Africa

The Militarization Of Conservation And The Dark Side Of The WWF Exposed

The director of Survival International, a charity that protects tribal people around the world, has recently highlighted some shocking cases of corruption by charities such as WWF which should make all of us question the real motives of well-respected wildlife protection organizations. It’s important to state from the outset that Survival’s work on conservation is widely […]

There Were No New Cases Of Ebola Reported In Sierra Leone Last Week

According to the World Health Organization, there were no new cases of the Ebola virus reported in Sierra Leone last week. This news, sudden and seemingly glorious, has been met with both congratulations and consternation–as authorities warn against complacency. OB Sisay, Director of the National Ebola Response Centre (NERC), said: “This does not mean Sierra […]

Here’s Why African People Don’t Want Your Stinky Old Clothes

It’s a bit insulting, right? You’re having a clear-out. You rummage through your closet and (among some decent items) you pull out a ton of odd socks, some old greying underwear, several worn T-shirts, a stained jersey, some ripped pants, a pair of scratched sunglasses. Waste not want not, you think. Instead of all this junk going to […]

The Ebola Epidemic: Infographic

The Ebola Epidemic: Infographic

Lately, World Health Organization declared the West African Ebola outbreak an international health emergency, as one of the world’s deadliest diseases. The Ebola virus is currently sweeping Africa, which is experiencing its worst outbreak ever.Ebola outbreak is a wake-up call to governments everywhere to look for the international health system problems! Symptoms can be horrific, […]

South African parliament questioned over media policy

South African parliament questioned over media policy

Parliamentary media policy in South Africa will be subject to legal advice after complaints journalists have a lack of freedom in reporting government proceedings. The move follows a call to ban journalist Deon de Lange from reporting on parliament, after he allegedly breached reporting protocol by speaking to a parliament official without permission. De Lange […]

Genocide Watch upgrades South Africa to Stage 6 “Preparation”

Genocide Watch upgrades South Africa to Stage 6 “Preparation”

Genocide Watch upgraded South Africa to stage 5 (polarization) from 2001 – 2011 because the country’s racial divisions continued, there was a high level of youth unemployment in the black population, and the country had an appalling crime rate, including one of the world’s worst rape rates gainsays all groups in the country. Genocide Watch has […]