Politics

Where Did DRC’s Runner-Up Martin Fayulu Get His Miraculous Votes?

FORMER oil tycoon and runner-up in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) December 2018 elections, Martin Fayulu, now contesting the…

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“A Devastating Loss But A Day Of Absolute Certainty of Ultimate Victory” 

The African People’s Convention of Azania (APC) mourns with sadness and shock the passing of our Secretary General Paseka Moshoadiba…

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We Remember Duma Nokwe – Politician, Teacher, Lawyer

Philemon Pearce Dumasile Nokwe, known as Duma Nokwe, was a South African political activist and legislator, and served as the Secretary-General of…

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We Remember John Tengo Jabavu – Born 11 January 1859

A pioneer of African journalism and founder of the first black owned newspaper Imvo Zabantsundu, John Tengo Jabavu was born…

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DEAR MAMA: THE EVOLUTION OF AFENI SHAKUR

Afeni Shakur, was the impactful force behind the passion and revolutionary lyrics behind Tupac – the man considered by many…

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Samuel Sharpe Led The 1831 Christmas Rebellion/ Great Jamaican Slave Revolt

Portrait of Samuel Sharpe who was hanged  on May 23, 1832. He was the last person to be executed for…

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Who Is The IMF?

In any discussion of economics these days the International Monetary Fund, or IMF, is likely to be mentioned. This often…

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Why MK Members Attend Zuma’s Court Appearances in MK Combat Uniform

After former President Jacob Zuma’s recent appearance in the Pietermaritzburg High Court, last Friday (30 November 2018), where MKMVA members,…

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Gordhan Is Not Above The Law

PUBLIC ENTERPRISES Minister Pravin Gordhan is scheduled to meet Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane today, 14 November 2018 and like everything…

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KPMG Lied for Big Tobacco in Australia

By Pinky Khoabane AUDITORS are rarely independent from the clients they scrutinise. IN October 2013, auditing firm KPMG published a…

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