Tuesday , July 25 2017

NELSON MANDELA AND THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

Nelson Mandela’s commitment to politics and the ANC grew stronger after the 1948 election victory of the Afrikaner-dominated National Party, which introduced a formal system of racial classification and segregation—apartheid—that restricted nonwhites’ basic rights and barred them from government while maintaining white minority rule. The following year, the ANC adopted …

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NELSON MANDELA AND THE ARMED RESISTANCE MOVEMENT

In 1961, Nelson Mandela co-founded and became the first leader of Umkhonto we Sizwe (“Spear of the Nation”), also known as MK, a new armed wing of the ANC. Several years later, during the trial that would put him behind bars for nearly three decades, he described the reasoning for …

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NELSON MANDELA’S YEARS BEHIND BARS

Nelson Mandela spent the first 18 of his 27 years in jail at the brutal Robben Island Prison, a former leper colony off the coast of Cape Town, where he was confined to a small cell without a bed or plumbing and compelled to do hard labor in a lime …

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Five ex-militants graduate from Law School (photos)

Among the one thousand three hundred and ninety (1,468) successful candidates that were called to Bar by the Body of Benchers at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, last Thursday July 13th are five ex-militants; Barr. Ajama Ebiwolatei Nimibofa, Barr. Iluyemi Timibra Ernest, Barr. Ogbemerun Adebanjo, Barr. Perekekeme Andrew Efe and Barr. …

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7 Alkaline Foods That Fight Pain, Diabetes, and Cancer

The foods presented in the article are known for their ability to neutralize toxic acids, help blast excess fat, and promote overall health. According to a recent research, eating plenty of acid-forming foods can cause damage to the kidneys and liver. There is also a very strong link between the …

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