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All elections offer choices and all of us are allowed to vote. So many parties are likely to appear on this year's ballot paper that the Independent Electoral Commission might face a serious printing challenge. Isn't the fact that we can all choose
Her dignified defiance changed the course of history, said state Sen. Nia Gill, D- Glen Ridge , who was keynote speaker Wednesday at a Black History Month celebration at the Passaic County Administration Building in Paterson . Until Parks put ideas
Search Kenneth Tellis Year before last a group of South African Black brought their case of discrimination again U.S. companies that colluded with the South African apartheid regime and upheld all sections of the apartheid laws. The Manhattan
We've come a long way since then, according to a report issued last week by the Council on Contemporary Families...Gone are the days when segregationists in Congress proudly declared they would resist "social equality" and racial "intermingling" to "
Quick divorce of white-black alliance leaves ANC without strong contender A failed bid by two strong women to form alliance and a 'post-Mandela' politics means a return to the status quo. With elections this spring, the public may be the real loser.
Comment has tended to focus on the possibility of a new political party in 2019 or whether all this means that Zwelenzima Vavi will get his job back. As such, the greater significance of the biggest trade union in the country throwing in its lot with
I took a complete break over Christmas and New Year but instead of going somewhere sensible like Scotland or Sri Lanka I went to South Africa and Lesotho. Sunshine everyday and magnificent scenery with lots of Braais, Boerewors and wine, but it was
AP Today, the hope generated by Mandela's South Africa has been tempered with huge inequalities as well as severe unemployment across the country. The issues South Africa faces would be serious enough at any time, but will be especially important
In the first of a new series on ambassadors in New Zealand, we talk to South African High Commissioner Zodwa Lallie. Zodwa Lallie delivers a tribute at the Nelson Mandela memorial service at Holy Trinity Cathedral in Auckland. Photo / Natalie Slade
Planning Minister Trevor Manuel. (Paul Botes, M&G) The dismissal of Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois by the Independent Newspapers's new owner last month, has led to an ugly public spat between two senior ANC members. Provincial secretary of the ANC