Political parties, trade unions and people’s movements across West Africa are meeting in Ghana to develop a common understanding of the challenges facing the region and to devise strategies to resist imperialism
On November 17-18, over 400 smallholder farmers gathered for the 27th annual meeting of MVIWATA or the National Network of Small-Scale Farmers Groups in Tanzania. Peoples Dispatch spoke to them about their struggle for dignity and justice
Youth leaders from 14 countries gathered in South Africa as part of the “Youth Camp: Pioneers of the Revolution” to strengthen Pan-African unity and solidarity across struggles.
Belgium has returned a gold crowned tooth of Patrice Lumumba to his family. However, activists point out that there has been no accountability or justice for his brutal assassination following a western-backed coup in 1961
On a recent trip to Côte d’Ivoire, Kwesi Pratt, Jnr attended the launch of former president Laurent Gbagbo’s new political party and reflected on his vision for the future
The First National Congress of the Socialist Movement of Ghana (SMG) – previously the Socialist Forum of Ghana (SFG) – was held from July 30 to August 1 in Winneba
The often unsung legacy of Kenneth Kaunda was the pivotal role he played in establishing newly-independent Zambia as a central hub for pan-Africanist and internationalist activities and processes.
We talk to Kambale Musavuli, who explains the spirit behind Congo Week, the history of exploitation and violence against the people, and their inspiring fight-back.
The Socialist Forum of Ghana celebrated the life and achievements of Ghana’s national liberation leader Kwame Nkrumah despite ongoing efforts by the ruling elites to discredit his contributions
Congolese militant and activist Ernest Wamba dia Wamba passed away on July 15 in Kinshasa
Justice Henaku discusses the political, historical, and cultural importance of African Liberation Day for the people on the African continent, of the African diaspora and across the world.
What is African liberation? How did our ancestors fight for it? How far have we come to realise it today? These are some of the questions that loom on 25 May each year for the African people, and its diaspora.