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This book presents an astounding and provocative basis for understanding the causes of infightings among Africans.
Looking at all the tragic events that have shaken and are still shaking inexorably Africa, as a true son of Africa, the author decides to take the African solidarity to court.
The decline of morality, ethics, love, unity and the non respect of human rights pushes the author to prosecute the African solidarity.
How can the African Union move from vision to implementation? How can they stop xenophobia, tribalism, racism, wars and violence in order to restore thereby a common humanity and the African solidarity? Dr Jean-Marie KUZITUKA DID’HO provides us with one case study: the relationship between black South African and African immigrants, a relationship characterised by resentment, stereotype and derogatory names.
Democracy and human rights in Africa are a solution to this ‘negrophobia’ says the author.
Absorbing the findings of this book will enrich our personal lives and society as a whole, making for a better Africa, a better world.
Jean-Marie KUZITUKA DID’HO is a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Johannesburg.
He is a doctoral (PhD) candidate in the department of Anthropology and Archaeology at the University of South Africa (UNISA).
Research Interests: Anthropology of human rights; immigration and integration; anthropology of religions; cultural Anthropology.
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