deaf leaders and Deaf believers” in South Africa, DOOR International’s Rob Myers says. “Now that they have some Scripture published, that Scripture is a…

Paris Gets Kicked Out of French Africa

Mali’s government spokesman Colonel Abdoulaye Maïga, who was the country’s prime minister in 2017, announced in a televised address that the African country was tearing up defense agreements with France. Although Paris has called the decision “unjustified”, France is nevertheless continuing to withdraw its military from Mali, following the Malian government’s earlier call for Paris to […]

Genetic Research Untangles Africa’s Human Evolutionary History

An international team of anthropologists, archaeologists, and genetic researchers that included 44 scientists from 12 countries has completed a new African genetic research study that reveals more details about the fascinating and complex evolutionary history of Homo sapiens , or modern man within the continent of Africa. This study focused on ancient DNA of skeletal […]

France Tries to “Reboot” its Relations with Africa

Against the backdrop of its failing policies in Africa in recent years and barely clutching the presidency of the European Union on rotation basis, France is attempting to “reset” its relations with Africa by strengthening EU ties with the African Union. To this end, in December 2021, while presenting his EU presidency program, France’s president […]

VOCI – Covid Mandates in South Africa

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France has Become a “Destabilizing Force” in Africa

In a January briefing with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, French President Emmanuel Macron, on the eve of his talks with Russian head of state Vladimir Putin, said Russia was allegedly becoming a “destabilizing force”. In making this assessment of Russia’s policies, Macron was certainly following instructions from Washington to actively deploy anti-Russian rhetoric and propaganda. […]

Russia and Egypt Strive to Ensure Food Security in Africa

Despite modern agro-industrial technologies, the trend towards food shortages continues. This, in particular, is evidenced by the information published by the UN that up to 820 million people are starving in the world, which is about 10% of the world population.  There are more malnourished and hungry people around the world today than ever before, despite the […]

Military Coups in Africa are an Instrument of Neocolonialism

The often-repeated military coups and unrest on the African continent never surprise anyone. A military coup in Africa has already become a classic system of overthrowing power. After the fall of the colonial regime, military coups broke out in Africa everywhere; that is why this continent is considered the most explosive and conflicting region. Since […]

South Africa Parliament Chamber ‘Completely Gutted’ By Fire

CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — Fire crews have continued to work at South Africa’s national Parliament complex in Cape Town on Monday after a major fire blazed through the buildings a day earlier, causing extensive damage. The main chamber of the National Assembly was “completely gutted,” City of Cape Town safety and security official […]

Fire ravages Cape Town seat of South Africa’s Parliament

City of Cape Town Fire and Rescue Service spokesman Jermaine Carelse said no injuries were reported. Parliament was closed for the holidays. Security guards first reported the fire at around 6 a.m., Carelse said, and 35 firefighters were on the scene. Some of them were lifted into the Cape Town skyline on a crane to […]

South Africa’s Anti-Apartheid Icon Desmond Tutu Dies Aged 90 (VIDEOS)

Posted on December 26, 2021 by indigoblue76 December 26, 2021 South Africa’s anti-apartheid icon Archbishop Desmond Tutu. (Photo: via Wikimedia Commons) Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and veteran of South Africa’s anti-apartheid struggle, died on Sunday at the age of 90, the South African presidency said. “The passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu […]

Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s moral conscience, dies at 90

Nicknamed “the Arch,” the diminutive Tutu became a towering figure in his nation’s history, comparable to fellow Nobel laureate Nelson Mandela, a prisoner during white rule who became South Africa’s first Black president. Tutu and Mandela shared a commitment to building a better, more equal South Africa. Upon becoming president in 1994, Mandela appointed Tutu […]

Erdogan is Actively Trying to Score Points in Africa

Amid growing accusations against the Turkish government and calls for early presidential and parliamentary elections from the local population due to the intensifying domestic crisis in Turkey in recent days, there has been a surge in publications in the West about the impending power transition in Turkey. Thus, American edition Foreign Policy says that even […]

Case Drop May Show South Africa’s Omicron Peak Has Passed

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South Africa’s noticeable drop in new COVID-19 cases in recent days may signal that the country’s dramatic omicron-driven surge has passed its peak, medical experts say. Daily virus case counts are notoriously unreliable, as they can be affected by uneven testing, reporting delays and other fluctuations. But they are offering one tantalizing […]

French Soldiers Flee Africa Just Like the American Troops that Fled Afghanistan

As the evolution of the armed expansion of the United States and its allies before our eyes testifies, the attempts of “valiant NATO troops” to gain a foothold with their weapons in foreign countries have a similar unfortunate end. Eventually, each and everyone of them has to say goodbye to their hopes of neocolonial conquest […]

WHO: South Africa Omicron Data Suggests 25% Dip in Hospitalization Rate Compared with Delta

A World Health Organization (WHO) update on the Chinese coronavirus pandemic published this weekend, citing South African case data, suggested that the rate of hospitalization of patients with the omicron variant may be 25% lower than the hospitalization rate of people who have the delta variant. Delta, first identified in India, is believed to be […]

COVID Cases Continue to Fall Significantly in South Africa

COVID cases in South Africa, the epicenter of the Omicron outbreak, have continued to fall rapidly, despite other governments pressing the panic button over the new variant. Having already imposed ‘Plan B’ restrictions, the UK government and others on the continent are considering even more draconian measures to stop a “tsunami” of Omicron cases. However, […]

Health Minister Says Hospitalisations & Deaths in South Africa “Remain Low”

The Health Minister of South Africa has released a statement saying that the rates of hospitalisations and deaths in the country that saw the first wave of the Omicron variant “remain relatively low.” The statement is at odds with the reaction to Omicron in western countries, particularly the UK where hysteria is now running rampant […]

Africa, COVID-19 and Imperialism with Jeremy Loffredo

Originally published on 01/16/21 on Rokfin.com. In this episode, Whitney is joined by Catherine Austin Fitts to discuss the coming economic “great reset” and the plans to introduce a new and truly Orwellian economic system in its aftermath. The plans for that new system, especially the effort to merge identification, economic activity and vaccine records […]

South Africa’s Omicron Outbreak Already “Running Out of Steam”

The South African doctor who first discovered Omicron says “Britain is overreacting” by imposing more draconian restrictions and that the panic “is out of all proportion to the risks posed by this variant.” Maybe someone should tell Boris Johnson. Doctor Angelique Coetzee wrote a lengthy article for the Daily Mail in which she decried potential […]

The Omicron Shame: Why Is the World Punishing Instead of Helping Africa?

The decision by several governments across the globe to institute travel bans on seven African countries, starting on November 27, due to the discovery of a new Covid-19 variant, Omicron, was perceived to be hasty in the eyes of some and fully justifiable on medical grounds, in the view of others. However, the matter is hardly that of […]

Miss South Africa Wins 2nd Runner-up at Miss Universe After Defying Anti-Israel BDS Campaign

Miss South Africa Lalela Mswane finished second runner-up at the Miss Universe pageant on Sunday evening after defying calls by anti-Israel groups to boycott the competition, which was held in the Israeli resort town of Eilat, Israel. South Africa: Choose courage over comfort in every opportunity they get. Video courtesy of Miss Universe/Twitter#70thMissUniverse #MissUniverse2021 LIVE: […]

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