Opinion

Why Adekeye Adebajo is wrong on Mbeki and SA xenophobia denialism

Recently I was invited to attend the book launch “The Thabo Mbeki I know” a collection by friends, comrades, statesmen, politicians, and business associates that celebrates who Adebayo increasingly terms as Africa’s ‘Philosopher–King”.   Adekeye Adebajo fulfilled the role of facilitator and chair for this session at UJ. This session proved very informative and challenging as we […]

In The News South Africa

Coalition of Civics against Xenophobia to march to Union Buildings

On Thursday, the Coalition of Civics against Xenophobia will march to the Union Buildings against crime, poverty and xenophobia. This march to the Union Buildings follows recent outbreak of attacks against African people in Pretoria West, Mamelodi, Soshanguve and other parts of Tshwane. The Coalition of Civics is a working partnership of civic organisations, political parties, […]

In The News International

Nigerian association calls for xenophobia solutions before reprisal attacks

ENUGU, March 8 (ANA-NAN) – The National Association of Liberation Tigers (NALT) in Nigeria has appealed to African leaders to urgently find solution to the xenophobic attacks in South Africa. The association, in a statement by its Director: Mobiliser and Communications, Paschal Okeoma, in Enugu on Wednesday, said the attacks could destabilise the continent if […]

In The News South Africa

Cosas Joburg region tells Mashaba to step down or they will eject him

The Congress of South African Students (Cosas) Johannesburg region has called on Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba to step down, failing which they have promised to “eject him” themselves. In a statement released on Wednesday morning, the student’s body said: “COSAS Greater Jo’burg Region on behalf of over a million students of Johannesburg [in] our capacity as the […]