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Jesse Jackson Pioneering civil rights, one speech at a time
“People love the martyrs, not the marchers. Martyrs may be idealised but marchers destroy the comfortable, they press us forward, they push us out of our comfort
17 Oct 2018 - A. V. D. B.
LEADER IN BUSINESS African Equity Empowerment Investments Limited (AEEI)
As a child during the Apartheid era of South Africa, Khalid Abdulla, CEO of African Equity Empowerment Investments Limited (AEEI), had a challenging, but happy youth. Growing up
21 Feb 2018
THE FALLING STANDARD OF BASIC EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA Education is seen as one of the major footstools to a growing economy. Education is essential in allowing countries to have educated leaders and an educated country. South Africa, in this sense, seems to have been missing the target.
Some of the reasons for this are rooted in Apartheid and the many decisions made regarding basic education thereafter. In the words of the late President Nelson Mandela,
30 Nov 2017 - A. M.
FORMER PRESIDENTS Our presidential legacies
The demise of the Apartheid regime and the first democratic elections, which subsequently took place on 27 April 1994, saw the ANC rise to power. This was an immense victory for
29 Aug 2017
RECONCILATION The truth be known
How much progress has South Africa really made since 1994?
12 Aug 2016
OPINION What is the new black?
White privileges, white tears and black anger
26 Feb 2016




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