The Real Man Not The False Icon

In real life, it wasn’t just Margaret Thatcher who branded Mandela a terrorist and resisted sanctions, or David Cameron who went on pro-apartheid lobby junkets. Almost the entire western establishment effectively backed the South African…




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The Release of Nelson Mandela

Cape Town on Friday, 2 February 1990, was an extraordinary place to be. Everyone seemed to be there. The world’s press had descended on South Africa’s coastal capital in expectation of what would be the…


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Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA)

A negotiating forum called CODESA was set up in 1991 after an agreement, the National Peace Accord, signed by the government and 18 other political organizations. The ANC,* however, refused to disband MK,* while the…


The Gruesome Reality of Racist South Africa

March 10, 2013 Arnold Ahlert For decades, the country of South Africa was the focus of an international rallying cry against the injustices of apartheid. On June 17, 1991, South Africa’s Parliament abolished the legal…




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Genocide Watch 2nd report

5 December 2014 At a press conference at the Transvaal Agricultural Union today, Dr. Gregory Stanton, Founding President of Genocide Watch, warned that early warnings of genocide are still deep in South African society, though…