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South Africa’s apartheid shame – Visiting Soweto

Approaching Soweto today, it’s hard to think of this sprawling township on the edge of Johannesburg as a where the beginning of the end of apartheid was triggered after scenes of brutal racial oppression were witnessed on TV news bulletins around the world. 1,588 more words

South Africa

Alabama and Political Apartheid

Another thing about Alabama: they suffer from a slightly-worse case of Southern Political Apartheid than Georgia does. Alabama, like the rest of the South (save, maybe, for Florida) has one of the most racially-stratified political systems in the country. 53 more words


White SA: Racist or in Recovery?

By Jordan Pickering

When I was a child in the 80s, our gardener’s son once wistfully confessed that he wished he was a European. I remember it vividly because it made absolutely no sense to me. 1,193 more words

No Filter

Cape Town, South Africa


First Impression

After a short 2 hour flight, Danielle and I arrived in Cape Town. Almost immediately, I could tell I was no longer in Johannesburg. 2,215 more words

A Top Israeli Diplomat Publicly Admits What Netanyahu Won’t

Tzipi Hotovely might not be a great diplomat, but her blunt communication style can be a great help in clarifying matters. This was certainly the case with her… 109 more words

Two-state Solution

Apartheid: Then And Now !

An op-ed that I wrote for Ace News Room…….

There is much going on in the Holy Land but for some reason the media will not report on it……that is unless it has something to do with Israel…..any negativity will NOT be reported. 76 more words

International Situations

comparison and contrast between poems of oswald Mtshali and Dennis brutus as an attack on apartheid system


Brutus during an interview with Cosmo Pieterse (October 1966) already shared his own view of the atmosphere in which himself and other South Africans operate. 1,291 more words