Topic: South Africa

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Western-Backed Terrorism in the Congo: Where is General Laurent Nkunda?

Congo genocide by keith harmon snow Rwanda and Uganda, the U.S.-allied perpetual perpetrators of genocidal violence in the Congo, appear to have launched anot...   [ continue reading...]



Awesome Power Is On the Verge of Being Handed Over to Private Banks If TPP Passes

How does fast track really work? In March 2014, the Bank of England let the cat out of the bag: money is just an IOU, and the banks are rolling in it....   [ continue reading...]



Desperate whalers go north

Late last week the Winter Bay, a freighter carrying 1,800 tonnes of fin whale meat – Iceland's entire catch from the 2014 whaling season – arrived in Tromso...   [ continue reading...]



African leaders want indictments of Bush, Blair and Netanyahu — NPR

Omar al-Bashir of Sudan gets out of South Africa despite ICC charges against him, and Ofeibea Quist-Arcton says it's because African leaders see a double standa...   [ continue reading...]



In Max Blumenthal’s ‘The 51 Day War,’ Life in Gaza Looks Bleak, But Resistance is Growing

When American journalist Max Blumenthal arrived in the Gaza Strip on August 14, 2014, it was the 38th day of Israel’s bombardment of the coastal enclave....   [ continue reading...]



Qatar’s World Cup Preparations Could Kill as Many as 4,000 Migrant Workers

Workers at a construction site for the 2022 World Cup, in Doha, Qatar, Monday, May 4, 2015  (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo) While FIFA contin...   [ continue reading...]



Pension Funds Are Endangered by Plummeting Coal Prices

Jeffrey Beall / CC BY-SA 2.0 The pension funds relied on for financial security in old age by millions of teachers, public sector workers, health care workers...   [ continue reading...]



The political economy of personhood

Most humans have not been, and still are not, recognised as persons: gender and race remain prerequisites for recognition as an individual. | |...   [ continue reading...]



More Athletes Say Track Coach Alberto Salazar Broke Drug Rules

by David Epstein Updated (Jun. 12, 2015): Allegations that Alberto Salazar, the most powerful coach in U.S. track, has...   [ continue reading...]



Cartier Boss Says Thought of the Poor Rising Up Keeps Him ‘Awake at Night’

    South African businessman Johann Rupert, right, with actor Dennis Hopper in 2006. (AP / Alastair Grant) Johann Rupert, the multibillionaire owner of th...   [ continue reading...]



Saatchi’s Bill could harm thousands

Killing the Saatchi Bill was one of the few good things the Lib Dems achieved. Now, with no Coalition restraints, Saatchi is again trying to force his Bill thro...   [ continue reading...]



Shack dwellers take on the state in South Africa

Saranel Benjamin reports on efforts to prevent illegal evictions and educate people on their rights.   [ continue reading...]



The Enron of Sports: FIFA's Upheaval, from Corruption Arrests to Rising Death Toll in Qatar

In what's been described as the largest scandal in modern sports history, nine high-ranking soccer officials, including two current vice presidents of soccer's...   [ continue reading...]



Can America Heal After Ferguson? We Asked Desmond Tutu and His Daughter

South Africans surprised everyone by transitioning to a relatively peaceful post-apartheid society. Here’s what Americans can learn.   [ continue reading...]



South Africa | Words of the Prophet

Sub Heading:  One mosque’s radically different take on Islam Author: ...   [ continue reading...]



MLK: Why I Cannot Be Silent

Click here for reuse options! As we face possible military escalation in Afghanistan, Pakistan and elsewhere, King'...   [ continue reading...]



UN Makes History on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity

(Geneva) – The United Nations Human Rights Council, in a defining vote, adopted a resolution on June 30, 2016, on “Protection against violence and d...   [ continue reading...]



School Doors Closed for Millions

(London) – Discriminatory laws and policies and a lack of political will to carry out basic human rights obligations by countries around the globe are kee...   [ continue reading...]



Brazil: Extrajudicial Executions Undercut Rio Security

(Rio de Janeiro) – Rio de Janeiro state promised improvements in public security in preparation for the Olympics, but it has not done enough to address ex...   [ continue reading...]



EU: Use National Courts To Fight Impunity

(The Hague) – The European Union and its member states should make a commitment to further enhance national prosecutions of crimes under international law...   [ continue reading...]

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