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Sometimes blogging translates into tangible reality - with Phillippa Yaa de Villers in Ghana

I am happiest when I am able to make connections with other writers based on the work I do here on my blog. I should tell you this story. 359 more words


Dr. Langa visits Rhodes

By Ntombovuyo Ngaphu

Award-winning writer, Dr. Langa’s background and his huge involvement in the political struggle justifies his interest in exploring and writing about the South African political history. 425 more words


i remember you from our days

The writer Mia Couto wrote an open letter to the president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma. The man from Mozambique remembers the days that Zuma lived in exile in the country north of the border. 35 more words


Israeli Occupation Denies South African Education Minister Entry To Palestine

BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — The South African minister of higher education said late Thursday that he had been denied entry to Palestine by Israeli authorities in revenge for political stances against Israeli policies. 429 more words


Get rid of the Zionist Mythological Narrative

Get rid of the Zionist Mythological Narrative

Miko Peled, son of General Matityahu Peled and author of the highly acclaimed book “The General’s Son”[1… 634 more words



As much as we’d most prefer to forget about apartheid and demolish what’s left of it that is the statues, buildings and all that, it is always good to reflect back at what used to be and anyway it’s part of our heritage whether we like it or not . 465 more words

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