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Time to ask what went wrong over the last 50 years: Dr. Tewdros

Emnet Assefa

Speaking at the 23rd  ordinary session of the AU Executive Council this morning, Ethiopia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr.Tedros Adhanom said it’s time for member states of the African Union (AU) to ask what went wrong during the continental body’s 50 year’s journey.

It was a dream of a few statesmen that helped the old Pan-Africanism born in the ‘60s. It’s now time, or even long overdue, for a fresh one to come

Hone Mandefro




Dr. Paul G. Adogamh, Associate professor of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, believes Pan-Africanism, the oldest vision of Africa, was and still remains the struggle for unity and empowerment of Africans against oppression and exploitation. 







AUC’s PIDA projects gaining momentum

Emnet Assefa  

Elham Mohamed, Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy at the African Union Commission (AUC) said today that in an effort to integrate the continent Africa better the AUC was working on a number of projects in the areas of transport, energy, ICT and Transboundary water throughout Africa.