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"On Oct. 24, Trump’s team began placing spots on select African American radio stations."

"In San Antonio, a young staffer showed off a South Park-style animation he’d created of Clinton delivering the 'super predator' line (using audio from her original 1996 sound bite), as cartoon text popped up around her: 'Hillary Thinks...Show More Summary

African press review 27 October 2016

South Africa comes under fire for inspiring an African revolt against the International Criminal Court while a Nigerian wizard on a "plantain leaf" jet en route to the UK crashes into a Niger Delta State river.

Using South Africa’s Version of the N-Word May Soon Mean Jail Time

3 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

A South African woman is on trial after a racist tirade was caught on video, and lawmakers are moving to make hate speech a crime punishable by imprisonment.

South Africa's finance minister declines to comment on ANC backing

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African finance minister Pravin Gordhan declined on Thursday to respond to a question on whether he was confident of the support from his party, the ruling African National Congress (ANC).

A race apart

South African democracy has not, on the whole, been kind to the Afrikaner. During Nelson Mandela’s benign oversight of the… The post A race apart appeared first on The Spectator.

British Museum

12 hours agoArts : Artdaily

This autumn the British Museum will host the first major UK exhibition on South African art that explores a 100,000 history through archaeological, historic and contemporary artworks, which look at the long and rich artistic heritage of the country. Show More Summary

Lichens did not grow on Homo naledi

Earlier this summer, Francis Thackeray published a short paper in the South African Journal of Science suggesting that lichens had deposited manganese upon the surfaces of hominin bone from the Dinaledi Chamber. Knowing that lichensShow More Summary

Violence escalates at South African universities

19 hours agoAcademics : Nature

Protests over rising tuition fees have stopped classes, closed institutions and slowed research.

Clashes in Cape Town as students demand free tuition

South African police fire stun grenades, water canon and tear gas at student protesters in southern port city.

South African police fire stun grenades to disperse student protesters

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South African police fired stun grenades, water canon and tear gas on Wednesday to disperse students protesting outside parliament over the cost of university tuition fees, a Reuters witness said.

South African universities get an extra $1.2 billion to improve student enrollment

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Students at South African universities and higher education institutions will receive an extra 17 billion rand ($1.2 billion) over the next three years, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Wednesday.

Law, Labels and Justice: A Look into Cape Town’s Triangle Project and South Africa’s Gay Community

"There is no postcolonial understanding of the movement. The gay movement is part of South African society, so the problems ailing everyone else mirrors the problems in the movement. Just because I'm gay, I'm not divorced from racism. Just because I'm gay, I'm not divorced from being poor. I'm all of those things."

Japan-Led Group Blocks Proposal for South Atlantic Whale Sanctuary

By David Spaic-Kovacic and Marja Novak PORTOROZ, Slovenia, Oct 25 (Reuters) – Countries led by Japan on Tuesday blocked a move by South American and African states to create a South Atlantic sanctuary for whales they say are endangered by hunting despite a global moratorium in force for 30 years. Show More Summary

Japan, allies block proposal for South Atlantic whale sanctuary

PORTOROZ, Slovenia (Reuters) - Countries led by Japan on Tuesday blocked a move by South American and African states to create a South Atlantic sanctuary for whales they say are endangered by hunting despite a global moratorium in force for 30 years.

South Africa's Zuma to suspend disbarred prosecutors

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African President Jacob Zuma will suspend two deputy national prosecutors, at least one of whom is seen as a key ally of the president, after a High Court in September disbarred them.

African press review 25 October 2016

South African giant MTN suspends dividend payouts in a standoff with the central bank of Nigeria over illegally repatriated benefits while  Kenyan police dismantle  a ring of matatu bus drivers who drug and rob passengers.

What South Africa learned from Australia to stop thousands of car crashes

2,700 South Africans are walking around alive today because of a regional government's effort to tackle road deaths with lessons learnt from an Australian predecessor. 'The numbers are staggering,' Siphesihle Dube, spokesperson for Western Cape's Transport Minister, told Apolitical. Show More Summary

Mignon du Preez to Direct PitchVision Cricket School at CSA Centre of Excellence

2 days agoSports / Cricket : Harrowdrive

South African International player, Mignon du Preez,is the new Director of the PitchVision Cricket School in South Africa. The School - set up at the state-of-the-art CSA High Performance Centre in Pretoria - has already started developing young players at every level. Show More Summary

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