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This paper shows a glimpse of Africa's current situation and a thorough analysis of the African perception, and how it can be changed by the year 2063. The researcher holds faith in the continent's youth in the transformative process as they are the equitable "human resource "of this time. Going back in history, Africa was enslaved and later on colonised, but today the situation of yesteryear is no longer as it was. Remarkably, this change was a product of the youth in the yesteryear who fought slavery and colonisation. Be that as it may, that generation of African heroes has either passed on or is aged and weary, while Africa today, suffers from neo-slavery and neo-colonisation which require a different mindset. Harnessing and utilising the youth well, will ensure dominance through political, economic, environmental, social and technological development in Africa.