Tag Archives: South Africa

South Africa to Leave International Criminal Court

By Alma Burke Since reforming its government of apartheid and its election of Nelson Mandela as president in 1994, South Africa has become an international symbol of hope and justice throughout Africa. The government’s recent decision to leave the International … Continue reading

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Pretoria Girls School Applies a Fine-Tooth Comb

By Alma Burke A woman’s hair is her “crowning glory,” states the Bible,  giving her distinction and presence. For many students at the Pretoria High School for Girls in South Africa, recent events have cast doubt on this whether this … Continue reading

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Twitter to the Rescue in South Africa

by Becky Mezzanotte This isn’t the first time I’ve heard of Twitter saving someone’s life, but I must say even so it still makes me go “Wow!” (For a very different example, please see “Hunger Striker Khader Adnan, Saved by … Continue reading

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The American Media Blackout Israeli Apartheid Week Again

by Dan Gordon Special to Sutradhar’s Market There’s a yearly event that takes place in cities across the world, from Albuquerque to Ljubljana.  All across the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Australia there will be speakers and movie … Continue reading

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