South Africa

Mariandra Heunis: The Face Of South Africa

Liberal journalists were all over South Africa back when they had it in their social justice warrior crosshairs. Once they got their way, having helped Nelson Mandela to power, they moved on to other agenda items. The pointless horror that has...

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Be Prepared: Prioritising Invasive Species For Strategic Prevention (durban, South Africa)

While exploring the way alien species invade cities around the world, South African Ph.D. student Ashlyn L. Padayachee (University of KwaZulu-Natal, UKZN) and her supervisors, Serban Proches (UKZN) and John Wilson (SANBI and Stellenbosch University)...
Related topics: Medical Research

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'execution Style': White Woman Reveals South African 'farm Attackers' Killed Her Husband

Over the past few months, a number of local media outlets have reported a violent wave of attacks on white farmers in South Africa that have left several gravely injured and many others dead.

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‘confident’ Mothiba In Battle Mode For South Africa

Strasbourg (France) (AFP) – Lebo Mothiba daringly likened South Africa’s training sessions to those of Barcelona, but the striker believes his battling style blended with the team’s possession-based approach could deliver success...
Related topics: France

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New International Initiative Stresses Need For Global Action On Air Pollution As Health Impacts...

The National Academies of Sciences and Medicine from South Africa, Brazil, Germany, and the United States of America have joined forces to issue an urgent call to action on harmful air pollution. They are calling for a new global compact to improve...

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Why Aliens Fly By Earth And A Juneteenth Hearing On Reparations

Trump launches re-election bid; Juneteenth celebrated; The history of Black Americans supporting anti-Apartheid efforts in South Africa.
Related topics: Apartheid

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Zindzi Mandela Splashes Gasoline

The legacy of communist terrorist Nelson Mandela and his torturing, murdering wife Winnie is carried forth by their daughter Zindzi Mandela, currently South Africa’s ambassador to Denmark: Dear Apartheid Apologists, your time is over. You...
Related topics: Terrorism, Denmark, Apartheid

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Norway Join China, Spain In World Cup Last 16 As France And Germany Top Groups

Reims (France) (AFP) – Norway went through to the last 16 of the Women’s World Cup alongside China and Spain on Monday after beating South Korea 2-1, while France and Germany topped their groups with wins over Nigeria and South...
Related topics: Norway, China, Spain, France, Germany, South Korea, Nigeria

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25 Years After Apartheid Ended, South Africa's Land Rights Problem Is Boiling Over

South African leaders have promised to redress land rights in the country since the end of apartheid. But whites still own most of the land and those without are setting up homesteads.
Related topics: Apartheid

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Germany Crush South Africa, Cruise Into 2019 Women's World Cup Knockout Stage

Germany completed a perfect group-stage campaign at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup as they beat South Africa 4-0 on Monday...
Related topics: Germany, Fifa

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Former South African Police Take Part In Farm Attack

The difference between what is happening to whites in post-Apartheid South Africa and what happened to Jews in Nazi Germany is that the government in the former does not do the killing itself. At least, not yet. This incident comes...
Related topics: Police, Apartheid, Germany

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Moonday Mornings: South African Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme Rakes In $135,000 A Day

It’s the start of a new week and that means it’s time for Moonday Mornings, Hard Fork’s wrap-up of the top cryptocurrency and blockchain headlines from the weekend. 1. Local news in South Africa is reporting about a cryptocurrency Ponzi...
Related topics: Bitcoin, Blockchain

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Namibia Warn Group D Giants: ‘even Small Dogs Have Teeth’

Johannesburg (AFP) – The assumption is that former champions the Ivory Coast, Morocco and South Africa will wage a private war in Group D at the Africa Cup of Nations with Namibia helpless onlookers. But Namibia coach Ricardo Mannetti...
Related topics: Namibia, Ivory Coast - Cote D'Ivoire, Morocco

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This Gripping Memoir Tells The Story Of A Girl — And South Africa — Coming Of Age

Along with her personal stories of belonging, love and family, Msimang teaches readers about race and racism, how one’s political ideology shifts, and contemporary South African political history.

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Friday’s Daily Brief : Sudan And South Sudan, Ebola, Ecosoc Elections, Risks Of 5g Tech

This Friday, we cover: Ebola in central Africa still not declared an international emergency, by the World Health Organization; looming famine in South Sudan; humanitarian concerns in Sudan; new elections at the UN’s Economic and Social Council...
Related topics: South Sudan

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Nigeria And South Africa’s Economic Struggles Are Starting To Hurt African Phone Sales

Mobile phone shipments to Africa’s two largest economies for the first quarter of 2019 do not make good reading for phone makers and it’s not looking great for the current quarter. Smartphone shipments to Nigeria dropped 11.9% to 2.3...
Related topics: Nigeria

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China Edge Out South Africa As Germany Qualify For World Cup Last 16

Paris (AFP) – A solitary strike by Li Ying gave China a 1-0 victory over South Africa in Paris on Thursday and ensured that Germany are the first guaranteed qualifier for the last 16 of the women’s World Cup. Li, who was brought into the...
Related topics: China, Germany, France, Paris

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Speaking Out About Practicing Medicine In Ethiopia

I am a young physician practicing medicine in the “motherland” of God-gifted Ethiopia, which is located in eastern Africa, south of the Sahara Desert. I want to share my personal story, as well as to expose some of the serious problems...
Related topics: Sahara

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The American Cult Of Bombing

William J. Astore analyzes the fallacies behind the U.S. drive to wage war from the air.  By William J. Astore TomDispatch.com From Syria to Yemen in the Middle East, Libya to Somalia in Africa, Afghanistan to Pakistan in South Asia, an…Read...
Related topics: Syria, Yemen, Libya, Somalia, Afghanistan, Pakistan

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14 Lions On The Loose In South Africa, With Nowhere To Go

A pride of 14 lions is on the loose near a mining community bordering South Africa's Kruger National Park, officials said Friday, and warned members of the public to be alert.

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