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Mar 20

Dennis Brutus: South African poet and anti-apartheid campaigner | Times Online Obituary

Another good obit of Dennis. This time, it’s the London Times Dennis Brutus: South African poet and anti-apartheid campaigner | Times Online Obituary

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Mar 20

Dennis Brutus – Telegraph

This is a very good and detailed Obituary of Dennis Brutus — remarkable because The Daily Telegraph is not normally the place to find sympathy for radical African intellectuals. The link may take some time to load, but keep clicking: it’s worth the wait! Dennis Brutus – Telegraph

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Mar 20

50th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre | World news | guardian.co.uk

50th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre | World news | guardian.co.uk

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Mar 19

gaddafi’s call for splitting-up nigeria

By CAMERON DUODU The statement by the Libyan leader, Col Muammar Gaddafi, thatNigeria should be divided into two nations to avoid further bloodshed between Muslims and Christians, has caused immense anger in Nigeria.For in order to stay as one country, Nigeria fought a blood-soaked civil war between 1967 and 1970 — the Biafran War — …

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Mar 18

nigeria must not become a failed state

By CAMERON DUODU The Acting President of Nigeria, Mr Goodluck Jonathan, must act fast to replace the Ministers he has sacked with men of proven ability and visibility, who can bring confidence back quickly into the body-politic. If he merely fills the new Exectuive Council with the usual time-servers, sycophants and opportunists, the Nigerian people …

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Mar 16

cameron duodu: BRITISH MUSEUM IS EXHIBIT ING IFE ART

Here is a short video showing some of the exhibits and discussing the background to Ife artefacts http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/culturevideo/cultureminute/7378407/Kingdom-of-Ife-Culture-Minute.html

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Mar 16

Life In The Media 40 Years ago

Below is a link to a piece I published in New African magazine to mark the paper’s 40th anniversary in 2006. I wasn’t in on the founding of the magazine, but I was close to some f the people involved in the paper’s origins. Its London offices –40-43 Fleet Street, EC4 — held a special …

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Mar 03

Extra-judicial executions by the Nigerian police exposed by Aljazeera

By CAMERON DUODU THE Nigerian Federal Government is reported to have revealed that “over 600 persons, including police officers”, were indicted by the probe panel set up to investigate the bloody “Boko Haram” crisis in July 2009. The Government has also ordered a probe into a documentary on a foreign television station, Al-jazeera, “on extra-judicial …

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Mar 02

VIRGIN TO FLY TO GHANA

Virgin Atlantic launches service to Ghana on 24 May Sir Richard Branson’s airline Virgin Atlantic, is to start flights from London to Ghana, it was announced on Tuesday 2 March 2010.. Subject to Government approval, Virgin will begin a three-services-a-week operation between Heathrow Airport and the Ghanaian capital of Accra on May 24, 2010. The …

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Mar 02

‘ZULU CHIEF’ TURNS THE TABLES!

The ‘Zulu chief’ who wasn’t Tweet this Comments (3) Cameron Duodu guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 14 March 2006 16.21 GMT Article history While doing the research for my obituary of Peggy Appiah (nee Cripps), I had occasion to remember the early, happy days of Ghana’s independence in 1957, when Peggy’s husband, Joe Appiah, was one of the …

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