Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Breakfast Show – 5 July 2017

Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Breakfast Show on 5 July 2017. In today’s show we look into Understanding the subject of human life and how it ought to be lived and how government and other institutions come into play. We also look into broader issues of mentorship and broader issues of citizenship, as to what it means to be a citizen. What does it mean to be human? The Declaration was adopted unanimously by the Fifth Virginia Convention at Williamsburg, Virginia on June 12, 1776 as a separate document…

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Part 9 – Identity Literacy

The transformation of identity into political economy although tempting has its own consequences. Zille believes that Singapore, a human construct, with no power of causation and agency, can offer lessons to another human construct of diverse actors, SA. The idea of clothing nation-states with sovereignty and power to cause motion in the quest for solutions to real life challenges seems so entrenched to allow for any honest conversations on its bankruptcy as a useful tool in the kind of battle of ideas that are needed to lift sovereign human actors…

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SA marks Human Rights Day

Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma will lead the national commemoration of Human Rights Day on Tuesday. Political parties and government will on Tuesday remember the victims of the 1960 Sharpeville massacre, where police shot dead 69 people during a protest against the country’s pass laws, which were used to control the movement of blacks, coloureds, and Indians. The main event will be in King William’s Town. The highlight of the celebrations this year will include honouring Black Consciousness leader Steve Biko, 40 years after he was murdered. Zuma will…

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