The right to freedom of choice in relation to terminating pregnancies is one of the progressive laws enacted after 1994. Continue reading
I recently published an article analysing the degeneration of the ANC led tripartite alliance. Continue reading
Personally, I have been cautious on Pope Francis because of his role during the Argentinian junta period and his apparent hostility Continue reading
[With thanks to Jon Soske:] September 16, 1973: “Along with Andean and Chilean folk songs, he sang a ‘manifesto’ composed his the second night there. The militia recognized him for his song and fame and removed him from the crowd. The guards tore off his nails, smashed his hands, and ordered him to play the guitar. He was found dead a week later with signs of brutal treatment and gunshot wounds. The ‘manifesto’ survived by both the detainees who memorized the song and the scraps of paper containing Jara’s handwritten lyrics.”
Translated by Joan Jara. Read by Adrian Mitchell. From the album Manifiesto [Canciones Póstumas]
The focus of some on the fees of Dali Mpofu (much lower than the evidence leaders and others) detracts from the broader duty of the state Continue reading
While the Syrian government had the capacity to launch the chemical weapons were there no other parties capable of such an attack?