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Former President of the Republic of South Africa, Kgalema Motlanthe

Please accept my deeply felt condolences on the passing of Reverend Cedric Mayson.

As a spiritual person driven by deep Christian convictions, Reverend Mayson was a complete human being, a true devotee to the principles of justice and equality, as well as a believer in the vision of a united, non-racial, non-sexist, just and democratic South Africa. 170 more words


The 21st Century Pan-African Mind

By Jordan Stier

On 25 May 1963, an historic meeting of African leaders contributed enormously to the culmination of colonialism on the continent, the first great act of what would later be termed “Pan-Africanism”. 363 more words


Public consultation the ANC way. 'We tell - you listen.'


Author: Mike Cohen, Bloomberg|

20 March 2014 15:21

Mining law risks challenge if public not consulted

All nine provinces must have sufficient time to consult the public.

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1 dead 1 missing Chevron hands out Pizza and fizzy drink

Eat your pizza and shut up – is what Chevron appears to be saying to residents in Pennsylvania. What will it be in SA – pap n wors and a six pack of beer? 284 more words


South Africa: Zuma booed at Madiba memorial

Story from the Zambian Eye Website

Johannesburg – President Jacob Zuma received both cheers and boos as he made his way onto the stage for the memorial service of former president… 135 more words


Strikes, Alliance shenanigans and the very criminal justice system

Herewith an extract from my recent political news update.

Strikes – turbulence as the cycle hits the secular trend

Num (the National Union of Mineworkers) has served notice on the Chamber of Mines (COM) of its intention to strike across the gold sector, beginning with the Tuesday night shift this week. 1,389 more words

African National Congress

Government 'courting' a battle

National 22.8.2013 02.08 pm

Karoo anti-fracking groups “will go to court”

Theresa Taylor & Sapa

The Karoo near Willowmore, Eastern Cape. Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons (Winfried Bruenken) 399 more words