The truth about xenophobia in South Africa


The view that someone is a threat because of their being a foreigner, and should therefore be pushed out of an organisation, and out of the country, is based on fear. Such fear may be understandable because unemployment is very high in South Africa, and it is also fair that South Africans expect the government […]

The role of poets in building social cohesion on the African continent


So, I am saying! All of this happened in one month. South Africa has burnt, four siblings were killed by their father in KZN, our beloved country had several femicide & gender based violence reports against women and children. Xenophobic attacks were all we could inhale, the #AMINEXT campaign came to open our eyes about the […]

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: calling on Africa for an education revolution


From Cape Town to Cairo, Africa is a continent bursting with promise. The African Development Bank puts GDP growth for African economies in 2019 at 4% – nearly double that of 2016 – paving the way for a more prosperous, open and inclusive future. However, unless we skill the next generation to adapt to a […]


Use new technology to address the water crises in SA

Cape Town experienced water shortages in September 2018; the City was forced to introduce measures which would force the residents to use certain litres...


South Africans are not Xenophobic

The term xenophobia itself is problematic when trying to explain and express how South Africans conduct themselves when reacting and responding to circumstances they...


The Congolese Conflicts: Role and Interest of Superpowers

Literature on United Nations (UN) peacekeeping has grown immensely since the end of the cold war, and a plethora of studies, have examined the...