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USD/ZAR: Shooting star points to a brief rand reprieve

Invezz 07 Jun 2023
I recently talked to people in South Africa and the view is that the situation is worse than is being reported. Most of them are going through black outs on a daily basis. The impact of all this is that South Africa’s businesses are now being forced to invest huge sums of money on solar power and power generators.

Three die, more missing after migrant boat capsizes off Greek island

The Jerusalem Post 26 May 2023
Four coast guard vessels and three helicopters have fanned out in a search and rescue mission, the official added ... Most cross on inflatable boats from Turkey to outlying Greek islands, a short but perilous journey during which thousands have died.

Disastrous Proxy Wars by Great Powers Create Military, Monetary, Financial and Economic Chaos Worldwide

GlobalResearch 17 May 2023
*** ... 17, 1961) ... In some countries, for example, notably in Asia, Africa and South America, the position seems to be “none of our business“. Fall-outs from the American-NATO-led proxy wars against Russian and China ... There are calls on the part of the BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) to avoid using the U.S ... * ... Prof.

OPINION - Somalis see an intertwined destiny with the Turkish people

Anadolu Agency 12 May 2023
Somalia, which declared its independence in 1960, shone as a symbol of democracy, stability, and development in Africa until the coupe in 1969, that took away the democratic rights of the Somalis ... Once the shining star of Eastern Africa, Somalia had become an outlying state and a symbol of despair.

Patrick Lawrence: Europe’s Fate

Scheerpost 04 May 2023
The gathering was sponsored by a publishing cooperative that brings out a journal in English (Current Concerns), German (Zeit–Fragen), and French (Horizons et débats) ... In other words, China has grown very worried that the disorder of the “rules-based order” has got dangerously out of hand.

Gearing up for 2024 election battles: Let’s Review Social Security Policies.

Independent online (SA) 03 May 2023
In the run up to the 2024 national and provincial elections, South Africans are likely to become highly fatigued with the ins- and- outs of coalition politics ... South Africa inherited a highly exclusionary social security system in 1994 that shared many characteristics with other former colonies, but with its own Apartheid stamp.

Nigeria accounts for 12.4% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s out-of-school children

Business Day Online 27 Apr 2023
read more Nigeria accounts for 12.4% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s out-of-school children ...

I fear for my life, says medical student trapped in Sudan

RTE 25 Apr 2023
On Sunday, her neighbour was killed when she became the latest victim of shelling that wiped out her home ... As foreign governments work to evacuate their citizens from the city, many Sudanese people feel they have been forgotten, as they struggle through constant black-outs and food shortages.

With the SA Investment Conference around the corner, Ramaphosa eyes fixing country’s logistical headaches

Independent online (SA) 06 Apr 2023
Since then, the country has gone through the Covid-19 pandemic, the Russia-Ukraine conflict, see-sawing fuel prices, civil unrest, and the worst energy crisis in South Africa in history as the state-owned power utility continues to impose rolling black-outs as it struggles to ...

Africa out of US Control! Kenya to Buy Oil for Local Currency Instead of US ...

Bitchute 29 Mar 2023
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Uganda LGBTQ leader says gay bill threatens homelessness

Wtop 23 Mar 2023
“I am worried about being evicted,” said Frank Mugisha, head of the banned LGBTQ support group Sexual Minorities Uganda. “I am worried about being evicted from the place where I live, because I don’t own property ... U.S ... “Many people are concerned about getting outed,” he said ... Homosexuality is criminalized in more than 30 of Africa’s 54 countries.

From Hegemony to Multipolarity: How Post-Cold War U.S. Foreign Policy Towards Russia Is Creating a ...

GlobalResearch 22 Mar 2023
The Americas and Australia were referred to as “outlying islands” and the British Isles and the islands of Japan he labelled “outer islands.” The combination of Africa, Europe and Asia he termed the “World-Island.” And at the centre of the “World-Island” is the “Heartland”, which ...

2 South African artists converse across the apartheid timeline at the Barnes

The Philadelphia Tribune 10 Mar 2023
The forces of apartheid had split up her relatives and pushed them into sometimes unwanted migration, scattering to outlying parts of South Africa ... Those stories have become photography collages, performative videos, and a life-size immersive diorama made from cardboard cut-outs ... Not try to smooth it out, tidy it up.”.
photo: WN / Jamal Penjweny
USA marines playing game with Saddam Hussein's hands statue in Baghdad

Twenty Years after the Start of the War in Iraq, People Around the World are still Raging Against the War Machine

GlobalResearch 04 Mar 2023
In late February, turn-outs at rallies against funding the war in Ukraine, seen by many as a proxy war on Russia by the U.S ... The Global Research News Hour airs every Friday at 1pm CT on CKUW 95.9FM out of the University of Winnipeg.

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