World leaders and heads of state are always in the public eye. We watch them on TV and see their photos in newspapers and magazines. New Yorker staff photographer Platon Antoniou embarked on a journey to capture images of world leaders.Read more ›
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“You mustn’t try to associate with people who condemn a dictator, then do business with his cronies”. I have been insulting Mugabe for a decade now and he is still in power — and still torturing opposition candidates and stealing elections. Give the old boy his due writes Justice Malala.Read more ›
ANCYL members who attended the NEC meeting on Saturday and spoke on condition of anonymity told the Sowetan that Malema complained at the meeting that the youth league’s programmes were not well funded and the office of treasurer-general Pule Mabe was not doing its work.Read more ›
The bloody end of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi was as brutal and ruthless as his 42-year iron rule of the oil rich North African country. However, Gaddafi is not the only dictator who met a violent end because history shows that iron-fisted rulers have met a similar fate.Read more ›
Africa, in the aftermath of the Libyan United Nations’ endorsed international war, has perhaps reached the ‘end of history’. The majority of Africans may not be familiar with this particular phrase and therefore it may be necessary to explain it.Read more ›
It’s been one of those weeks where we’ve been shaking our heads in disbelief all the time. A week of ship captains, torturers, deported pensioners and watching TV in the dark writes author Cathy BuckleRead more ›