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· May, 2008

Stories about South Africa from May, 2008

South Africa: Bloggers need to do more than just write

A few South African bloggers are thinking about positive steps to take with regard to the current xenophobia crisis in South Africa. Stii asks, “What can we as bloggers do...

On the return of the victims of xenophobia

South Africa: Who is to blame for xenophobia?

Zimbabwe/South Africa: Stand Up for Zimbabwe

South Africa: What is the meaning of “makwerekwere”?

South Africa: Mapping xenophobia

Nigeria/South Africa: Nigeria vs South Africa

Voices that consent to xenophobia

South Africa: What can bloggers do about the Xenophobia crisis?

South Africa: Bloggers, let's do something

Xenophobia Plagues South Africa

Extremely violent attacks on foreigners in South Africa in the last days have stirred the entire South African media and of course… blogs. Individual bloggers question whether the government is...

South Africa: The African Leadership Academy

South Africa: Is xenophobic South Africa ready for 2010?

Zimbabwe: The plight of Zimbabweans in South Africa

Africa: They don't take photos in Africa

Ukraine: A Turkish View on Ukrainian Politics

Africa: African Fashion News

PangeaDay: an event lived worldwide

Pangea Day took place Saturday, and people from different parts of the world got together to watch movies and be a part of the worldwide event where movies, speakers and...

Africa: Cain Prize for African Writing

South Africa: Standard Bank talks to bloggers

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