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AFRICA 360 this week….
Posted on: Mon 20 May 2013
It has been fifty years since The Organization of African Unity, otherwise known as the OAU was formed. The main aim of the organization was to promote unity and solidarity among African states, as well as to intensify efforts to emancipate African people, who had long suffered under colonialism. But in 2002 this body was
transformed and renamed the African Union, with a renewed mandate aimed at, amongst others, accelerating the process of integration in the continent to enable it to play its rightful role in the global economy.
As this month marks the 50th anniversary of the formation of the OAU –now The AU, eNCA Africa editor Chris Maroleng talks to The AU Commission head Dr Nkosazana Dlamini –Zuma about whether the organization has achieved its stated goals, and what its priorities are for the next fifty years.
Africa 360 airs on eNCA (DSTV Channel 403).
“Africa 360: see Africa like you have never seen it before.”
Saturday, 11h30-12h00 CAT (eNews Channel Africa, DSTV 403)
Tuesday, 21h30-22h00 CAT (eAfrica Channel, DSTV 144)
Wednesday, 20h00-20h30 GMT (The Africa Channel, Sky 268)
Repeats on eNews Channel Africa (eNCA):
Sunday, 16h30-17h00 and 20h30-21h00
Tuesday : 23:30pm