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Samantha Chung Newtown Tony Abbott needs to be careful not to exclude a deal with Holden. It's all very well for the Coalition's economic ''dries'' to wail about giving blank cheques to car makers, but the domino and political effects of an industry
Jonathan Cook is an award-winning British journalist based in Nazareth, Israel. On Dec. 7, 2013, the "Information Clearing House” published an article by Cook entitled, “A Dissenting Opinion on http://www.allvoices.com/
The church service at the Mqhekezweni Circuit Qunu Society had quite a high ANC presence. (Delwyn Verasamy, M&G) The ANC in the OR Tambo district has strongly denied that it used its Nelson Mandela prayer event on Sunday as an electioneering platform.
Mainstream Arab news channels downplayed Nelson Mandela's death as their counterparts elsewhere in the world devoted considerable time to its coverage and flashed it as the top news of the day. Popular Arab TV stations, on the contrary, continued to
Reuters Video Prime Minister Stephen Harper wrote a message in both French and English in a book of condolences for Nelson Mandela on Parliament Hill. Harper wrote that Canadians "mourn the loss of an example for us all." But Mr. Mandela's death only
When the South African who often draws comparisons with the Mahatma chose Long Walk to Freedom as the title for his autobiography, he was paying a tribute to his Indian hero: Jawaharlal Nehru. There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere, Nehru had
AFP In Summary How did Mandela, a man who several times refused to renounce violence to win his freedom, win the prize? Mandela and de Klerk were praised around the world for averting catastrophe and making peace at a time when killings were
December 6, 2013 Colin Eglin, a South African politician who was at the forefront of his country's white, liberal opposition to apartheid and who then helped draft the Constitution that ended it in 1993, died on Nov. 29 in Cape Town...His death was
While most of the world mourns the death of Nelson Mandela, the former leader of the African National Congress (ANC) and first president of post-apartheid South Africa, the right-wing media and blogosphere are jubilating at the death of yet
Among the world's big emerging markets, South Africa has been one of the more notable underperformers . The country continues to struggle with slow economic growth and high unemployment at 27%. Citi's Gina Schoeman anticipates "more downside risk"