South Africa Emerges as Moral Giant on Gaza

Nelson Mandela statue outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

A shift against impunity for genocide

Pretoria is challenging the Israeli government’s claim to innocence, which for far too long has allowed it to act with impunity against the long-suffering Palestinians. South Africa’s quite stunning intervention is bringing legal proceedings against the state of Israel to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Netherlands, under the auspice of The Genocide Convention.

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Niger: a conversation between two gentlemen

Niger: inbetween two worlds

It may be that Europeans and Africans have more common ground than they would like to think, much rather admit.

While the war in Ukraine rages on, another brews in the West African country of Niger Republic. The crisis began July 26 2023 when soldiers deposed President Mohammed Bazoum in a coup and closed the country’s borders, citing corruption, high treason and an undermining of the country’s security. Against this backdrop the following conversation between two gentlemen ensued:

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Migration, deportation & other African norms

UbuntuFM Africa | Boat refugees from Africa

Deportation of African nationals from Europe and America has come to be accepted as a norm; just as normal as you would hear folks discuss corruption in Nigeria, piracy in Somalia and fighting in the Congo.

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The Human Family Tree

UbuntuFM Africa | The Human Journey

Where do you really come from?

DNA studies suggest that all humans today descend from a group of African ancestors who about 60,000 years ago began a remarkable journey.

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