South Africa

Xenophobia: Cyril Ramaphosa has sent out special envoys to African countries after he was booed at burial of Robert Mugabe

16th September 2019

A special envoy made up of three government officials has been sent out to 7 African countries following his being booed at Mugabe’s burial. He was booed on 14 September in Harare. The special envoy which was dispatched by the South African President is made up of Jeff Radebe (former Minister), Khulu Mbatha (veteran leader […]

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Marc Buckner, 36, is the new Bachelor SA

10th September 2019

In Cape Town, M-Net has just announced the name of South Africa’s newest Bachelor. This six-pack man will be looking for love in The Bachelor season 2.  Previously, Lee Thompson was not able to find that love- no perfect match. This is a reality dating show and Marc Buckner is the newest Bachelor to watch during […]

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Captain André van Lill worked as a police cameraman for 34 out of 42 years in police service

6th June 2019

Captain André van Lill worked as a police cameraman for 34 out of 42 years in police service He has seen it all, just 8 years into his career as a police officer, Captain Andre van Lill started his career as a police cameraman. Captain just retired from Western Cape SAPs after 42 years of […]

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“We don’t want your vote if you hate Africans,” Julius Malema speaking on Xenophobia (video)

31st March 2019

“We don’t want your vote if you hate Africans,” Julius Malema speaking on Xenophobia (video) I find Julius Malema of South Africa to be a very rational person. I this case he is a thinker trying to instill sense into the cruel, harsh and dangerous xenophobic men and women of his county. Listen and watch […]

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Xenophobia rises again in South Africa

31st March 2019

Xenophobia rises again in South Africa It is wrong for a leader of a nation to call for Xenophobia the way this president is doing. “Everybody just arise in our townships and rural areas and set up baseses without licenses and permits we are going to bring this to an end. Those who are operating […]

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Daily news

Leading Newspapers 

10th November 2018

Newspapers  The following is a list of leading South African newspapers: Sunday Times Daily Sun  News24 Times Live   Sunday Times Live  Mail & Guardian  Sowetan Live  eNCA Daily Maverick  DisptachLive Bonus Link Leading newspapers in Nigeria The Guardian The Vanguard  The Punch  The Nigerian Tribune This Day The Daily Sun The Nation The Daily Champion The […]

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My Trip to South Africa Nov 2017

19th March 2018

My Trip to South Africa Nov 2017 Read More: HIV Prevalence in Africa Sharing is Caring:0

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Former President Jacob Zuma.

Jacob Zuma Resigns as President of South Africa

15th February 2018

Jacob Zuma Resigns as President of South Africa Jacob Zuma the president of South Africa has been forced to resign by African National Congress (ANC) on corruption allegations. Bloomberg reported that after Zuma’s resignation, the Rand jumped to the highest against the dollar. This was good news to the local economy. Jacob Zuma has been […]

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20th December 2017

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA IS THE NEW ANC PRESIDENT Comrade Cyril Ramaphosa is officially the new ANC President. When he was announced as the new president his supporters erupted with applause. Cyril Ramaphosa has lots of experience in business. That might be what South Africa needs to transform itself to give hope to many unemployed South Africans. […]

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The Streets of Pretoria and Jo’burg are beautiful

25th November 2017

The Streets of Pretoria and Jo’burg are beautiful I visited the South African streets of Pretoria and Jo’burg recently. This is story highlights their beautiful streets. Enjoy watching the video below. Specifically prepared for you. Read More: Democracy by Mistake Nasa Coalition in Machakos unveil their president Sharing is Caring:0

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Private security guards

Role of Civil Society in private security governance

14th November 2017

Role of Civil Society in private security governance  Globally, private security is increasingly becoming an issue of concern and a thorn in the flesh of human rights. A lot need to be done to address the issues affecting private security governance. In this blog article we will cover ideas brought forth by Sabelo Gumedze of […]

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Jacob Zuma


9th August 2017

JACOB ZUMA SURVIVES VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE AGAINST HIM Jacob Zuma, the President of South Africa was for facing a vote of ‘no confidence’ for the 8th time since he got into power in 2009. It’s now official that Zuma has 9 lives of a cat. Already he has consumed his 8 lives. He is […]

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Zuma palace


4th June 2017

ZUMA OWNS A LUXURIOUS HOME IN DUBAI President Jacob Zuma is reported to own a luxurious home in Dubai courtesy of the Gupta brothers. His immediate neighbor is Robert Gabriel Mugabe, the current and only president of Zimbambwe since 1980. The estate is closely guarded where he owns Villa L35 situated on Lailak Street in […]

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Kenya Issues Travel Advisory Against South Africa

9th May 2017

Dr. Monica Juma Kenya’s Principal Secretary for Foreign Affairs issued a security alert on travelling to South Africa citing rising crime levels in the country. In that security alert issued to political and government officials Dr. Juma listed mugging, armed robberies, rape, theft, carjacking and burglary as some of the crimes which make South Africa unsafe.  […]

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Dr. Petrus Molemela

Dr Petrus Molemela a businessman extraordinaire

26th March 2017

Dr Petrus Molemela died at 83  Molemela was born in 1933 and died aged 83.  He was a great businessman and Bloemfontein Celtic Football club owner and chief executive officer. Some people compare him to Nelson Mandela when it comes to football.  Dr Petrus Molemela is remembered for his generosity to his people. He never […]

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Cyril Ramaphosa

Cyril Ramaphosa for President, South Africa

17th January 2017

Cyril Ramaphosa is a presidential candidate on an African National Congress (ANC).

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Prof. Rok Ajulu

Loss of a Pan Africanist: Prof. Rok Ajulu

6th January 2017

DEATH OF PROF. ROK AJULU: SCHOLAR PER EXCELLENCE It is with profound sadness that  we announce the death of Prof. Rok Ajulu. He was the beloved husband of Lindwe Sisulu, South Africa’s Minister for Human Settlements and member of parliament since 1994. It is reported on Social Media that Professor Ajulu was working on a […]

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Facebook Grew by 18% in Kenya

30th August 2016

There are 5.3 million Facebook users in Kenya. This number has grown from 4.3 million users in 2015. This is a 18.6% increase in the number of users.  Facebook Africa estimates that half of this populations are Daily Active Users (DAU). If you open and use your Facebook account every day then you are a […]

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Forbes Magazine Founder: Bertie Charles Forbes

28th August 2016

Forbes was founded by Bertie Charles Forbes. He was born on 14 May, 1880 and died on May, 1956. He was a financial journalist who studied in his home country Scotland. He started working in Scotland before proceeding to South Africa and later to the United States. In 1901, he arrived at Johannesburg, South Africa […]

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South African Rands

South Africa: The Land of Protesters in Pictures

21st August 2016

Johannesburg, South Africa It has been long overdue since we visited Johannesburg City on May, 2016 to learn strategies that the civil society organizations use to ensure citizens get access to basic services. In this blog I will share with you my experiences and what lessons I learnt.The photos below summarizes          […]

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