• World-renowned Malawi woman chief cracks whip on child marriages

    Malawi has the unenviable reputation as the country with one of the highest rates of child marriages in the world. Some girls as young as nine have been forced mostly by families into these outlawed unions.
    • by African Times
    • 8 Hours ago
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  • Umkhunto We Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) welcomes the changes that President Jacob Zuma announced to the National Executive

    The Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) has taken note of the decision by President Jacob Zuma to make changes to the National Executive (Cabinet).
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 4 Days ago
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  • Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates camps resemble hospital ward as injuries plague key players

    The state of affairs is compounded by injuries to several key players, making both Naturena and Mayfiar resemble hospital beds.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 7 Days ago
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  • Kgosi Moshoeshoe: a wise and diplomatic leader, writes Dr Tlou Setumu

    In this instalment Kgosi Moshoeshoe of the Basotho is featured with an excerpt from the book, Until Lions Document Their Heritage, by Dr Tlou Setumu.
    • by African Times
    • 27 Days ago
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  • Grace Mugabe assault: A mother getting her children in line

    NJABULO BUTHELEZI, AKANI CHAUKE & TINTSWALO BALOYI THE furore surrounding the alleged assault of a young South African woman by Zimbabwe First Lady, Grace Mugabe, has reignited debate around the subjugation of African cultures by the so-called Western civilisation. Black South Africans interviewed by CAJ News Africa said while they did not condone the actions […]
    • by Karabo Ngoepe
    • 2 Months ago
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  • Patriotic Front’s full statement on DA leader Mmusi Maimane’s deportation from Zambia

    “PRESS RELEASE WE WILL NOT WATCH THE DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE TURN ZAMBIA INTO CIRCUS! Kasama, Zambia – The Patriotic Front is aware that South Africa’s Democratic Alliance (DA) – an alliance comprising of the country’s Colonial Rulers, is planning on travelling to Zambia on a political theatrical expedition; a mission which will be led by its […]
    • by African Times
    • 5 Months ago
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  • Maimane’s Zambia visit was a publicity and political clowning event – Patriotic Front

    KARABO NGOEPE Zambia’s ruling party, the Patriotic Front, has labelled DA leader Mmusi Maimane’s ill-fated visit to that country as a “political clowning and a publicity stunt”. In a statement released following Zambia’s decision to deny Maimane access to that country this week, Patriotic Front spokesperson Sunday Chanda said Maimane to the Southern African country […]
    • by African Times
    • 5 Months ago
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  • Africans are not and have never been homogeneous, writes Sandile Memela

    TIME is long overdue that people awakened to the fact that Africans are not and have never been a homogeneous group. There is no one African. In a post-Mandela, post apartheid and non-racial society, this Africanness is not only complex and confusing but accessible to everyone who lives in this country, whatever shade of black you are – creatively, socially, intellectually, philosophically and, of course, politically. […]
    • by African Times
    • 5 Months ago
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  • Purely subjective and unsubstantiated: My Lord, take your jacket and get out of Chambers, writes Carl Niehaus

    WHAT an amazing collection of generalisations has judge Bashier Vally presented to us as reasons for his extraordinary judicial overreach ruling that President Jacob Zuma has to provide the Democratic Alliance (DA) with his reasons for the cabinet reshuffle! The reasons that judge Vally presented can only be described as his own subjective opinion, informed by highly selective cherry-picking of only those views held by some people in […]
    • by African Times
    • 5 Months ago
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  • Zim town honours fallen prostitutes

    GARIKAI MAFIRAKUREVA A ZIMBABWEAN town has set tongues wagging after honouring prostitutes who plied their trade in the 60s and 70s. Chiredzi, a small sugar growing establishment in the southern region, is blazing the trail by recognising the sexual exploits of the women who were the pioneers of prostitution in the area by naming streets after them. Prominent among these is a sex worker only identified […]
    • by African Times
    • 6 Months ago
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