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30 April 2017
09 Dec 2016
Castro's troubled legacy in the Horn of Africa: hero or villain?
In southern Africa, Fidel Castro is almost universally seen as a hero. After all it is the Cuban leader who sent his forces to Angola to halt apartheid South Africa. What southern Africans would...
29 Nov 2016
Impact of Cuba’s Angola campaign on Southern African liberation struggles
Professor Piero Gleijeses spoke to Polity's Sane Dhlamini about Relations between Cuba and Southern Africa on the sidelines of the conference on 'The Politics of Armed Struggle in Southern Africa'...
14 Oct 2014
Homage to Havana
The South African Civil Society Information Service
Cuba is reportedly sending the largest foreign medical team from a single country to West Africa to help fight the Ebola virus. Cuba's contribution to the development and progress of African...
05 Aug 2014
'Failed states' and 'ungoverned spaces': The thinking behind US foreign policy in Africa
The South African Civil Society Information Service
The US-Africa Leaders Summit currently taking place in Washington points to Africa’s growing strategic importance to US interests. The theme of the Summit is “Investing in the Next Generation” and...

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