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Centenary of the Bolshevik Revolution: They Changed The World, By Owei Lakemfa

One of the greatest contributions of the USSR to humanity was that it stopped the march of Nazi Germany and reversed its victories; but this came at a cost of over 20 million lives. Also, it demystified governance, and taught the poor, especially workers and farmers that they too can…
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International Women’s Day: Be Like Clara Zetkin, By Owei Lakemfa

- Clara Zetkin On June 20, 1933 while the struggle against Nazism was on, Zetkin, the unbowed fighter for women, trade union and human rights, took a bow from the However, her struggles for emancipation is typified in the global acceptance of March 8, as International Women’s Day. It is…
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Inequality in South Africa and Africa: Possible Solutions, By Thomas Piketty

For everybody of my generation, from around the world, South Africa and Nelson Mandela, of course, has a universal meaning. I was born in 1971 and when I was a teenager, South Africa was, of course, one of the very important countries that I was always hearing about. When I…
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