Politics

Speech by HRH Zenani Dlamini At Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s Funeral

Ladies and gentleman, family, friends and all those who’ve travelled from near and afar to be at my mother’s funeral,…

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Judge Nicholson Defends Controversial Zuma Judgment

By Carmel Rickard via Legalbrief Judge Nicholson Unless gifted with an exceptional memory you may have only sketchy recall of…

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Today Marks International Women’s Day – 3 March

Trains cancelled in Spain on International Women’s Day 2018 as women go on strike to demand equal pay. “Without women…

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VAT Increase Hits Poor The Hardest. Cosatu Knows It, Will It Embark on Anti-VAT Campaign of 1991?

By Pinky Khoabane IT doesn’t matter which way you want to look at yesterday’s budget speech, it simply does nothing…

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THE IMF IS A COLONIAL EVIL – Says the late Julius Nyerere ( First President of Tanzania). Read this riveting 1985 Interview.

On his appointment as Chairman of the OAU, with his Presidential term drawing near to an end in Tanzania, Julius…

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Today In History: Comrade Nelson Mandela Walks Free – 11 February 1990

Former President Nelson Mandela with his former wife Winnie on his release from 27 years of incarceration – The Day…

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African Queens Series: Queen (IYOBA) Idia: World Renowned Warrior-Queen – First Queen Of Ancient Benin Kingdom In Nigeria

On 9 February 1897, Rear-Admiral Harry Rawson led the Benin Punitive Expedition. Field commanders were instructed to burn down towns,…

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We Remember Cheikh Anta Diop, The Pharaoh of Knowledge, Died 7 February 1986

Cheikh Anta Diop  On the 7th of February, 1986, Africa lost one of her illustrious sons, Cheikh Anta Diop. On the…

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Kwame Nkrumah’s Quotes from Class Struggle In Africa: Saluting An African Revolutionary

Kwame Nkrumah was a Ghanaian nationalist leader who led Ghana, formerly the Gold Coast, to independence from Britain. This post…

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UnCensored Reader Calls For Dignity For Herero & Nama Remains In American Museum

The Herero and Namaqua Genocide occurred from 1904 until 1907 in German South-West Africa (modern day Namibia), during the Scramble For Arica THE…

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