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Celebrating 8 of the Most Influential Black South African Women Writers We’re just a few days away from Women’s Month in South Africa––a time to reflect on the strong, courageous and brilliant women of South Africa’s past and present.

We’re just a few days away from Women’s Month in South Africa––a time to reflect on the strong, courageous and brilliant women of South Africa’s past and present.

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Who’s to Blame in South Sudan?

Colonial rule ended in Sudan in 1956. As the British and Egyptian flags were lowered, a struggle for power between rival factions was already under way. Fifty-five years later Sudan was partitioned and a new nation came into existence: South Sudan, whose population had spent decades waging a succession of wars against the regime in Khartoum, was now an independent country, the world’s most recent, recognized by the UN, the African Union (AU), and Sudan itself.

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