Articles by Prof Hoosen Vawda

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South Africa: The Long Walk to Freedom and a Short Walk to Nowhere
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 26 Jul 2021

21 Jul 2021 – The Values Espoused by Madiba Are Burnt in the Civil Unrest

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South Africa Is Burning: The Legacy of Mandela Is Dead for a Nation of Thieves
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 19 Jul 2021

12 Jul 2021 – It is indeed ironic that South Africa is “celebrating” Mandela Day on 18th July marking the birthday of the great international icon, amid serious civil unrest, resulting in the deaths of 72 South Africans. In reality, the week has become a period of national mourning and reflection on the profound legacy left by the Great Madiba, as did Mahatma Gandhi in India.

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Death of Mohammed Yusuf Khan, India Made Him into an Icon: Dilip Kumar
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 12 Jul 2021

The Odyssey of a Peshwarian into a Global Cinematic Giant

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Dr Edward Jenner, the Father of Vaccination, in the Context of Covid-19 Pandemic
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 5 Jul 2021

The Challenges of Fighting Smallpox and SARS Cov-2 Remain Unchanged

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Alan Paton’s Cry, the Beloved Country- Hollywood in South Africa: 1951 and Bollywood Has Come As Well
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 28 Jun 2021

The Challenges of Filming in Different Eras and Regimes

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Endogenous Racism against People of African Origins–Tulsa and Sharpeville: Parallels in History (Part 2)
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 21 Jun 2021

16 Jun 2021 – Historically, the month of June in the Gregorian calendar is significantly important in terms of liberation of the Black people, globally. The United States Congress approves a bill, marking “Juneteenth: June 19th, a federal holiday, formally marking the end of slavery, and reflects the story of pain, separation, human bondage and highlights the bigotry of African chiefs who sold their own subjects to white colonial slavers for a few trinkets.

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Endogenous Racism against People of African Origins–Tulsa and Sharpeville: Parallels in History (Part 1)
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 14 Jun 2021

The Global Injustices towards Black People – June 1st 2021 marked the centennial of the Race Riots now called the Race Massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1921, which led to the killing 300 North Americans of African origins, destroying their residences, businesses, and eradicating “The Black Wall Street” of Oklahoma forever.

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Covid-19 Plastics: The Good, the Bad and the Pretty–Art from Pollution
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 7 Jun 2021

One Person’s Thrash Is another Person’s Creativity

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Covid 19 Pandemic: Body Disposal Crisis–What to Do with Dead People in a Living World? (Part 2)
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 31 May 2021

25 May 2021 – Towards an Eternal Presence – Death and dying, as well as mechanism of body disposal have been a challenge for humanoids since genesis of man, as related in the scriptures of Abrahamic faiths.

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Covid 19 Pandemic: Body Disposal Crisis–What to Do with Dead People in a Living World? (Part 1)
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 24 May 2021

No Place to Die – The pandemic created a new challenge of what to do with dead people in a living world? This is caused by the increasing numbers of deaths, globally, as a direct result of the pandemic.

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The Use and Outcomes of Complementary and Alternative Medical Systems in the Fight against COVID-19 Pandemic
Prof Hoosen Vawda – TRANSCEND Media Service, 22 Mar 2021

Global and South African Perspectives: A Holistic Approach

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