The Boer soul walk

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Editor's note: Last July and August, long-time WorldNetDaily contributor Anthony C. LoBaido walked 176 miles in 12 days through an extreme European heat wave in an effort to more…

'Marxists' destroy'New South Africa'

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Editor's note: For most of the past 18 months, long-time WND contributor Anthony C. LoBaido has traveled throughout southern Africa conducting research, doing interviews and taking photographs. In more…

Africa's 'last good place'

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- CONSTANTIA, South Africa – Despite its idyllic beauty and cosmopolitan flavor, Cape Town, South Africa, is now a city barely staying above the increasingly chaotic existence of towns more…

Thunder City: A pilot's playground

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- CAPE TOWN, South Africa – In an era marked by increased military action and concern for airline safety, a maverick South African entrepreneurial experiment has opened a new more…

Right wing rising in Pretoria?

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- CAPE TOWN, South Africa – Despite South African news stories about so-called "right-wing" plots to stage a coup and overthrow the government, leaders within the white Boer-Afrikaner community more…

Is Angolan war really over?

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- SOSSOSVLEI, Namibia – Despite the recent end of the decades-long civil war in Angola, a determined group of rebels in an oil-rich province continue to fight for autonomy more…

ANC, ex-apartheid party unite

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- CAPE TOWN, South Africa – South Africa's New National Party, which turned over the nation's government to the African National Congress in 1994 when apartheid ended, has shocked more…

Diamonds to finance
Namibia land-grab?

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- "The international diamond traders are the law in Namibia." -- Namibian Minister of Energy and Mines Jesayu Nyamu SOSSOSVLEI, Namibia – What do white-owned farms and diamonds have more…

Got uranium?

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- CAPE TOWN, South Africa – Democratic Republic of the Congo's most notorious criminal gang is hoping to acquire uranium it can peddle to Iraq's Saddam Hussein for use more…

'Frankenfoods' create furor on Dark Continent

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- CAPE TOWN, South Africa – Ironically, on a continent beset with starvation, most of it man-made, the newest and most pressing controversy is not "hunger," but whether genetically more…