Topic: South Africa

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Peter Dutton and the importance of being ‘civilised’

Carlo SandsIssue 1174March 23, 2018AnalysisCarlo’s CornerracismcomedyAustraliaThe very civilised immigration minister Peter Dutton. Explaining his ca...   [ continue reading...]

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South Africa: Trade Unions Call for General Strike on April 25 against Anti-Labour Reforms

South Africa: Trade Unions Call for General Strike on April 25 against Anti-Labour Reforms Pranjal Thu, 03/22/2018 - 20:35   [ continue reading...]

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The Fast Food Labor Movement Has Gone Global

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South Africa: Trade Unions Welcome Zuma Prosecution

South Africa: Trade Unions Welcome Zuma Prosecution seema Tue, 03/20/2018 - 20:06   [ continue reading...]

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Alternatives from the Ground Up

This commentary, an input at a Globalization School debate in Cape Town, engages current labor and Left debates on building alternatives, drawing on the experie...   [ continue reading...]

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In 1974 CIA Claimed Israeli Nuclear Missiles Could Hit Neighbors

The Central Intelligence Agency believed that by 1974 Israel could strike all of its bordering countries with nuclear-tipped two-stage Jericho missiles. Israel...   [ continue reading...]

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Racial Preferences: Peter Dutton and White South African Farmers

It has been the great misfit Australian policy since the 1990s: a refugee and immigration policy that shows itself to be scrupulously fair, calculable and clean...   [ continue reading...]

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South Africa needs real land reform, but is this it?

Issue 1173March 16, 2018Worldfarmers' rightsanti-racismSouth AfricaExploited farm workers and landless people are hungry, angry and ready to take land.The...   [ continue reading...]

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The New York Times and National Geographic Are Reckoning With Their Sexist and Racist Pasts in Very Different Ways

NatGeo admits its flaws, while the Times dodges. In the past few weeks, legacy media groups have started engaging in introspective conversations on the co...   [ continue reading...]

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UN Body Freezing Out Human Rights Groups

Expand The United Nations logo is pictured in front of the United Nations Headquarters buil...   [ continue reading...]

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Land Conundrums: a Tale of Three Apartheids

The word apartheid achieved global notoriety during the height of White rule in South Africa.  It then extended at least to one other country where blatant...   [ continue reading...]

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State, corporate and chiefly power is being contested from below in South Africa

What is the transformative potential that emerges from these struggles around land? Dried-up la...   [ continue reading...]

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Biodiversity and Land Degradation: New Expert Insights

Emma Archer Van Garderen, Co-chair of the IPBES Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Africa, is Chief Researcher in natural resources and the en...   [ continue reading...]

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Saudi Prince Visits UK as Britain Boosts Murderous Arms Sales

Saudi Prince Visits UK as Britain Boosts Murderous Arms Sales seema Sat, 03/10/2018 - 14:40 The UK gave a royal welcome to Crown Prince Mohammed b...   [ continue reading...]

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Is America Willing to Launch World War III to Beat Putin for Oil Pipelines?

A new study suggests U.S. and Russian antagonism could spark a global nuclear conflict between the two superpowers. Published by Insurge Intelligence...   [ continue reading...]

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New billboard campaign raises awareness about child prisoners held by Israel

Two new billboards in Connecticut raise awareness about Ahed Tamimi, the 17-year-old Palestinian activist who now faces up to 10 years in Israeli prison, and th...   [ continue reading...]

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South Africa: Ramaphosa talks left, walks right

Patrick BondIssue 1172DurbanMarch 8, 2018WorldausteritySouth AfricaNew South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.New South African President Cyril Ramaphosa...   [ continue reading...]

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Cape Town May Avoid Running Out of Water

On Wednesday, officials in Cape Town, South Africa, which is in the midst of a water crisis caused by a three-year drought, finally delivered some goo...   [ continue reading...]

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Mining and Brexit - from Cornwall to the Commonwealth

Whilst other businesses worry about Brexit, well-placed mining companies and politicians with ideas of 'Empire 2.0...   [ continue reading...]

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Income Inequality in the U.S. Is Even Worse Than You've Been Led to Believe

Click here for reuse options! Data show the country is failing its lower and middle-income earners miserably. T...   [ continue reading...]

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