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SOUTH AFRICA AND NIGERIA: A TALE OF RISING OPTIMISM?, BY RAFIQ RAJI

…there is reason to be optimistic. If, as is often argued, poor governance and corruption are the major constraints on Africa’s development, increased accountability and citizens’ engagement, owing to social

JESUS WAS A REFUGEE

In South Africa, roughly 79% and in the US, 75% of people identify as Christians. In SA there are whispers of the Home Affairs department denying children born of illegal

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LUCID INTERVAL OR NOVUS ACTUS INTERVENIENS

LUCID INTERVAL OR A NOVUS ACTUS INTERVENIENS “Buhari and El Rufai in Focus “ 13th November 2018 Barrister Austin Okeke Writes From South Africa LUCID INTERVAL refers to a brief

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SKINNY SBU AND R5 MILLION – THE CRISIS OF THE BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN ENTREPRENEUR’S LACK OF ACCESS TO BUSINESS CAPITAL

In the past month Sibusiso Ngwenya, the founder of Skinny Sbu – the colourful socks brand, has been making news and social media headlines. The first headliner was his tweet

VOX POPULI, VOX DEI – THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE VOICE OF GOD

VOX POPULI VOX DEI “The Voice Of The People Is The Voice Of God” Barrister Austin Okeke Writes From South Africa. NNAMDI KANU has been sighted twice in Jerusalem within

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WHY SOUTH AFRICANS SHUOLD BE GRATEFUL TO ALL FOREIGNERS LIVING IN SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa is a country, whose people would still have been struggling to eke out a meager existence in the backwaters of their own country, had Nigeria and other African

MEA CULPA

MEA CULPA 25th October 2018 Barrister Austin Okeke Writes From South Africa Let us rest assured that the international political dynamics have changed, and constantly changing fast by the day.

BIAFRAN CULTURAL FESTIVAL-PORT HARCOURT 2018

BIAFRAN CULTURAL FESTIVAL “PORT HARCOURT 2018” Barrister Austin Okeke Writes From South Africa It is a festival of arts, culture, and life. A kaleidoscope of colors and a display of

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THEY TRIED TO BURY US; THEY DID NOT KNOW THAT WE WERE SEEDS – NNAMDI KANU LIVES

THEY TRIED TO BURY US; THEY DID NOT KNOW THAT WE WERE SEEDS – NNAMDI KANU LIVES 21 October 2018 Barrister Austin Okeke Writes From South Africa He is alive,

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QUIT CALLING KANYE WEST CRAZY

As you’ve probably heard, Kanye West gave a rambling monologue at the Oval Office Oct. 11 that achieved the impressive feat of leaving US president Donald Trump, a prodigious rambler