Lydia Polgreen

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Name: Lydia Polgreen
First reported Apr 10 2014 - Updated Apr 10 2014 - 1 reports

Ghana’s Second Revolution-Part 2 5 Francis Kwarteng

“After destroying, selling his established industries and companies to ourselves and cronies, denying the youth to wallow in poverty, we are celebrating him today. What a shame…We are proud to reiterate that One Hundred and four years he will be, if he ... [Published Modern Ghana - Apr 10 2014]
First reported Feb 04 2014 - Updated Feb 04 2014 - 1 reports

The day South African news media ate crow

South Africa’s official opposition the Democratic Alliance (DA) wasn’t the only one left exposed and scrambling to save face when Agang leader Mamphela Ramphele decided to withdraw from proposed deal that would have seen her pack up her new, barely-opened-yet-already-flagging ... [Published {AFRICA IS A COUNTRY} - Feb 04 2014]
First reported Dec 07 2013 - Updated Dec 07 2013 - 1 reports

A Nelson Mandela And South Africa Reading List

Credit: The New Yorker It’s easy to get overwhelmed in this weekend’s flood of coverage of the life of late South African anti-apartheid movement and President Nelson Mandela. But if you’re interested in engaging more deeply with Mandela’s legacy and ... [Published Think Progress - Dec 07 2013]
First reported Dec 07 2013 - Updated Dec 07 2013 - 1 reports

South Africans draw from Mandela’s strength, perseverance

JUDY WOODRUFF: A short time ago, I spoke with Lydia Polgreen, Johannesburg bureau chief for The New York Times.Lydia Polgreen, thank you for talking with us.LYDIA POLGREEN, The New York Times: My pleasure, Judy.JUDY WOODRUFF: How are South Africans reacting ... [Published PBS - Dec 07 2013]
First reported Dec 05 2013 - Updated Dec 05 2013 - 1 reports

The Amazing, Inspiring, Tactless Ways Twitter Reacted to #Mandela's Death

p>South African President Jacob Zuma announced on Thursdaynight the death of Nelson Mandela. He was 95. "Our nation has lost its greatest son," Zuma said inannouncing Mandela's death on South African television. The iconic leader ofthe country's ... [Published FP Passport - Dec 05 2013]

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Ghana’s Second Revolution-Part 2 5 Francis Kwar... [Published Modern Ghana - Apr 10 2014]
The day South African news media ate crow [Published {AFRICA IS A COUNTRY} - Feb 04 2014]
A Nelson Mandela And South Africa Reading List [Published Think Progress - Dec 07 2013]
South Africans draw from Mandela’s strength, pe... [Published PBS - Dec 07 2013]
The Amazing, Inspiring, Tactless Ways Twitter R... [Published FP Passport - Dec 05 2013]
Privilege V. Privation [Published fairplanet - Oct 18 2013]
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The day South African news media ate crow [Published {AFRICA IS A COUNTRY} - Feb 04 2014]
South Africa’s official opposition the Democratic Alliance (DA) wasn’t the only one left exposed and scrambling to save face when Agang leader Mamphela Ramphele decided to withdraw from proposed deal that would have seen her pack up her new, barely-opened-yet-already-flagging ...
A Nelson Mandela And South Africa Reading List [Published Think Progress - Dec 07 2013]
Credit: The New Yorker It’s easy to get overwhelmed in this weekend’s flood of coverage of the life of late South African anti-apartheid movement and President Nelson Mandela. But if you’re interested in engaging more deeply with Mandela’s legacy and ...
The Amazing, Inspiring, Tactless Ways Twitter R... [Published FP Passport - Dec 05 2013]
p>South African President Jacob Zuma announced on Thursdaynight the death of Nelson Mandela. He was 95. "Our nation has lost its greatest son," Zuma said inannouncing Mandela's death on South African television. The iconic leader ofthe country's ...
Privilege V. Privation [Published fairplanet - Oct 18 2013]
Ena and Julian Hewitt and their two children made headline news in South Africa recently, by leaving behind their middle class lifestyle in a gated estate in Pretoria and living on a USD 300 budget in Mamelodi, a squatter camp six miles from their home, ...
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