As South Africa’s liberation movement turns 100, its faltering ideological condition puts its future into question.
The African National Congress, once a bastion of non-racism, has recently descended into racial politics.
As the liberation hero turns 93, elites like to view him as a ‘moderate’ rather than a supporter of armed struggle.
The people on the streets of Cairo got rid of their old enemy, Hosni Mubarak. Now they should be wary of new friends.
President talks about jobs in his State of the Nation Address, while popular anger boils below the surface.
Despite negotiations, the pro-democracy protesters in Egypt should play hard ball with the regime in all its avatars.
President Mubarak unleashed his ‘personal’ thugs in a failed attempt to silence protestors seeking an end to his regime.