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AFRICA

Welcome to AFRICA!
ANYONE LOOKING FOR A REGION THAT PROMOTES THE VALUES OF EQUALITY, LIBERTY AND THE OVERALL PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS, LOOK NO FURTHER!

WA Delegate: Patricant
Founder pro tempore: The Empire of East Xibeiguo

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Sister Regions of Africa
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___________South Africa

Embassies: South Africa, North Africa, Uganda, Zambia, South Sudan, India, New Europe, Middle East, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Asia, The United States of Europe, The Commonwealth of Crowns, Israel, United States, CSSR, Alabama, and 18 others.Arctic, Florida, New Warsaw Pact, Alaska, France, Equatorial Guinea, Right to Life, The Black Panthers, Atrigeas, Somalia, Philippines, The Ascendancy, Alliance Of Armed Nations, League of Christian Nations, UAA, The SOP, urkalgurk, and Demolibs.

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Regional Power: High

Africa contains 71 nations, the 165th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Lowest Unemployment Rates in Africa

World Census experts studied the ratings of daytime television chat shows to determine which nations have the lowest rates of unemployment.

As a region, Africa is ranked 4,367th in the world for Lowest Unemployment Rates.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
31.The Theological Democracy of United FaithsInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Life, Health, Strength”
32.The Democratic Republic of MalawiNew York Times Democracy“Looking boldly into the future for prosperity and peace”
33.The Republic of WabenzilandCorporate Police State“Bora au chochote”
34.The Community of RishabhaCapitalist Paradise“Arhat”
35.The Federation of BurundiCapitalist Paradise“Ethnic Clensing for hippos.”
36.The Commonwealth of BeninAnarchy“Fraternité, Justice, Travail”
37.The Alien Sultanate of SerandumCapitalist Paradise“Wealth and Power”
38.The Empire of PentagoraIron Fist Consumerists“Rather death than dishonour”
39.The Kingdom of KoyahCapitalist Paradise“To prosperity and peace ”
40.The Democratic Union of Empire of AkebulanLiberal Democratic Socialists“Ilitawala kwa ndugu yangu yeye, watumwa na sisi wote”
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I'm glad we have Ruckus.

Khorsun, Uncle Tom Ruckus, and Juwama

The Democratic People's Republic of Mombombu wrote:Thanks! Also, again unrelated, are you guys American?

Sorry for the late reply, I've hardly checked out the rmb for a while; my siblings and I are American, born in New York, but our whole family is from DRC

Uncle Tom Ruckus

As we approach the 60th Anniversary of the Congress of the People in Kliptown and the adoption by the ANC and other progressive organisations of the Freedom Charter, (26 June), let us, as citizens of South Africa, proud children of the African continent and peaceloving people the world over, reflect on the massive strides South Africa has taken, from the height of the settler-colonial Apartheid state and being "skunk of the world", to the nation of today which has "taken its rightful place as a sovereign state in the family of nations". Let us take some time out from our busy routines to appreciate the sacrifices of heroes of our struggle like Solomon Mhlangu and Chris Hani, who gave their lives so that we could be free. Let us remember the courage of our leadership in exile and in Apartheid prisons, as they refused to give in to an inhuman regime which sought to make us, black people in general and Africans in particular, foreigners in our own country. Let us remember, and in remembering, let us remember to always make sure the spirit of being a liberation movement, a movement by the people, of the people and for the people, remains strong within the African National Congress of South Africa.

Let us never be sidetracked by fear of dictators in our ranks who believe the Marikana miners were killers: they were true sons of the soil who were brutally gunned down Apartheid-style by a police "service" that continues to serve the interests of white monopoly capital (Lonmin), rather than protecting our people from neoliberal exploitation. The ANC belongs to the people, and we must fight to win it back.

Zuma must go so that the ANC and South Africa may live! I'm done making excuses for the man.

Phambili the spirit of our liberation martyrs and other heroes of our people! Phambili!
Forward to another one hundred years of selfless struggle, Forward!
Phantsi the corrupt, self-serving tendencies of abusing the power of the party leadership and state power that have arisen in the ANC under the leadership of "comrade" Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma, Phantsi!
Long live the spirit of the Marikana martyrs, long live! May their names and their sacrifice be remembered forever, and be a permanent curse on their murderers!
Viva the implementation of the Freedom Charter, Viva!

~The Community of The ANC of South Africa, ambassador of The African National Congress to Africa

Madesu and Uncle Tom Ruckus

Ruckus is American-born but has always fancied himself a Rhodesian at heart.

Uncle Tom Ruckus

The Ndakene WA Mission of Madesu wrote:Sorry for the late reply, I've hardly checked out the rmb for a while; my siblings and I are American, born in New York, but our whole family is from DRC

That is really cool. Have you been to the DRC before? Do you plan to go there in the future?

Madesu and Uncle Tom Ruckus

The Union of Chungilio wrote:That is really cool. Have you been to the DRC before? Do you plan to go there in the future?

Thanks :)

I haven't been there yet, mainly because we needed to resolve a few passport issues for my siblings and I, and we've been planning to move to buy a house ever since 2008, really. But I'm really looking forward to visiting the rest of my family in Congo. I'm hoping by next year once I graduate from high school (I'm a senior now) and we move there'll be more than enough time to go to Congo

Uncle Tom Ruckus

Wassup folks. Greetings from San Aksum! Special tourist season discounts to all citizens if the African region. Grand museums beautiful beaches jungles teeming with life. Come see the best of Africa.

Madesu and Uncle Tom Ruckus

Nations, I'll be back in a few hours or days. See you till then.

Uncle Tom Ruckus

and where do we host RPs for this region again? I remember someone said that it was better to host them off site when I hosted on on NS.

Uncle Tom Ruckus

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