‘Diversity’ means Blacks Only

Universities across Britain might be causing psychological distress to black students because they’re forced to learn about mostly white Europeans, the National Union of Students (NUS) leader has said.

NUS president Malia Bouattia, herself a black woman of Algerian heritage, … Read the rest

Bushmeat back on the menu as Ebola subsides

As the deadly outbreak of Ebola has subsided, people in several west African countries are flocking to eat bushmeat again after restrictions were lifted on the consumption of wild animals.

Ivory Coast, which neighbours two of the three countries where … Read the rest

Five debt management tips for smart financial freedom

Many South Africans are faced with the lingering burden of debt. Hence, they are ever on the lookout for ways to alleviate the financial pressure in their lives. While most have taken advantage of debt leniency as a result of … Read the rest

Soros rains money to increase migrant flow

Billionaire investor George Soros pledged on Tuesday to invest up to $500 million, in a relentless push for more Muslim immigration to Europe.

Announced against the backdrop of an ongoing United Nations (U.N.) summit in New York, Soros explained that … Read the rest

Stolen white farms handed over to Chinese owners in Zim

Land forcibly taken from white owners by Robert Mugabe, were given to Chinese farmers in Zimabawe. White farmers are still waiting for compensation.

The move comes at a time when Chinese nationals have almost full control of mining and construction … Read the rest

Black student Mbokodo’s demand once again

Fearing a black backlash, Wits rioters who have been arrested after clashing with police will be released on a warning before the end of the day the university confirmed.

The white prof Robert Sherman meanwhile, in a panicked state, has … Read the rest

Hillary struggles up stairs (again) to no audience

Hillary Clinton traveled to Temple University on Monday to woo millennial voters.

While 37,788 students are enrolled at Temple, Hillary had a hard time filling up the small room, reading from her teleprompter.

She also had a hard time getting … Read the rest

The pale race to be next UN Secretary-General

The race to be the next Secretary-General of the UN has only pale front-runners. The Secretary-General is chosen by the Security Council.

Antonio Guterres, the former prime minister of Portugal and head of the UN refugee agency, has been the … Read the rest

NJ terror suspect shot and injured

Police have arrested Ahmad Rahami, wanted in connection with the bombings in Elizabeth, New Jersey and the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea, after a shoot-out in Linden, New Jersey. Two police officers were reported injured.

Two officers were reported injured by … Read the rest