At the Crossroads: Covid-19 Vaccine nationalism, Emergency laws & Social media law enforcement

In the wake of recent social media censorship to subvert disinformation. Efforts to roll out Covid-19 vaccinations worldwide has met a potential huge backlash from Covid-19 vaccine nationalists. Though, it is true that we must put human rights at the centre of our battle against Covid-19. Law is not entirely a social construct but a … Continue reading At the Crossroads: Covid-19 Vaccine nationalism, Emergency laws & Social media law enforcement

International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Adopted and opened for signature, ratification and accession by General Assembly resolution 2200A (XXI) of 16 December 1966entry into force 3 January 1976, in accordance with article 27 Preamble The States Parties to the present Covenant, Recognizing that, in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the ideal of free human beings enjoying freedom … Continue reading International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

#Black Lives Matter

In Africa, generations after the catastrophe of colonialism wars. No one black person can remember their history for more than a thousand years backwards. Its as if the lack of knowledge about our past is an anomaly that cannot be explained. This speaks to the question of how colonial wars were won over black people. … Continue reading #Black Lives Matter

The Silence of Others: a recursive tale of political ethnocentrism in Zimbabwe

The late Robert Mugabe was and still will be remembered for his butchery. Certainly, his orbituary is one for the history to forget. He is someone who ordered a genocide against his tribal political rivalries. Solely as a means to eradicate the entire indiginous tribe of Southern African San people from the face of earth. … Continue reading The Silence of Others: a recursive tale of political ethnocentrism in Zimbabwe

A Case for a global Compact on Multilateralism on the legacy of British Imperialism in South Africa

Opening statement: The original article which appeared in the May 18, 2018 issue of Executive Intelligence Review, entitled: Zuma Exposes the History of British Imperial Evil in South Africa has many connotations and interpretations that divide opions both at national and international level. The main reason why i have chosen to republish an unedited full … Continue reading A Case for a global Compact on Multilateralism on the legacy of British Imperialism in South Africa