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2015/02/24 21:42
2015/02/24 21:42
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I was barely alive for the Cold War. I mean, I was alive, but I don’t particularly remember it. I was born in 1982. But I still have a deep American kneejerk suspicion of Soviet communism. What can I...
2015/02/24 21:42
2015/02/24 21:42
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2015/02/24 18:12
2015/02/24 18:12
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The head of Greenpeace International, Kumi Naidoo, was targeted by intelligence agencies as a potential security threat ahead of a major international summit, leaked documents reveal. Information...
2015/02/24 17:03
2015/02/24 17:03
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The last time I penned on ‘political dissent in our parliament’ I met the following response from online commentators, “Putting lots of spin on the current state of Parliament to suit your masters...
2015/02/19 14:52
2015/02/19 14:52
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Walmart opens its wallet to give pay raisesWalmart opens its wallet to give pay raises The Associated Press reports that Walmart, based in Bentonville, Arkansas, will dole out raises to about half a...
2015/02/19 03:10
2015/02/19 03:10
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The Albany Civil Rights Institute partners with Thronateeska Heritage Center to highlight how African American athletes often make a difference of the court or field. At an "Athletes and Activism"...
2015/02/18 13:34
2015/02/18 13:34
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DAILY NEWSAlbie Sachs arrives at the screening of the documentary on his life at the Howard College Theatre at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Photo: Zanele Zulu Durban - Deeply saddening and...
2015/02/16 23:45
2015/02/16 23:45
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Writer Alice Walker earned a Pulitzer Prize for her novel The Color Purple, which was later adapted into film. As a civil rights activist she walked in the 1963 March on Washington and volunteered to...
2015/02/11 07:20
2015/02/11 07:20
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Today marks the 25th anniversary of anti-apartheid campaigner Nelson Mandela’s release from prison in South Africa after 27 years of confinement. His struggle for equality inspired millions of people...
2015/02/06 17:31
2015/02/06 17:31
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It's a Friday evening on the Stanford campus, and as the sun sinks behind the Dish, the members of one student choral ensemble make their way to rehearsal. Inside the appropriately named Harmony...
2015/02/06 13:12
2015/02/06 13:12
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By Gib McInnis On Tuesday 3 February, Reuters News agency reported that the head of a UN inquiry into last summer's Israeli military offensive "Protective Edge" in Gaza has said William Schabas, a...
2015/01/30 19:20
2015/01/30 19:20
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Kamal Uddin, a Bangladeshi shop owner, clears his shop on January 23, 2015. Townships around Johannesburg including Soweto have been hit by looters targeting foreign owned stores. (Stefan Heunis...
2015/01/30 12:36
2015/01/30 12:36
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Ahmed Kathrada was one of the big names of South Africa's anti-apartheid struggle. He was sentenced to life in prison and spent time alongside Nelson Mandela on Robben Island. After 26 years in...
2015/01/30 11:36
2015/01/30 11:36
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Share this page Eugene Alexander de Kock, nicknamed "Prime Evil" by the media in South Africa, was part of the apartheid killing machine. News of his parole after serving 20 years in a South African...
2015/01/29 15:03
2015/01/29 15:03
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Eugene de Kock (File) Cape Town – One of the apartheid regime's most notorious killers, former Vlakplaas commander Eugene de Kock, will find out on Friday whether he will get the parole he has been...
2015/01/26 17:30
2015/01/26 17:30
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Whether with the jihadists in Libya, working on both sides of the dirty war in Algeria, manipulating the Tuareg in Mali, or working with the Saudis, the French intelligence and security have worked...
2015/02/24 21:42
2015/02/24 21:42
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