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Praying For Africa




I wonder how much “crime” is just people wanting food, healthcare and a place to sleep


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"Do you remember the happiest moment of your life?"
"One day, I was sent home from my final exams because my mother had not been able to pay the registration fees. On the way home, a man came up to me and asked what was wrong. ‘Nothing,’ I told him. He asked me again. So I told him that I’d been sent home from school. He then gave me the money I needed to take my exams. I’d never seen him before, and I’ve never seen him again."

(Entebbe, Uganda)

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The world is filled with happiness, glory, achievement, but there is no denying the pain of the struggle, the truth of the disappointments nor the reality of the obstacles. You do not make an apple of a stone by painting it red.

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I never had money in the first place but okay…

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British colonialism in Africa in a nutshell.

British colonialism everywhere.

European Colonialism in general 

One of the things I mentally struggle with as a Black Christian…

one of the reasons why I no longer am a black Chirstian

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Lesotho Rocked by Gunfire, Claims of Attempted Military Coup.

It’s not often that this tiny landlocked Southern African country becomes a trending topic on Twitter or makes global headlines, but today was not any ordinary day.

On Saturday morning, media outlets began reporting that eyewitnesses had heard sounds of gunfire in the capital Maseru. It was also alleged, ad now confirmed, that the country’s military had taken control of the kingdom’s police headquarters and jammed some of the country’s radio stations and telephone lines. So far, the military has not provided any statements to the media and the official news agency in the country, LENA, is yet to release any information.

In June this year, South Africa sent a “stern warning” to Lesotho concerning the rising instability in the country. This came following the suspension of the Lesotho’s parliament by the prime minister, with the king’s blessing, as the country’s coalition government was on the brink of collapse.

Currently in South Africa since Friday, Lesotho’s Prime Minister Tom Thabane has said that he plans to return to the country.

Independent since 1966, Lesotho has undergone several coups

The earliest known inhabitants of the country were the Khoisan who were colonized by the Sotho-Tswana people, know the ruling majority, between the third and 11th centuries.

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mostly nature


naomi looking heavenlier than your faves

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