apartheid

White supremacy rears its ugly head over “racist Vodafone”

South Africa's black economic empowerment policy has been operating, if a little feebly, since the end of apartheid in 1994. Just last week however, a group of disgruntled Afrikaners launched a campaign to boycott the country's biggest cellular network, and its owners, Vodafone and Telkom, for selling just 3.44% of its shares to non-white buyers only. Read more...

Like the good old apartheid times

The emergence of a video showing students bribing elderly black cleaners into downing beer and eating meat covered in urine has caused outrage in South Africa. Our Observers in the country tell us that although apartheid is over, its spirit still lingers. Read more and see the video…

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