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EFF Leader Calls for Constitutional Amendment to...

In a passionate speech on Feb. 28, 2017, Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, encouraged members of South Africa's Parliament to stand...

Mbalula to Force South African Sports to...

South Africa’s sports minister has announced that he will no longer “beg for racial transformation”, but will start forcing the country’s sporting federations to...

Social Media Storm Over Racist Facebook Rant...

Her name is Penny Sparrow and, over the course of two days, she went from being an anonymous South African real estate agent to...

New Book Tears Apart Benevolent Image of...

Gandhi is well known as the inspiration for Dr. Martin Luther King’s nonviolent resistance and direct action.  Nelson Mandela even praised him for helping...

World’s First Black Flight Attendant, Doualla-Bell Smith,...

The world's first Black flight attendant did not have friendly skies to serve. Indeed, in making history and opening the path for other African-American...

10 Most Expensive Pieces Of African Art...

'Senufo Female Statue' The Senufo Female Statue, carved by an artist known as the Master of Sikasso, is a Cote d’Ivoiran rare piece that sold...

25 Years After End of Apartheid, Remaining...

Only 53 percent of whites in South Africa believed that apartheid was a crime against humanity, according to a decade-long study on race relations in...

Cape Town Highway Named After Last Apartheid...

A Cape Town highway was renamed after the last president of South Africa’s white-minority apartheid government, FW de Klerk, on Wednesday despite fierce opposition. The...

20 Years After Apartheid Ended, Blacks in...

Zelda la Grange was the poster child for the “rainbow nation.” She was the blonde Afrikaner girl who grew up in a racist pro-apartheid...

Miss World 2014 Continues Trend of White...

About a billion people watched Miss South African, Rolene Strauss, become Miss World 2014 on Sunday, making her the third white woman from South...

Zambia Gets a White President After Sata’s...

With the death of Zambia President Michael Sata on Tuesday, the African continent now gets something it hasn't seen since the days of apartheid:...

U.S. Corporation’s Apartheid Accusations Dismissed in Court

U.S. Court ruled against legal battle that accuses U.S. companies of providing software and machinery to South African apartheid government. After a 12 year legal...

13 Facts You May Not Have Known...

Nelson Mandela: The Man Called Madiba Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was born July 18, 1918. In November 2009, the United Nations General Assembly declared his birthday...

South Africa Renews Law Allowing Claims For...

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa --  South Africa has relaunched a claims process that would allow Black families who were removed from their land under apartheid rule...

Jamaica Hailed For Early Action Against Apartheid

Jamaica's pioneering role in the fight to dismantle the evil regime of apartheid was highlighted during a memorial service in tribute to Nelson Mandela...

Sharpton: Don’t ‘Sugarcoat’ History by Forgetting Reagan...

Nelson Mandela's death has prompted an outpouring of effusive praise from the media and politicians across the political spectrum, but Rev. Al Sharpton pointed...

Nelson Mandela Health: Vegetative or Responsive?

Nelson Mandela has spent almost a month in Pretoria's Mediclinic Heart Hospital and there has been much speculation about the state of his health. According...

Nelson Mandela Responding Positively to Treatment of...

South Africa remains anxious over the health of former President Nelson Mandela, who has "responded positively" to treatment for a lung infection during his...

Global Icon Nelson Mandela Hospitalized, As World...

After Nelson Mandela was hospitalized yesterday in Pretoria, South African President Jacob Zuma felt it necessary to issue a statement assuring South Africans and...
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