Zimbabwe forum: Culture - Africa Day (25 May)
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25 May 2016 08:53

African Day, a day to “mark each year the onward progress of the liberation movement, and to symbolize the determination of the People of Africa to free themselves from foreign domination and exploitation.”

Let Africa Celebrate this Day Proudly to be an African

Edited by _MuStanG_ / 25 May 2016 08:54
25 May 2016 12:38


26 May 2016 07:10

I am only proud becoz its my b.day.nt becoz of this africa thng

1 Jun 2016 20:46

im proud of our continent

12 Aug 2016 08:58

proud to be African

17 Aug 2016 21:41

proud african

13 Feb 2017 20:02

To Hve a bright future one has to know his past the tallest trees nid the deepest strongest roots a pple witht knowledge of their past is like gabbage in the society we are Africans we cnt change tht we must embrace it nd be proud of it in America a group of men came together some thieves some slave masters others ideologists nd thy in a single act of treason declared independence from the British empire to this day the 4th of July is celebrated Africa Fr Africans at home and abroad we are Africans we must rise beyond these man made borders nd build our own legacy

24 Mar 2017 23:26

America was determined to fight against foreign domination as did Britain, the coloniser in this case,against Rome;the originator of the signature in discussion.Then The Roman Empire covered The Motherland,and the Rest of present day Europe.Mesopotamia was demanding Independence;Israel having fallen to the Legions-Fulfilling the Words spoken from The Lord,to King Solomon:Sealing the Prophesy of Old...of which Britain and America are the oblivion.The scramble for Land led to The Partition of Africa.Africa Day-is thus a call to establish THE USA-United States of Africa.

22 Apr 2017 23:18


25 May 2017 05:26

Is the day I am opportuned to reflect upon the displaced through colonialism-dispiaced through diportation from lands of their land,encrusted with fertility,minerals,and such naturally resourced...to pave way for the present day precolonial economic zones;farming,mining,hydro electricity generation,wildlife,and fishery,irrigation,and portable water conservatories,but remain eventual destitutes even after so called nationalistic independence-remain to wallow in poverty.Them who are legible for resettlement,and comprehensive administrative compansation-and inclusion...

10 Aug 2017 14:02

Africa unite