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The Devil in the details of South Africa's land expropriations

The Devil in the details of South Africa's land expropriations

South Africa’s governing party, the African National Congress (ANC), has done the impossible again! First, it succeeded in negotiating with the ...

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As expropriation looms, leftist tells farmers to leave behind their homes and tractors

As expropriation looms, leftist tells farmers to leave behind their homes and tractors

At rally to note Human Rights Day on Wednesday, controversial South African politician Julius Malema called on white to leave behind their property b ...

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Australia offers emergency visas to South African white farmers

Australia offers emergency visas to South African white farmers

Following a vote in February, South Africa passed a measure to amendment its constitution to allow land seizure without compensation. In the midst of ...

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South Africa's Zulus vow fight to the death to preserve their lands from expropriation

South Africa's Zulus vow fight to the death to preserve their lands from expropriation

In late February, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema of South Africa proposed a motion in the countrys parliament to amend a secti ...

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South African leftists vow to seize whites' farms without compensation

South African leftists vow to seize whites' farms without compensation

The South African parliament voted to seize lands owned by whites without compensation. A motion for “expropriation without compensation” ...

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Lt. Michael Hubert Thunder: a hero for veterans to remember

Lt. Michael Hubert Thunder: a hero for veterans to remember

I write this for today, Veteran's Day in the United States and Remembrance Day in the United Kingdom. The day in both countries used to be call ...

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Evangelical pastor warns of plot against Trump

Evangelical pastor warns of plot against Trump

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South Africa: Catholic bishops denounce modern warfare

Catholic bishops of Botswana, South Africa, and Swaziland denounced the conduct of war in Gaza, Iraq, and Syria, while calling on Muslims to eschew persecution of Christians and other minorities.

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Catholic bishops of southern Africa denounce laws discriminating against homosexuals

Catholic bishops of southern Africa denounce laws discriminating against homosexuals

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Obama eulogizes Mandela and bows to Castro

Obama eulogizes Mandela and bows to Castro

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Pope Francis joins leaders in tribute to Nelson Mandela

Pope Francis joins leaders in tribute to Nelson Mandela

President Obama is expected to attend Mandela's funeral on December 15.

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Nelson Mandela: 10 great quotes

Nelson Mandela: 10 great quotes

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Nelson Mandela: dead at 95

Nelson Mandela: dead at 95

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Obama warns Africa against the United States

Obama warns Africa against the United States

Obama signed on behalf of himself and Michelle the logbook at the prison that once held South African hero Nelson Mandela for 27 years.

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South Africa: Strikes roil platinum prices

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15 years of legal abortion in South Africa

15 years of legal abortion in South Africa

Approximately one million abortions have been performed in South Africa since abortion was legalised.

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Churches claim Durban conference is mankind's last chance

Churches claim Durban conference is mankind's last chance

Rev. Dr. Olav Fyske Tveit, who leads the World Council of Churches, says the upcoming climate conference in South Africa is mankind's 'last opportunity' to address climate change.

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Desmond Tutu: climate change is worse than apartheid

Desmond Tutu: climate change is worse than apartheid

Nobel Prize-winning Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu is calling on the world to join him in demanding that world leaders sign on to a renewal of the Kyoto Protocol this December in South Africa. Joining him is the 'human polar bear', among others.

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Anglicans praying for carbon emission reductions

Anglicans praying for carbon emission reductions

Anglicans are being called to pray for the COP 171 negotiations and the upcoming summit in South Africa, where a petition will be given to world leaders to commit to the Kyoto Protocol, cut emissions, and wealth transfer to the Third World.

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Otelo Burning: movie review

Otelo Burning: movie review

The taste of freedom in apartheid South Africa was bittersweet.

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