Opinion

South Africa, Criminal Ingratitude and the Nigerian Blood, By Tunji Light Ariyomo

What is happening in South Africa is unfortunately a fatal remainder of the gravely impaired faculty of the black man. The penurious is killing the poor so he could get the position occupied by the beggarly. As Malema had rightly put it, Nigerians and other black nationalities in South African…
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Columns

The Revolt Of Mandela’s Grandchildren, By Okey Ndibe

South Africa’s student-led struggle has a racial component, but the struggle is not reducible to race. It is a multifocal struggle in which matters of race, patriarchy, gerontocracy and other issues are under constant, often blistering, scrutiny and re-appraisal. In the lexicon of the activists, the African National Congress is…
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