[News24Wire] The DA has opened its draft policies for public scrutiny and input ahead of its policy conference in April.
[VOA] Meat may be meeting its match, as more and more South Africans are experimenting with vegetarian and vegan lifestyles.
[allAfrica] The New York-based Africa-America Institute (AAI) is one of the oldest, most-respected institutions connecting Africans and Americans. Founded in 1952, under the name African-American Institute, it has provided scholarships, educational opportunities and skills training
[New Frame] Capitalist platitudes rise to the surface in South Africa’s Heritage Month. In the wake of the xenophobic attacks, as citizens we must have conversations about our migrant culture.
[New Frame] Zweli Ndaba is the chair of the Sisonke People’s Forum. He penned the flyer that spurred hostel dwellers and truck drivers to take part in the shutdown that led to xenophobic attacks in Gauteng.
[The Conversation Africa] Pope Francis has completed his seven-day tour of three East African countries: Mozambique, Madagascar and Mauritius.
[Daily Trust] The National Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has advised the federal government to take steps to nationalise all South African companies operating in Nigeria to protest the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians.
[News24Wire] While ANC secretary general Ace Magashule described the ongoing spate of violent protests in parts of the country as criminality – not xenophobia – he warned that “anti-revolutionaries” were using tribalism to pit Africans against one another.
[News24Wire] The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) expects that by the time the 2021 local government elections roll around, legislation will be in place so that South Africans know who funds political parties.
[TechCrunch] New advances in genetic mapping and manipulation hold the promise of reshaping medical treatments in the 21st century, but thanks to a lack of sufficient infrastructure and apparent scientific disregard, an entire continent is at risk of being left out.