Saturday, February 16, 2019
For nearly a century, “apartheid,” an Afrikaans word meaning “separateness,” defined South Africa by instituting racial segregation as the foundation of our political system. For our parents and grandparents, the apartheid years were the source of deep personal trauma. Their...
Forex or the trade of foreign currencies has become a very popular but a pretty much misunderstood method of making money. Many people think of it as a pyramid scheme or a get rich quick plan. When in truth...
A free South Africa for the melanin rich is just an illusion, narrated by imprisoned visions of the visually impaired new aged said to illustrate stories of citizens, claiming to be primary witnesses. There are two sides to a...
Lesiba: Lesiba Bapela is a social justice activist from Polokwane in the South African province of Limpopo. Having been exposed to anti-Zionist activism on campus while advocating for the rights of students, Bapela decided to visit Israel to see...
Since the dawn of 2007 urbanisation has took its toll on urban areas in which the number of people living in cities amounts to six billion out of the total world population. In 2050 it is estimated that 1.23...
Following the recent reports and the whole controversy around xenophobia, South Africa has a history of xenophobia, with violence which has left many foreigners either dead or injured, and many foreign migrants have been displaced, seeking refuge at police...
The sources of hostilities during the past 20th century among societies were mainly based on ideological rivalry. However, the underlying sources of hostility has in the 21st century shifted from ideologically-based causes to resource-based causes of violent conflict. Resource-based causes...
Growing up in South Africa, I became involved in politics at a young age. When I began studying for a law degree at the University of Witwatersrand – known locally as Wits – I joined both the South African...
Africans for peace together with Konrad Andenauer Stiftung hosted two Civil Society leaders from Venezuela at Wits University. The two leaders spoke about their involvement in Venezuela on how they bring about change and development in their communities. Their...

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