Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s apostle of racial justice and reconciliation, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his struggle against apartheid, has died at the age of 90. After the fall of apartheid, Archbishop Tutu chaired the Truth and Reconciliation Commission that sought to heal the wounds of the apartheid era. The archbishop ...
F.W. de Klerk, who, as South Africa’s last white president, opened the door to black majority rule by releasing Nelson Mandela from prison, died Nov.11 at the age of 85. de Klerk and Mandela shared the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize. At the peace prize ceremony in Oslo, Mandela praised de Klerk: “He had the courage ...
Carmel Foster, through her relationship with Asmb. Phil Ting, became a pawn of Lorena Gonzalez and the union push to pass the AB5 gig worker law.
Did California Budget Chair Phil Ting assume the pseudonym of "Peter" in order to have an extra-marital affair with Carmel Foster? Seems like it.
Don't throw your eclipse glasses in the garbage, send them to Astronomers Without Borders, a group collecting lightly used eclipse glasses for schools in So Africa
CroisiEurope is offering a new South African river tour down the Zambezi and Chobe Rivers starting December 2017.
Join Travel the World radio hour as we journey to South Africa with expert John Lasater
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In this round-up, we’ll take a look at a rather good sampling from Pinot made from around the globe with a bigger emphasis on Oregon a popular Pinot-producing states
Erin Wallace waits in the Congo for the government to allow adoptions to resume.