Africa beyond Political Sovereignty a 60@ Anniversary Imperative

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Siphamandla Zondi


Pan-Africanism, African unity, African pride, cohesion, common African prosperity


This year marks 60 years since the establishment of the first inter-state institution for Africa, the Organisation of African Unity. It was established principally to support the achievement of independence and political freedom by African colonies during a decade that is associated with the idea of winds of change. Political sovereignty through the control of the nation-state was seen as critical to the achievement of the ideals of Pan-Africanism, including African unity, African pride, cohesion, and common African prosperity.

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