The dream is wonderful: provide a good education to millions of children growing up in poverty. That’s
Microsoft’s Bill Gates and Facebook founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, who both double as billionaire philanthropists,
CitiGroup, Coca Cola, ExxonMobil, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, Verizon, Wal-Mart, Pfizer, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of
The rowing acceptance of what critics of structural adjustment programs have been arguing for decades, (seems to have had minimal impact on the IMF's actions.
The Clintons have long been entangled with this corporate development agenda.
Ever more extraction and exploitation, nicely packaged in the optimistic promise of sustainability, ‘good business climates’, partnership, democracy and ‘change’.
If you don’t work in the international development field, it may have escaped your attention but
South Africa has 52 million people. Around 1.1 million are domestic workers. 54,000 of those are under the age of fifteen.
The documentary ‘On The Way To School’, directed by Frenchman Pascal Plisson, follows four children on
One of the UN’s challenges in the coming months is to ensure that the new global
Zwarte Piet has turned into the epitome of how the Dutch majority silences and denies racist realities.
South Africa TV will soon debut “Real Housewives of Johannesburg.” If that’s not enough, in other