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3 Reasons You Should Attend The Women’s March Today

Today, 1st August, as we in South Africa begin commemorating Women’s Month, there is a country wide march organised by…

What the Provincetown AIDS Memorial Leaves Out

All memorials smooth over history. A new one, in Provincetown, Massachusetts, captures the serial heartbreak, but not the rage, of…

Of Course The ANC Is Forgiving, It Forgave Apartheid’s Systematic Killing of Blacks

THE condemnation and finger wagging of some white South Africans, with some of their black stooges in tow, at the…

Nelson Mandela’s legacy hijacked to help West sell liberal agenda

The theft and distortion of Nelson Mandela’s legacy by champions of Western liberalism has and continues to be both sickening…

In Search Of Stratcom Journalists

IN the wake of Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s death, South Africans revisited the Truth & Reconciliation Report into the role of…

On Fighting Evil – the Legacy of Winnie Mandela

As we get older, a lot of the innocent assumptions, about what is reality and what happened in history, get…

African Queens Series: Queen Nanny Of Jamaica – A Slave From Ghana, She Escaped From The Plantation & Returned To Raid & Free Other Slaves

Nanny, known as Granny Nanny, Grandy Nanny, and Queen Nanny was a Maroon leader and Obeah woman in Jamaica during…

African Praise Poetry Series: Morena e Moholo Moshoeshoe 1, Morena Oa Basotho

We recently published the African tradition of story tellers, historians and history repositories of society. I recently discovered a website…

Blacks In Townships Are Worse-Off Than Whites In Farms

According to some individuals and groups, there is a genocide against Afrikaners in particular and whites in general in South…

Africa’s Warrior Queens Series: Taytu Betul of Ethiopia

The 1st of March, 2015, was the 119th anniversary of the Battle of Adwa in which the Ethiopian Empire defeated the Kingdom…
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