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Single black female BA seeks educated husband: Race, assortative mating and inequality

Brookings, April 15, Ghanadot - Race is a factor in patterns of assortative mating. Black women face more difficult �marriage markets� than white women..... Black women have the lowest rates of �marrying out� across race lines, in part because of racist attitudes to inter-marriage. Just 49 percent of college-educated black women marry a well-educated man (i.e., with at least some post-secondary education), compared to 84 percent of college-educated white women........More


Malawi to evacuate citizens from South Africa

BBC, April 16, Ghanadot - Malawi says it will repatriate its nationals from South Africa, following an upsurge in xenophobic violence....At least five foreigners, including a 14-year-old boy, have been killed in attacks in South Africa's coastal city of Durban since last week........More

South Africa's ageing white mercenaries who helped turn tide on Boko Haram

Guardian, April 16, Ghanadot - South Africa has a chequered history of exporting soldiers of fortune. Most belong to a generation of soldiers who felt cast aside when the Berlin Wall fell, Nelson Mandela was released and South Africa�s military needs were drastically reduced. Robbed of the only role they were trained for and unable to find alternative work, they felt alienated under a black government and pursued private wars to put bread on the table........More


Kenyan police chief's misuse of plane fuels anger over Garissa massacre

GuardianUK, April 15, Ghanadot - Criticism of the Kenyan authorities� slow response to the Garissa massacre has reached new heights after a police chief admitted that a plane meant to transport commandos to the scene was instead being used to fly his family back from holiday on the coast..... .More

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