(Timothy Ashby, South Africa, 08/15/18 3:24 am)
With regard to the BBC's opposing point on Zimbabwe, "There is no evidence to show that most Zimbabweans became better off after the land grabs we saw in the early 2000s"--some may read
(Boris Volodarsky, Austria, 08/15/18 2:55 am)
This article has appeared in the US edition of GQ magazine (the printed version comes out in September). The story as author Tom Lamont has put it may be useful for WAISers to read:
(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 08/14/18 3:24 pm)
What Timothy Ashby is relating about the political situation in South Africa is not surprising at all.
This could have been expected 40 years ago. What was not expected was that Nelson Mandela
(John Eipper, USA, 08/14/18 8:15 am)
Gary Moore writes:
In the BBC article cited by Rodolfo Neirotti (August 13) on South Africa's
uncompensated land seizures, there is a pinpointing of two key
(Tom Hashimoto, UK, 08/14/18 7:03 am)
In Cameron Sawyer's post (13 August), John E asked, "Isn't codifying exactly what a constitution is supposed to do?"
Yes. A constitution gives an institution (e.g.
(David Pike, France, 08/14/18 5:12 am)
Our editor has asked British WAISers to chime in on the question of the "English Constitution."
First, a few weeks ago a WAISer referred to Britons as British "subjects." W
(Istvan Simon, USA, 08/14/18 4:51 am)
I am afraid that I continue to have little in common with Tor Guimaraes' theology.
I believe that the Universe could not care less if humans, or cows for that matter, survive or not. That t
(Tor Guimaraes, USA, 08/14/18 4:29 am)
When commenting on my post of August 7th, John Eipper asked: "Isn't it a theological (not scientific) argument that God the Universe is always right?"
As I stated earlier, the pro
(Timothy Ashby, South Africa, 08/13/18 11:27 am)
The BBC (and other Western media such as Bloomberg) has fallen for the distorted facts used by the ANC/EFF to justify takings of White-owned property. Whites do not "own 72% of the private
(Rodolfo Neirotti, USA, 08/13/18 5:11 am)
This recent BBC article on South Africa's land reform clearly explains the complexity of the issue: