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The Final Walk to Freedom

The Final Walk to Freedom

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, 95, first black president of post apartheid South Africa, takes the final bow   After a year of ill health and several scares that he was set to depart earthly life, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, famous anti-apartheid icon and one of the world’s beloved statesmen, finally passed away peacefully at his home in

Mandela Invites the World

A good number of world leaders are being expected to gather this weekend in South Africa to give their last respect to Nelson Mandela, former president of the country and the man who led the struggle for a free South Africa.   Mandela, fondly called Madiba by friends and loved ones or Tata, meaning father,

Property Scandal: The Untold Story

It is a classic case of the hunter becoming the hunted. At least, that is the impression that was etched on the minds of many who followed the recent Senate inquest into allegations of corruption levelled against the nation’s embassy in the United States, US. As a matter of fact, in contention was an allegation

WAN-IFRA Conference makes news in Berlin

About 8,000 media practitioners from different countries around the world today started a three-day conference in Berlin,Germany. The meeting will deliberate on development in the media industry, looking at ways of improving the lot of the media, in an age where the audience is fast losing interest in the traditional media, particularly the print. But

Nelson Mandela: A Lesson in Leadership

This week, specifically on Thursday, July 18, the world will once again literally stand still for at least 67 minutes in honour of Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s anti-apartheid struggle hero and former president of post-apartheid South Africa.   On that day, the world will unite to mark the birthday of Mandela, a world revered African

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