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Man’s best friends, the canine kind, offer unparalleled companionship and have been known to improve the overall health and wellbeing of their owners. South Africa is ill-ridden with violence and high crime rates therefore, there is a large subset group of dog owners who want aggressive dogs and encourage vicious behaviors in their dogs.


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African countries are excessively dependent on the exportation of raw materials and more so in the SADC region. Inversely due to a lack of adequate manufacturing industries, most African countries also heavily depend on the importation of consumer products. Most SADC countries are landlocked and given the region’s dilapidated and virtually non-existent

The main issues surrounding baby making in the workplace revolve around the concept of pregnancy discrimination. Those who have babies through surrogacy or adoption fight to get maternity leave because their employers contend that they were never pregnant in the natural sense of the word. This also leads to issues of paternity leave. Those who

“Now, one of the most essential branches of liberty is the freedom of one’s house. A man’s house is his castle; and whilst he is quiet, he is as well guarded as a prince in his castle.” – James Ortis

South Africa experienced widespread riots and protests between the 9th and the 17th of July

“We acknowledge the sensitive and emotional nature of the abortion controversy, of the vigorous opposing views, even among physicians, and of the deep and seemingly absolute convictions that the subject inspires.” — Justice Blackmun

In 1969, 21-year-old Norma McCorvey became pregnant with an unplanned third child. She attempted to get an abortion in Dallas due

“Candidate Attorney wanted:  Must be in possession of a valid driver’s license and must have own vehicle. Must be fluent in Afrikaans. Salary R5 500 non-negotiable.”

Structural racism is a complex, dynamic system of conferring social benefits on some groups and imposing burdens on others, resulting in segregation, poverty, and denial of opportunity for millions of