A program that seeks to promote and accommodate the debates regarding the preservation of our rich natural and cultural heritage.
The events of 21st March 1960, in South Africa changed the political landscape of the country and many others in the Sub Saharan Africa.
As South Africa commemorates Human Rights Day, in memory of the tragic events that happened when the apartheid government responded heavy handedly to a protest by Black people, who were against a certain law that prohibited people to enter certain areas with identification, we look at the result of such protests in the entire continent.
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