Since the beginning of the 21st century, Africa has found itself in the midst of a new wave of colonization. As if the fact that the people, labor force, mines and petroleum of the old continent were consistently seized by the colonial forces until today was not enough, this time, its most precious and fertile lands have begun to slip away bit by bit.” (Maino: 2016).
In recent years, the transfer of lands in Sub-Saharan Africa to foreign investors has gathered momentum. Some 40 million hectares of land in the region was being bought or rented by international investors for the purposes of mining and agriculture. There has been what has now being popularly dubbed “vulturization of Africa”. Yes, the vultures have come to live and stay until they suck black blood dry.” [...]