South Africa

Why South Africa Can’t Avoid Land Reforms (Mon, 17 Jun 2019)
A mobilization spearheaded by student and labor movements is focusing on the land question to address the social legacy of apartheid.
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A Win for Gay Rights in Botswana Is a ‘Step Against the Current’ in Africa (Tue, 11 Jun 2019)
Thirty-two of Africa’s 54 nations have laws that criminalize consensual same-sex conduct, according to activists. Change has come, but it is spotty and slow.
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South African Wine Farmer in Land Dispute Is Shot Dead (Mon, 03 Jun 2019)
It was too soon to say whether the killing of Stefan Smit, a prominent white farmer, was a random criminal act or was related to bitter arguments about land ownership.
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These Mole Rats Felt No Pain, Even From Wasabi’s Burn (Thu, 30 May 2019)
Discovering the rodent’s imperviousness to a stinging chemical compound may lead to advancements in pain treatment for people.
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South Africa’s Deputy President, Accused of Corruption, Faces Uncertain Future (Wed, 22 May 2019)
David Mabuza postponed his swearing-in to the National Assembly to address allegations of graft, leaving it unclear whether he could continue in his post.
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South Africa’s Racist Founding Father Was Also a Human Rights Pioneer (Sat, 18 May 2019)
How did Jan Smuts reconcile his belief in freedom abroad with his efforts to suppress it at home?
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South Africa’s Elections: A Weakened A.N.C. Clings to Victory (Fri, 10 May 2019)
The African National Congress was poised to keep control of the government, but widespread voter dissatisfaction looks to have led to its poorest electoral showing ever.
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A.N.C. Leads in South Africa Election, as Voters Give Party ‘One Last Chance’ (Thu, 09 May 2019)
The African National Congress was expected to win votes it needed to stay in power, but to fall short of the 60 percent threshold it has met since coming to power in 1994.
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The Day Apartheid Died: Photos of South Africa’s First Free Vote (Wed, 08 May 2019)
Wednesday’s vote caps a quarter-century of transformation that began when a white-minority regime realized its time was past.
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‘Trust in Cyril Ramaphosa’? South Africa Election Tests A.N.C. Leader’s Strength (Wed, 08 May 2019)
Many question whether the president can outflank party rivals and root out the corruption that has come to define the party of Nelson Mandela, the African National Congress.
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