Bad genocide, good genocide, boring genocide

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“It should never be, and must never be, that atrocities, gross human rights violations and genocide should somehow carry less weight because of the race,

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Energy expert’s irrational hostility to private nuclear deal

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When Stratek Global announced a partnership to raise R9 billion in private investment Chris Yelland promptly suggested they were running a ‘pump-and-dump’ scam. When BizNews aired a video interview announcing that a local nuclear reactor design company had signed an

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The AfCFTA investment protocol is meaningless if investors can't enforce it against Governments

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While colonialism may explain why Africa was underdeveloped up to the point of independence, it offers an inadequate explanation of why Africa is still poor today. This is especially true, given the experience in Asia of rapid development with countries

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Now is the time for Home Rule in South Africa

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Today marks the end of the Free Market Foundation (FMF)’s south coast roadshow, from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town, and the launch of the FMF’s Campaign for Home Rule. The time to plead for mere devolution is over – it

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New poll has ANC down to 37% nationally | Daily Friend Wrap

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Nicholas Lorimer and Marius Roodt discuss the latest poll from the Social Research Foundation which shows a terrible result for the ANC. They also discuss Zuma being allowed to run for parliament. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBdWk3IZsvU

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Indian Elections: Modi’s third term will come with challenges

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There is little doubt that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be re-elected to serve a third five-year term after the polls open next week and close 44 days later. Modi’s support is bolstered by one of the fastest economic

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Why is there so little loadshedding right now? | Daily Friend Wrap

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Chris Hattingh and Nicholas Lorimer discuss the low levels of loadshedding South Africa is currently experiencing, the ridiculous number of bodyguards for the mayor of Jo'burg, and public-private partnerships. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuNSHDxKfOI

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Is poor safety ‘endemic to capitalism’?

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The far left is very concerned about safety standards at aircraft giant Boeing. They blame labour conditions and the profit motive. Some people get their humour fix from British comedy. Some get it from American slapstick. Some get it from