In Part II of our report on the passions stirred up in South Africa by Israel’s invasion of the Gaza Strip, and the headache it has created for the government, journalist Ilham Rawoot explores the divisions these events have created within the Jewish community
Four thousand miles south of Gaza, in South Africa, a cold war of epic proportions is raging between pro and anti Zionist groups, and political parties, over Israel’s invasion of the Strip. With passions running high, government is in a glaring spotlight.
South Africa on Tuesday said around 250 000 Zimbabweans residing in the country on temporary visas due to expire this year can get three-year extensions, delaying a possible mass expulsion of workers
If you thought bachelorette parties were just for getting drunk and pawing male strippers, you need to get yourself invited to one in Kenya, where equipping the bride-to-be for marriage sometimes involves showing her how to throw it down in the bedroom
The woman, who was raped and sodomised at the same time, was a maid working at Donny Gaderson’s home located on Ssese View Road in Entebbe
One of Uganda’s most popular musicians is in the news after being denied a UK travel visa following complaints from pro-gay rights groups that the artist incites hatred in his music. The latest saga potentially endangers the singer’s socially-conscious image.
If you’ve ever told a black beauty she’s “pretty for a dark skinned woman”, or even unknowingly said something offensive, this is for you