Sunday, 21 April 2019

A Taste Of Mozambique In Cape Town

This warm modern restaurant located in the old Hildebrand Building is the ideal place for an eclectic combination of Portuguese and Mozambican cuisine cravings. This place is strategically located for a breathtaking view of the harbour and mountains surrounding it. 

By Joburg Post 2 days ago

African Spirituality

Religion in Africa is multifaceted and has been a major influence on art, culture and philosophy. Today, the continent's various populations and individuals are mostly adherents of Christianity, Islam, and to a lesser extent several Traditional African religions. This series of photo's looks into the beauty found in religion and spirit...

By Joburg Post 2 days ago

Kenya’s Universities Need Deep Reform – Not Just A Hike In Fees

Vice-chancellors of Kenya’s 33 public universities are demanding a three-fold tuition fee increase. They point out that the proposed fee increase will merely meet the actual cost of providing university education.Set 30 years ago, the current fee structure applies to all degree programmes irrespective of actual instructional cost. Over...

By Joburg Post 3 days ago

One Year After Nicaraguan Uprising, Ortega Is Back In Control

One year ago, Nicaragua’s government was on the verge of collapse.Protests against President Daniel Ortega exploded nationwide on April 19, 2018 after the government quietly passed a tax on retirees’ pension checks. Demonstrators barricaded highways and main roads, paralyzing Nicaragua’s economy.By May 2018, 70% of Nicaraguans wanted O...

By Joburg Post 3 days ago



Soweto Derby Build Up Day 1:Kaizer Motaung Discusses How Kaizer Chiefs Was Formed

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