“For every one black person we will kill five white people,” bellowed a South African political leader. Such comments are not all that unusual in today’s South Africa.

The South African National Assembly has just agreed to amend the nation’s constitution to allow the seizure of white farmers’ land without compensation.

Some 120,000 people have signed a petition on the White House website so far, asking U.S. President Donald Trump to support a two-state solution for South Africa.

China loaned Kenya $3.6 billion to pay for a railroad from Nairobi to Mombasa, but Kenyans worry about the debt and also accuse Chinese managers of racist treatment.

Last week, the story from South Africa was the seizure of land from white farmers without compensation. This week, it's that the government could seize 300,000 privately owned but unlicensed guns.

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