Friday, May 29, 2020

Tag: South Africa

U.S. Embassy Warns of Possible Terror Attacks...

The U.S. Embassy in South Africa is putting all United States tourists on high alert for terrorist attacks in the region. This comes after...

South Africa Hold Steady with Credit Rating...

South Africa narrowly held onto their Standard and Poor's investment credit rating but not without warning from the organization as the South African economy...

Find Out Why This Mother is Paying...

A Johannesburg mother pays hundreds of dollars so her daughter can get Brazilian hair extensions sewn into her head. After Hope negotiates with the hairstylist...

South African Commentator Delivers Near Flawless Statement...

between 0:59 - 3:13 A trial starts today in South Africa's highest court, accusing President Jacob Zuma of misusing public funds by failing to repay...

South Africa Deputy President: White Monopolies Must...

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has promised Black business that the government will spend billions on Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment in the coming years. "We are...

South Africa Launches New Renewable Clean Energy...

Barely a month after South Africa launched the continent’s first solar airport after Kochi India, the country has recorded another major milestone in renewable/clean...

South Africans Gather on Human Rights Day...

South Africans from all walks of life commemorated the Sharpeville Massacre on Monday, with politicians using the day to encourage national unity, while President...

Do South African Universities Exclude Black Students?

In the Genesis there is a country called South Africa with a university built by white people for economic purposes of white people. They...

Black Business Council Urges ANC to Help...

The Black Business Council urged the democratically elected national executive on Thursday to navigate the country through the crisis of allegations that the Gupta...

Oxford University Students Mark First Year of...

Students campaigned for the removal of the statue of Cecil Rhodes at Oxford University, and led a protest march past controversial landmarks in the...

South African Parliament Host Heated Debate on...

Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa on Tuesday proposed another national convention on nation-building to tackle racism during a highly charged parliamentary debate which...

South African Park Rangers Using Drones to...

The Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park in South Africa is the oldest game reserve on the continent, but park rangers there face an uphill battle against poachers...

Worst Drought in a Century Drains South...

South Africa’s worst drought in more than a century is taking its toll on the economy as farms cut jobs and the cost of...

#UFS Tensions Rise in Aftermath of Racial...

Protesters stormed a Rugby match Monday in an effort to bring attention to the suffering of outsourced cleaners at the University of Free State...

Scholar Brilliantly Outlines Failures of Mandela Era...

https://youtu.be/JqaZVH7cUJo?t=12m35s Between (12:35 - 14:42)

South Africa President Switches Gears About $23M...

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has made a U-turn in court over his refusal to repay some of the $23 million of state money...

South Africa Refuses to Declare National Disaster...

South Africa will not declare a national disaster in response to a drought that has hurt agricultural production, the country's deputy minister of agriculture,...

Former President F.W. de Klerk Claims South...

After 26 years South Africa is more divided than ever before. This was the view expressed by former president F.W. de Klerk at a conference...