South Africa

Mlk Day Special: Rediscovered 1965 King Speech On Civil Rights, Segregation & Apartheid South...

As the nation marks 90 years since the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we air a rediscovered speech he delivered on December 7, 1964, days before he received the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo. In a major address in London, King spoke about...
Related topics: Apartheid, Nobel Prize, Norway, Oslo, United Kingdom, London

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University Of Georgia Ta Calls For Death Of Whites

We may be closer than we realized to following South Africa on the path to Zimbabwe, to judge by the public proclamations of a University of Georgia teaching assistant who calls for the death of whites, barking that “some white people may have...
Related topics: Zimbabwe

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Watch Terrifying Moment Elephant Rushes Towards Tourist Vehicle In South Africa

An elephant tried to attack a vehicle loaded with tourists during a safari in Manyeleti Game Reserve in Mpumalanga, South Africa.

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Collapse Of Civilization In Zimbabwe

The scariest thing about the nightmare unfolding in South Africa is that we already know how the story ends — and it is not a happy ending. This recently First World country is following a trail blazed by its role model, Zimbabwe. There, the...
Related topics: Zimbabwe

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Bitcoin Ransomers Arrested For Kidnapping In South Africa

Police in Mpumalanga, South Africa, have arrested two suspects who demanded a Bitcoin ransom following the kidnapping of a teenage boy and the attempted kidnapping of a 13 year-old girl. The kidnappers demanded just over $100,000 (1.5 million rand)...
Related topics: Bitcoin, Police

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Blasphemy At Haifa Museum Of Art

People who hate Israel want to give it the South Africa treatment through the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement. To garner support, Ilhan Omar, Linda Sarsour, et al. ought to stop bleating about allegedly oppressed terrorists and instead...
Related topics: Museum, Israel, Terrorism

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South Africa Created 100 "blacks-only" Doctor Positions... Fails To Fill Them

Is it racist? South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal health department expanded its registrar program in 2019 from 314 to 414, but, according to a leaked memo, it aimed to fill the 100 new posts with only black candidates. Departmental spokesperson...

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Zesco Triumph Seals Great Weekend For Zambian Clubs

Johannesburg (AFP) – Zesco United defeated South Africa visitors Kaizer Chiefs 3-1 Sunday to complete a successful weekend for Zambian clubs in the first legs of CAF Confederation Cup play-offs. Nkana trounced San Pedro from the Ivory Coast...
Related topics: Ivory Coast - Cote D'Ivoire

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Church Services In The Rainbow Utopia

Church services can be a little dry in countries that have not been blessed with multicultural enrichment, but they don’t have that problem in South Africa. At the International Pentecostal Holiness Church in Limpopo yesterday, 23 church...
Related topics: Religion

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Former S. Africa And Leeds Striker Phil Masinga Dies At 49

Phil Masinga, the former South Africa and Leeds United striker who scored the goal that took his country to the World Cup for the first time, died Sunday. He was 49.        

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South African President Urges Nation To Fight Against National Rape Crisis

According to Africa Check, at least 40,000 rapes are reported in the country every year, which is an average of 110 rapes each day. However, the fact-checking organisation believes that the real numbers are much higher.

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White Doctors Need Not Apply In Rainbow Utopia

With the downfall of Apartheid, racism has been abolished in South Africa — except when it comes to incidentals like personal safety, owning property, and getting a job. If you want to work as a doctor, you had better be black, because the rainbow...
Related topics: Apartheid

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China's Masterplan After It Dominates The South China Sea

Task and Purpose Security, Asia And it involves Africa. The Chinese military has sent a clear message for the U.S. Navy in the South China Sea: Your FONOPs will not be fun ops. Now, it appears likely that China's aggressive naval ambitions may...
Related topics: China, Military

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After A Scandal-ridden Presidency, Jacob Zuma Thinks Twitter Can Reinvent His Image

“It’s me, former president Jacob Zuma,” was how South Africa’s president re-introduced himself to South Africans, via a video message on Twitter. Since joining last month, he’s amassed 163,000 followers with 38 tweets and managed...
Related topics: Social Media, World Videos

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South Africa Blame ‘politics’ For Humiliating Loss To Egypt

Johannesburg (AFP) – As South Africa reeled Wednesday after a humiliating defeat by Egypt in a contest to decide the new 2019 Africa Cup of Nations hosts, the blame game began.  South African football officials said the 16-1 vote in...
Related topics: Egypt

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4 Killed And More Than 600 Injured In South Africa Train Crash

Commuters remain trapped inside the carriages.

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Understanding Punishment And Crime Control In South Africa's Marginalized Communities

Inadequate policing, vigilantism, social inequality, the legacy of apartheid: these are the complex factors affecting the landscape of law and justice in South Africa's informal shack settlements. University of Toronto Mississauga assistant...
Related topics: Apartheid, Canada, Toronto

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Egypt To Host 2019 Africa Cup Of Nations

Dakar (AFP) – Egypt will host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations between June 15 and July 13, Confederation of African Football (CAF) president Ahmad Ahmad announced in Dakar Tuesday.    The CAF executive committee preferred Egypt to...
Related topics: Egypt

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South Africa’s Beautiful Beaches Have An Ugly Problem Of Racial Exclusion And Privatization

When an unassuming sheep was led onto Cape Town’s Clifton beach, the animal became the latest character in South Africa’s annual seaside race row. Clifton’s beaches were once white only and today form part of some of the country’s most...

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Germany's 'hottest Cop' Forced To Make Choice Between Bikini And Uniform

Wrongdoers in Germany are probably feeling happy and sad at once, as the country's sexiest police officer is back to work. For the past six months Adrienne Koleszar was travelling; her world tour took her to the Maldives, Dubai and South Africa, but...
Related topics: Germany, Police, Maldives, United Arab Emirates, Dubai

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