De-humanizing the “other” is a daily practice in both India and South Africa.
Winnie Mandela’s contradictory personas are a reflection of the history of South Africa and of the society that it is today.
Decades after Apartheid, violence remains an unresolved obstacle to the country’s success.
South Africa’s socio-economic strains are becoming untenable.
For a long time, Mandela’s name was merely worth a whisper. Yet what he stood for now reverberates across the world, loud and clear.
Mandela was human, too. When you make something divine, you put it out of reach for yourself.
Nelson Mandela (1918-2013): freedom fighter, political prisoner, President of South Africa, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Why are countries like Australia starting to view Africa as a land of economic opportunity?
Is South Africa experiencing a surge of freedom after the World Cup hype — or is it regressing to apartheid-era laws?