It appears those in the know at the High Court in Pretoria weren’t buying our government’s reasoning for letting war criminal Omar al-Bashir leave our shores.
After the Sudanese President was allowed to leave our shores, despite a high court order ruling that he be detained, the South African government came under fire. Here’s their defence.
As black models continue to be a minority in the fashion industry, Sudanese Super Nykhor Paul asks why she still has to take her own make-up to shoots.
Would you believe me if I told you that Jacob Zuma told a fib five years ago? Hear me out guys, it looks like Mmusi has found that zinger and called JZ out on it.
Today has been one of those days here at home, the kind of day you wish the world wasn’t watching us so closely. Adios Mr Bashir, safe flight back to Sudan.
This is a very graphic video, but it should be shown. Meriam Ibrahim’s case is a well publicised one and has gained international attention. She has been sentenced to 100 lashings and then to be hung, if her appeal is not successful…
Welcome to Sudan, where you’ll be sentenced to one month jail for “indecent activity” if you’re unlucky enough to suffer gang rape. On the one hand, you get off “lightly” when authorities suspend the sentence because you’re pregnant. On the other hand, you also get fined $625. That’s what happened to an Ethiopian teenager in […]