Racism

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Apr 28th, 2014
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Barcelona star Dani Alves responded to a racist taunt in the most incredible way during a march yesterday Sunday April 27th While playing for his team against Villareal, a spectator threw a banana at him as he tried to take a corner kick. What do you think Dani did? He casually picked up the banana, ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Comoros
Jan 27th, 2013
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With the election of the first female Ethiopian Israeli Jew, Pnina Tamano-Shata, to the Knesset in last week’s polls, the community of more than 150,000 finally had their champion in parliament. It is something the minority had been hoping for, for decades, having suffered racist discrimination and a...
By IndepthAfrica
In Uncategorized
Sep 6th, 2012
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Once upon a time racism used to be relatively easy to pin down. It was segregated lunch counters and slave ships, it was nooses and chains, it was the legal oppression of a group of people on account of the color of their skin. Then racism stopped being a set of laws and became an […]...
By IndepthAfrica
In Soccer
May 31st, 2012
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Mario Balotelli might be considered mad by some, but he finally talked a bit of sense yesterday. The topic of racism has become hotter than a UAE summer as we get closer to the start of the European Championship finals. It used to be almost taboo to talk about it in football, but modern times [&helli...
By IndepthAfrica
In Uncategorized
May 30th, 2012
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Mario Balotelli has threatened to walk off the pitch if he is racially abused at Euro 2012 and said he would ‘kill’ anyone who dares to throw a banana at him. Manchester City’s volatile Italian striker spoke out amid increasing concerns that black players will be targeted by racists...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
May 25th, 2012
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Over the past eighteen months there have been enough “Kaffir” slips of the tongue, from different echelons of White society to prove that racism is alive and well and living on the tips of the tongues of most White South Africans. In many cases all it takes is a bit too much wine, a bump […]...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Apr 8th, 2012
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Bongs Having recently moved back to South Africa from Niger I am perplexed by all the Racism in this country. We left during apartheid. I came back because there is not much economic wise positive in Niger. What bugs me most is the number of white people who say black man is racist. This is […...
By benim
In Analysis
Jan 15th, 2011
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I must admit I rarely read through the many articles that are posted daily, weekly on the multiple Eritrean websites. There’s a sense of weariness that comes over me as I see similarities in titles and content. The most enjoyable narrative of Issayas-bashing seems to be the dominant theme, but there ...
By benim
In Facts about Africa
Jan 12th, 2011
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Desmond Tutu was born in Klerksdorp, in the South African state of Transvaal. The family moved to Johannesburg when he was 12, and he attended Johannesburg Bantu High School. Although he had planned to become a physician, his parents could not afford to send him to medical school. Tutu’s father...
By benim
In Article
Oct 24th, 2010
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The South Africa election which spelt the end of apartheid and brought Nelson Mandela to power was marred by vote tampering in favour of the white regime and ANC detractors, it has emerged. According to an official in charge of the country’s new electoral commission for the 1994 election, an un...