The Future of Africa

The Rise of Thomas Sankara’s Children-

Julius Sello Malema (South Africa) (born 3 March 1981, in Seshego) is a South African politician, and the president of the African National Congress Youth League.Malema was elected a chairman of the Youth League branch in Seshego and the regional chairman in 1995. In 1997 he became the chairman of the Congress of South African Students (Cosas) for theLimpopo province, and was elected as the national president of that organisation in 2001.Malema was elected as the president of the ANC Youth League in April 2008, in a close race at a national conference held in Bloemfontein.

Charles Blé Goudé (Ivory Coast) is an Ivoirien political leader, born in 1972 at Guibéroua, in the center west of the country.Blé Goudé studied English at the University of Cocody (Cocody is a section of Abidjan), where he began his political career leading strikes and violent demonstrations of the Student Federation of Cote d’Ivoire (FESCI), allied with the FPI during the 1990s. He succeeded Guillaume Soro as the Secretary General of FESCI from 1998 to 2000.He later founded the Coordination des jeunes patriotes in 2001, and the Congrès Panafricaine des Jeunes Patriotes (COJEP) in the same year. He had completed a university degree in English by this time, and later began a masters degree in Conflict Resolution Studies from Manchester University. Having gotten news of the coup d’État on 19 September 2002, he left England for Côte d’Ivoire, where he founded the Alliance des jeunes patriotes pour le sursaut national, which he directed with Serge Kuyo, an organization which he described as a mouvement de combat. Blé Goudé has said that he models himself on Kwame Nkrumah, Patrice Lumumba and Thomas Sankara

Munyaradzi Chidzonga (Zimbabwe).Born in 1985, Harare,A former student of the prestigious International School in Zurich, in the canton of Zurich, Switzerland, Munya Chidzonga is a Film maker. A holder of a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Motion Picture Medium, majoring in Live Performance, Acting and Script-writing, from The South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance (commonly known as AFDA) in Cape Town South Africa, where he was nominated for the best Actor Award, an accomplishment equivalent to graduating Magna Cum Laude in the American educational system.Though Munya is not actively involved in Zimbabwe politics his star is one to watch and will most likely end up in politics as a ZANU-PF candidate sometime in the future.

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