Daily Archives: April 2, 2017


Donald Trump’s Statements On Sexual Assault Awareness Month Sparks Controversy

This past Friday, American President Donald Trump recognized April as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month. This initiative has been established since 2001, but only received presidential recognition as of 2009 under President Obama. Trump continued this precedent by issuing a statement reminding Americans that, “women, children, and men […]


Is History Repeating Itself? Pondoland Residents Strive To Conserve Their Land In Fight Reminiscent Of 1960s Apartheid Struggle

With a year having passed since the murder of environmental activist Sikhosiphi “Bazooka” Rhadebe, the number of arrests and charges made remains unjustifiably at zero. Witnessed by his 17-year-old son at their home in Pondoland, Rhadebe was shot 8 times in the head. The brutal murder of Rhadebe and his […]


A UN Conference On Nuclear Disarmament Without The Nuclear States

This week the UN Conference to “Negotiate a Legally Binding Instrument to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons, Leading Towards Their Total Elimination” took place at the UN Headquarters in New York. The location is particularly poignant as the US has the largest nuclear weapon arsenal in the world and a president with […]