South Africa

South Africa and the Unleashing of a Draconian Council

With COVID-19 pandemic as the new ruse for political dictatorships how much leash will the people of South Africa allow Ramaphosa and his draconian National Command Council? Lawyers threaten Ramaphosa's National Command Council by Manyane Manyane JOHANNESBURG- President Cyril Ramaphosa has come...

Joseph Shabalala: Tribute to a musical Mandela

Dance softly and carry a big voice: understanding Joseph Shabalala by David Copeland, University of Witwatersrand, THE CONVERSATION When Joseph Bekhizizwe Shabalala passed away I stopped in my tracks and just let the sadness pull me down. And then inspiration from his beacon...

What reasons did South Africa have for seizing Tanzania aircraft?

Erratic action from xenophobiac South Africa has sent the East African nation of Tanzania wondering South Africa seizes Air Tanzania passenger jet" UPI News Aug. 24 (UPI) -- South African authorities seized an Airbus passenger jet operated by Air Tanzania, forcing the...

South Africa Xenophobia: An end to killing and looting in sight?

With security agents in the details, recent Soweto looting as in South Africa killings target foreign residents in the typical xenophobiac criminality known to the people. As a tweeter user notes: They claim these foreigners sell counterfeit goods and expired...

Ramphosa: Recycling Africa’s Old Guards

President Ramphosa's election victory and inauguration further signal victory for the endless recycling of ruling powers in Africa Promising jobs and justice, Ramaphosa sworn in as South Africa’s president Al'arabiya News Trade unionist-turned-businessman Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in as South Africa’s...

Cult hero was pocketing monthly bribes

Ex South African president and political cult hero Jacob Zuma, whose statue was erected in a Nigerian state capital by its governor Rochas Okorocha, was pocketing monthly bribes of over 2,000.00 dollars. Zuma 'pocketed' $2,200 monthly bribes ...

South Africa in fresh apartheid scandal

Despite decades of majority rule South Africa's racial discrimination policy still thrives in certain crannies. Sourced from News Agencies An image of a classroom with black and white children separated has sparked controversy in post-apartheid South Africa. A South African primary school...

Ancient city rediscovered

Laser technology shines light on South African 'lost city' of Kweneng by Jason Burke New laser technology has revealed that Kweneng, about 50km (31 miles) south of South Africa’s commercial capital, was once a thriving metropolis with hundreds of households, a...

South Africa: Can ANC tackle corruption, state capture?

Would ANC tackle corruption, state capture? South Africans believe Cyril Ramphosa and Jacob Zuma may be chips of the same old corrupt ruling block   Sowetan Live ANC head of elections Fikile Mbalula said the party realised that state capture caused mistrust...
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More reveals on how Nigerian government feeds terror and genocide

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