Valget og Ledelse Krise i Afrika

Lederskap og politisk trauma, delaktighet og skapervilje i Afrika

Av Raïs Neza Boneza

Diagnose

I løpet av 1960 tallet hadde nesten alle land i Afrika villig erklært uavhengighet fra kolonist-maktene. Løsrivelsen gjennomføres ofte uten en helhetlig eller unison visjon om å tilpasse lederskap til lokale utfordringer, eller se på folkets vilje og kunnskap å delta i prosessen. Uten å makte … Read the rest

Building Resilience Far from Home: Communal Democracy Practices amongst Urban Congolese Refugees in Uganda

Under a midday blazing sun in Kampala, we are driving hesitantly over the newly paved roads of Nsambya and Katwe suburb. A pedestrian signals us to stop and ask; “are you looking for the Congolese place perhaps?” I nod, stunned.  We are soon into the compound of «Centre Scolaire Congolais”; a dusty ground that comprise a rustic main house and … Read the rest

A Family’s Journey in Africa and America: History of the African Image Among Black Americans

Philippe Wamba (June 3, 1971 – September 11, 2002) was an African-American editor and writer known for his fusion of African and African-American culture. Wamba was born in California to Elaine Brown Wamba and Ernest Wamba dia Wamba, an American mother and a Congolese professor-turned-rebel father. He grew up in Boston, Dar es Salaam, and New Mexico. He studied at … Read the rest

The Rumba Kings, a new upcoming documentary about the golden era of Congolese Rumba music By Rais Neza Boneza

The wealth of the Congo is not only it mineral reserved but also it culture through the music in this context. The new documentary directed by Alan Brain, tells the story Congolese rumba music, present the artists and show how this type of music known as Rumba conquered Africa and the world.

Alan Brain Delgado, a filmmaker and Journalist based … Read the rest