South African Opposition Party Elects First Black Leader
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South African Opposition Party Elects First Black Leader

Christopher Torchia, ASSOCIATED PRESS   JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South Africa’s main opposition group on Sunday…

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Chaos in Parliament: ANC Should Have Walked Out
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Chaos in Parliament: ANC Should Have Walked Out

  (Mail & Guardian) – With the shenanigans of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) last…

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South Africa’s ANC Talks Left on Land as Unrest Flares
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South Africa’s ANC Talks Left on Land as Unrest Flares

  (Reuters) – South Africa’s government has built close to 4 million houses for low-income…

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Expulsion of ANC’s Union Partner Creates Uproar
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Expulsion of ANC’s Union Partner Creates Uproar

Special to the NNPA from the Global Information Network (GIN) — The National Union of…

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A Fight Within the Congress of South African Trade Unions
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A Fight Within the Congress of South African Trade Unions

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist The crisis that has rocked the Congress of South…

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Mandela’s Party Faces Test in South Africa
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Mandela’s Party Faces Test in South Africa

[Daily Star]   JOHANNESBURG: Twenty years after the euphoria of South Africa’s first democratic elections…

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Does Long-Term Trouble Loom for African National Congress?
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Does Long-Term Trouble Loom for African National Congress?

by Jehron Muhammad Special to the NNPA from The Final Call (FinalCall.com) – “A weak…

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Preserving Nelson Mandela’s Legacy
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Preserving Nelson Mandela’s Legacy

By George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief PRETORIA, South Africa (NNPA) – Nearly a month after…

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