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 Jacob Zuma says given our experiences, the campaign against racism in sport finds a natural home in South Africa
President Jacob Zuma's address at the Global Watch Summit

Friday 21 November 2014 10:23

President Jacob Zuma says this year we are celebrating 20 years of democracy and 20 years since we defeated apartheid.


Racism is a global problem: Tokyo Sexwale

Friday 21 November 2014 08:30

Global Watch founder Tokyo Sexwale has called on the public to join the fight against racism.


President Jacob Zuma will give the keynote address at the Global Watch Summit at nine o'clock.
Zuma to address summit on racism in sport

Friday 21 November 2014 07:05

The Global Watch Summit against racism in sport continues at Emperors Palace, east of Johannesburg on Friday.


Mbeki decries failed attempts to fight racism

Thursday 20 November 2014 20:43

Former President, Thabo Mbeki, has decried previous initiatives to fight racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, which failed see through commitments made.


Racist football comment causes stir

Thursday 6 November 2014 09:20

Global Watch Chairperson, Tokyo Sexwale has condemned the alleged racist comments by Russian football coach, Igor Gamula who allegedly claimed black players would spread the ebola virus in his team.


The Global Watch Summit will take place at the Emeror's Palace on 20 November.
SA to host Global Watch Summit

Monday 20 October 2014 17:21

South Africa will stake its claim against racism and discrimination in sport when it plays host to the Global Watch Summit in November.


Ebola has claimed close to 4 000 lives in West Africa.
SA provides humanitarian aid to West Africa

Saturday 11 October 2014 10:21

South Africa will be providing humanitarian aid to ebola stricken West African countries.


Thabo Mbeki says sport is an important place to kick start Global Watch aimed at fighting racism.
Sport crucial in fighting racism: Mbeki

Monday 21 July 2014 12:01

Former president Thabo Mbeki says sport is an important place to kick start Global Watch, a campaign aimed at fighting racism and discrimination worldwide.


Former SA president Thabo Mbeki will launch the Global Watch against Racism and Discrimination in all sport initiative in SA on Monday.
Campaign to end racism in sport to be launched in SA

Sunday 20 July 2014 19:45

The South African leg of a Global Watch against Racism and Discrimination in all sport will be launched on Monday


Tokyo Sexwale says Global Watch is set to eradicate racism in sport.
Global Watch tackles racism in sport

Tuesday 1 July 2014 08:50

Co- chair of Global Watch Tokyo Sexwale says that the organisation is a call for action for the eradication of racism in sport.  


Campaign to combat racism in sport launched in Qatar

Thursday 5 June 2014 20:19

A global campaign to combat racism in sport has been launched in Doha, Qatar on Thursday.


Saths Cooper, Tokyo Sexwale and Jeff Radebe remember the late Nelson Mandela who died on Thursday night
Peers heap praise on Mandela

Sunday 8 December 2013 12:00

Psychologist Saths Cooper shared a prison cell with the late former president Nelson Mandela on Robben Island for five years.


President Jacob Zuma is scheduled to open the Centre's public facility and its permanent exhibition on the life and times of Nelson Mandela.
Zuma arrives at Mandela Centre

Monday 18 November 2013 20:09

President Jacob Zuma arrived at the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory in Houghton on Monday.


The long-awaited film on the life of former President Nelson Mandela premiered on Sunday night in Johannesburg.
Mandela movie described as a story of pain and victory

Monday 4 November 2013 09:25

Apartheid struggle veteran, Tokyo Sexwale has described the soon-to-released Nelson Mandela movie as a story of pain and victory.


Ebrahim Rasool says the embassy does not have access to the US terror watch list.
Rasool pushes Congress to tackle US terror watch list

Tuesday 29 October 2013 06:45

South Africa's ambassador to the United States Ebrahim Rasool says he is working on getting Congress to comprehensively deal with South Africans who are still on the US terror watch list.


Rasool intervention secures Sexwale’s release

Monday 28 October 2013 05:44

South Africa's Ambassador to the US, Ebrahim Rasool, says intervention by his office ensured the quick release of former Housing Minister Tokyo Sexwale.


Madiba's lawyer to investigate whether he is still a terrorist
Veterans are still blacklisted

Sunday 27 October 2013 19:52

The US government is under pressure to provide reasons why hundreds of former struggle veterans are still blacklisted and prevented from visiting America.


Businessman Tokyo Sexwale
Tokyo Sexwale arrested in New York

Sunday 27 October 2013 16:03

Businessman Tokyo Sexwale will approach the US government after he was arrested in New York for being on a list of banned persons to that country.


Wealthy blacks benefit from economy not ANC: Molefe

Friday 20 September 2013 16:24

Former premier of the North West, Popo Molefe, has condemned those who accuse wealthy black South Africans of being rich due to their connection with the ruling party.


Mandela case struck off the roll

Monday 29 July 2013 14:09

A court application for the removal of trustees by former president Nelson Mandela's children has been struck off the roll, the law firm Norton Rose Fulbright said on Monday.


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