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- Ma Ngobo's Place at Scenery Park
i often drink here to the laughter of myths a rebellion of conscience seems so far.
- Poetry: Beaten But Not Bruised, For Black Stars in 2010
I am here to say what score-lines, statistics will not show, not say
- Mdantsane Black, Poems of Mdantsane
black are we grown from unseen embers
- Gary lives in Mdantsane, Tales of Mdantsane
gary laughed out aloud there is a white man in his cage
- Disaster Can Be An Opportunity
When we are living in the present, the remarkability of events is not felt due to the dynamic continuity but after some period.
- Siviwe, Poems of Mdantsane
there is no more the bush war nor the beatings....
- No Cop-out At Copenhagen
Copenhagen climate meet produces some positives
- Mdantsane Spaza - Poems of Mdantsane
death has no color here in peaceful mdantsane
- Mxolisi Nyezwa: Winner of the Thomas Pringle National Award for Poetry, South Africa 2009
Mxolisi Nyezwa wins the National Thomas Pringle Award for Poetry in South Africa
- Poetry: Yellow Sky - Poems on Mdantsane
Mdantsane is the second biggest township after Soweto, South Africa. This watercolor is of Unit 3 of Mdantsane.
- Mdantsane, Poems of a Township
what is liberation so precious now
- Mdantsane, South Africa - Poems Of A Black Township
a river of so many people touched the sun the sky with their fist once.
- Poetry: Mdantsane - Still Breathing
the hospital wall catches a permanent tan too
- Did Muslims Never Carry Out The Slave Trade?
Have Muslims been the master of enslavement, sex-slavery, and slave-trade from its birth to the present day?
- Nelson Mandela at 91 - The World's Greatest Living Leader
Nelson Mandela, the world's greatest living leader turned 91 today.
- Will Mousavi Go The Tsvangirai Way?
Like Tsvangirai, Mousavi is likely to strike a deal with the evil regime he was once a part of.
- Dalai Lama Refused Entry Into South Africa
Millions of South Africans living in the country and overseas felt ashamed and disgusted at their government's refusal to issue visa to the Dalai Lama
- Poetry: And I Knew Him
And I Knew Him..... A Poem on South Africa
- The Crisis in Sri Lanka: Canada's Role
Do we have an appetite to see the world beyond Iraq and Afghanistan? If so, this could be Canada's moment.
- Book Review: Down Memory Lane by Ravi Govender
An unforgettable narration of the Indian community’s resistance to alien laws, their sacrifices and finally their victory over all odds.
- South Africa, A New Destiny
South African politics at a critical juncture
- Congo Connection - 3
General Laurent Nkunda says 'I want people like you with me who understand the heart of Congo'
- Congo Connection 2
Somewhere at a plush estate in Midrand, Johannesburg a deal of millions of dollars of armaments is being made. The gun sellers fuel the civil
- Iraq - Shoe-ing Away The Question
What if it's true? is a question, better avoided than asked.
- Congo Connection 1
Leopoldville, Congo after that
- Poem: Children of Congo
I remember you once Stood here with all in idealism
- Book Review: The Book of Saladin by Tariq Ali
Tariq Ali shows Saladin as a schemer and a planner with only one objective – the re-capture of Jerusalem.
- Food or Fuel - A Hobson's Choice
What is worrying now is not that food shortages are happening but the reasons why they are happening.
- African Union Troops Help Take Back Anjouan, Comoros
Some stupid questions on the Comoros crisis.
- US Bombs Somalia, Sticks Her Nose in Palestinian and Colombian Affairs
America does more good with its voice rather than its weapons.
- Gillian Gibbons Released, Teddy Mo' No More
The entire ruckus over Muhammad the Teddy Bear was much to do about nothing. The kids meant no harm, the teacher definitely meant no offense.
- Interview with Suchitra Vijayan: Lines of Grey and Social Change Through Photography
Grey remains grey when its colour spectrum is inverted, and therefore has no opposite and alternately is its own opposite.
- The Bell Curve and Its Relevance to India
Working towards a higher average IQ is the most significant investment we can make today.
- Regulation of Foreign Land Ownership Proposed in South Africa
Remember that land redistribution is extra-ordinarily difficult to pull off successfully.
- Short Story: A Slow Death
She must’ve sinned, she thought: all those desires that she felt for Amin-they were sins.
- The Rape of the Congo and the Ghost of Neo-colonialism
A history of plunders and pillage from King Leopold II to Mobutu.