Saturday, March 28, 2015

Racism is real, we know that. Another thing we know is that racism is very, very bad for business. Even more surprising is when there are businesses on the continent of...

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Rhodes statue: students occupy offices

Rhodes statue: students occupy offices

Mike Kroger

Mike Kroger  7 hours ago

Our country would be a wonderful place, if only a fraction of the ANC were as good as C. J. Rhodes was.

Friday, March 20, 2015

I am tired and sleepy. But every time I close my eyes, the image of Lihle Ngcobozi standing on that stage crying haunts me.
Lihle is completing her Masters deg...
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Professor PLO Lumumba gave a very moving speech at the 3rd Anti-corruption convention held on 2nd December 2013 in Kampla Uganda at the Hotel Africana

He brought out some very important key elements of why most African states and its people are still living in abject poverty even when Africa has lots of abundance in natural resources.

He bemoans why as African we still continue to elect thieves... See More
 — with Aubrey Sibusiso MasangoZwelinzima VaviLeata Wa MphuthiMako MaieaneTshilidzi MarwalaPatience Mpoetsi and Phehello Malekela at Parys Free State South Africa.

Monday, March 2, 2015

Homeless Man Shot and Killed By LA Cops

In Dred School v. John Sandford, the United States Supreme Court decided that "a black man had no rights that a white man was bound to respect". I submit that this video reinforces that decision, which was never expressly overruled by said court.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Sudan denies Darfur mass rape claims Video-Link

Darfur, Sudan

Death Squad Leader Paroled.

 Eugene De'Kock

South Africa Grants Parole to a Death-Squad Leader
By DAN BILEFSKY   JAN. 30, 2015

South Africa has granted parole to Eugene de Kock, the convicted death-squad leader widely known as “Prime Evil” because of his torture of black activists during the apartheid era, after he served two decades in prison, the Justice Ministry said on Friday.

Mr. de Kock, 66, was arrested in 1994 on charges including murder and kidnapping related to his time as commander of a notorious police unit based at the Vlakplaas farm near Pretoria, the capital.

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