Blog Posts - Apartheid



Nelson Mandela Caricature

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by Fin Fan Fun Photo & Video on Jul 19, 2016

¿Quien era el comunista más peligroso del mundo para la CIA?

La Agencia Central de Inteligencia (CIA) de Estados Unidos tuvo un papel clave en el arresto del líder sudafricano Nelson Mandela, que condujo a su juicio y encarcelamiento por más de 27 años, informaron en Pretoria medios locales.De acuerdo con u...
by Islamía on May 15, 2016

Antisemitism and the new McCarthyism in our midst

There has emerged a new and ugly McCarthyism in our midst that if not confronted will ensure the ignominy and disgrace of the left in this generation and for generations to come. Instead of fuelling a political witchhunt of supporters or sympathisers...
by Socialist Unity on Apr 28, 2016

Knowing Johannesburg like a pro

You can name it Johannesburg, but then you are anything else than a pro, or a local. Locals name it Jozi, or Joburg. Name it like that, and you will be much nearer to locals. Fact is, that that... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by Travel on Apr 12, 2016

SOUTH AFRICA - Seeking Forgiveness

"A ruthless defender of apartheid now seeks forgiveness" PBS NewsHour 2/17/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  In South Africa, thousands were killed and tens of thousands were detained under the watch of former apartheid-era government official Adriaan Vlok.&...
by Mage Soapbox on Feb 22, 2016

Racism in India: Why Indian news channels don't have dark complexioned anchors, news readers?

The mob attack on a girl from Tanzania and the alleged misbehaviour with her, has once again led to a debate over racism in India.We may not acknowledge but racism--colour prejudice is deeply ingrained in our minds.So deep is the prejudice against da...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Feb 5, 2016

South Africa Honors Peter Hain for Anti-apartheid fight

Peter Hain, a peer of the British House of Lords have been recognized for his fight against the popular anti-apartheid system by the South African government. The former Neath MP was awarded the... This is a content summary only. Visit www.cp-...

Por qué se rebela la población palestina

Marc Vandepitte.-- De nuevo hay una enorme agitación en Palestina que tiene como consecuencia decenas de muertos y heridos. ¿Qué motiva a estos palestinos?¿Se puede detener esta limpieza étnica «a cámara lenta»? Marc Vandepitte intenta respon...
by Islamía on Oct 24, 2015

Wilhelm Verwoerd, Nelson Mandela, and a Family Torn Apart

In Part One of this series I talked about Wilhelm Verwoerd and the legacy of his grandfather Hendrik. I left it off with Wilhelm leaving for Europe in the 1980s, where by virtue of being exposed to a more liberal worldview he became increasingly disi...
by Joburg Expat on Oct 8, 2015

Meeting Wilhelm Verwoerd: Grandson of Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd, Architect of Apartheid

To think that I had to move many thousand miles away from South Africa to learn all about this man who is so inextricably linked with its history: Hendrik Verwoerd. Any South African will immediately know his name, but as an expat you may not be as...
by Joburg Expat on Oct 5, 2015

I’ll probably get a visit from some Nazi goons

Comments wasted on the brainwashed.
by What’s All This, Then? on Sep 8, 2015

Social Protest Lit.: Nelson Mandela, South African President, etc.

An excerpt from the 1961 statement “The Struggle is My Life” by Nelson Mandela . Mandela was a South African apartheid foe sentenced to life in prison in 1964 and not released until 1990. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 and was elect...
by Sparking the Left on Aug 5, 2015

Social Protest Lit.: Nelson Mandela, South African President, etc.

An excerpt from the 1961 statement “The Struggle is My Life” by Nelson Mandela . Mandela was a South African apartheid foe sentenced to life in prison in 1964 and not released until 1990. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 and was elect...
by Sparking the Left on Aug 5, 2015

Two Countries, Two Churches, One Wrong

When I started writing this blog post a few months ago, I had no idea that this topic would once again be at the forefront of our nation's conscience. That once again unspeakable evil would occur in the basement of a church. That this post would not...
by Joburg Expat on Jun 29, 2015

South Africa's opposition Democratic Alliance votes in first black leader

JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) party said it voted Mmusi Maimane as leader on Sunday, making him the first black person to head the traditionally white party. The party hopes the move will widen its appeal The post...
by Tech Pinoy on May 10, 2015

Why is the American Federation of Teachers Promoting Israeli Apartheid?

American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten led a propaganda tour to Israel and uses her union to push J Street’s anti-Palestinian-rights agenda. (Flickr) The Israel lobby group J Street has just wrapped up its annual conferen...
by Actualité Distincte on Mar 27, 2015

The Cutter’s Mildly Informative Post about South Africa

Last week, our au pair visited her family in her native country of South Africa. We were slightly concerned that the house would completely fall apart without her, but we managed to survive. I did warn her that if she didn’t come back, I &#...
by The Cutter Rambles on Mar 23, 2015

55 years after Sharpville the struggle continues against racism and apartheid

Today was Stand Up to Racism Day in London, part of the UN's International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. It is celebrated on March 21st because that is the day in 1960 when 69 people were killed by police who opened fire on an ant...
by wembleymatters on Mar 21, 2015

Israel’s emphatic election result embraces the Apartheid state

Israel’s new Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, now has a mandate from Israelis to implement his policy: no Palestinian state, and preferential rights for Jewish Israelis. Let’s be quite clear where that takes you: Apartheid South Africa. 75% of...
by Scholars & Rogues on Mar 18, 2015

10 reasons to visit South Africa

Safari, exotic animals, Zulus, football, rugby, extreme sports, incredible beaches, parks, hotels and restaurants of the highest quality, some of the best wines in the world and a history overwhelming. These are just some of the ingredients that have...
by We care about your travel on Feb 17, 2015


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