South Africa has a long history of violence. It was used as a tool of power and governance by colonialists to repress and control the indigenous people.

Culture of violence; can Cyril Ramaphosa cure South Africa?

Seeking to suppress the use of violence in South Africa through the threat of direct violence by the state, such as deploying the army to combat the pro-Zuma (so-called-free-Zuma protestors), is not the solution.

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Three of the Best Australians to Ever Play in the Premier League

Through the years, the Premier League has been the division of choice for some of Australia’s most iconic stars. While some graduated through youth academies in West Yorkshire, others were plying their trade in Croatia and Scotland before eventually finding a footballing home in England. So, let’s take a look at three of the best Australians

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Democratic and Human Rights reforms: A tragic trajectory for Mnangagwa’s new dispensation.

This analysis seeks to interrogate manifesting events since the November 2017 change of the presidency and the preceding July 2018 election, the electoral results petitions and the subsequent Constitutional Court ruling. Whereas on 30 July 2018, Zimbabwe held its first harmonized elections following the resignation of Robert Mugabe. The elections offered the country the opportunity

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A resident attends a prayer meeting called to force Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to resign outside Parliament Building in Harare, Zimbabwe, November 20,2017.REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

You Are A Fake Or Uniformed Christian If You Think Politics Is Not Congruent With Scripture

Whenever there is a political crisis or something to do with political disputes, it is common to hear (church leaders) preachers, pastors and prophets especially younger ones, quip, “I’m just not that interested in politics,” or, “Politics just aren’t my thing.” These dismissive remarks are often delivered with a veneer of piousness implying that political

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