What's Up Black Brother

Recent turmoil in South Africa resurface the issue of xenophobia within the continent, intolerance among the peoples of Africa makes us wonder, “What is made of the leaders of so-called pan-Africanism?” Every day we are bombarded on western television with dozens and hundreds of desperate people crossing the Atlantic Ocean, risking their lives in search of better living conditions, many, even many died in these crossings, for Europe solidarity… It's the right time to have leaders who speak for us, who care about us. If in Africa we do not tolerate ourselves, how can we expect others to welcome us?

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