Tag Archives: apartheid

  • Forest Whitaker Talks New Role in Violent ‘Zulu’ Film

    Jun 11, 13 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment

    *Forest Whitaker does his thug-thizzle in new movie, “Zulu,” a controversial film portraying the violent side of South African gang culture. Playing the role of a cop in search of a murderer of a white teenager, Whitaker shared with the Associated Press the type of preparation he did for the role. “I met the actual […]

  • Winnie Mandela Shocked at Possible Murder Charges

    Mar 20, 13 by Brittney M. Walker 1 Comment

    *What’s going on with the world of justice? Winnie Mandela is outraged after discovering the court is considering charges against her for the murder of two young activists last seen at her home 24 years ago. Authorities exhumed the bodies of two victims who were stabbed to death recently and decided that Winnie could be […]

  • THE (11-21-12) EURweb Free-4-All Page/Board

    Nov 21, 12 by EURpublisher02 Leave a comment

    *Just like the headline says, this page/board is where you can discuss the stuff that we didn’t cover in today’s issue. (It’s sort of like feedback with a twist) Remember, NO name calling, racial taunting, graphic sex talk and vulgarity in general, PLEASE. ——– EUR MOTIVATIONAL NOTE “Excellence is an art won by training and […]

  • Nelson Mandela’s Image Now on All South African Bank Notes

    Feb 14, 12 by EURpublisher02 Leave a comment

    *Nelson Mandela’s face will appear on all South Africa’s bank notes to honor the former president’s role in fighting apartheid, President Jacob Zuma said Saturday. The announcement, reports Reuters, coincides with the 22nd anniversary of Mandela’s release from prison after serving 27 years in jail for his opposition to white-only rule. “It is a befitting […]

  • Jennifer Hudson Gets Locked Up for Winnie

    Feb 25, 11 by Brittney M. Walker 1 Comment

    *If you’re wondering just how did Jennifer Hudson prepare for her role as Winnie Mandela, she went to jail! She did a five day stint in solitary confinement in an African prison, which was just enough for her. Becoming Winnie has been a strenuous and emotional process. “As a woman, I am angry for her, […]