Hamas force men to snip 'inappropriate' hairstyles | News | World ...
"Those young men were forced to get haircuts in a humiliating way and several of them were beaten. They were also forced to sign statements saying they will never grow their hair or have strange hairstyles or even wear ...unknown08 April 2013 05:34 AMhttp://mg.co.za/rss
Saved by education: A Somali woman's story | Voices of Africa
Saved by education: A Somali woman's story ... Despite wearing a hijab (forced on me by my father and “society”), I registered for the cheapest and only English classes I could afford. They were held in the local church a couple of blocks away from the dingy ... If I could not wear the beautiful Somali dirac, put highlights in my hair, and look forward to dates, then I was going to find other ways to get excited about life. What better way than learning English as part of my ...Fatuma Abdulahi18 March 2013 07:03 AMhttp://voicesofafrica.co.za/
OVERSTAND.co.za: So I cut my hair. by Lionel Isaacs
So I cut my hair. I've had dreadlocks for six years. The last time I cut my hair was August 2001. Back then, I was a callow youth, preparing a new, uncut, full head of hair for cornrows, or canerows as my Caribbean sistren might say. ... Having been forced to take Afrikaans class- while successfully managing to not actually learn it- and subjected to the hateful malice of the Christian* 'brothers' and 'fathers' who administered Sacred Heart College, I was overjoyed with any ...Overstand.co.za30 May 2009 10:19 AMhttp://www.overstand.co.za/
Nolubabalo Nobanda: The full story from the dreadlocked cocaine ...
We have all heard and read the story of how Nolubabalo Nobanda smuggled cocaine in her hair from Brazil to Thailand but is that the full story? A friend sent me the following statement allegedly made by Nolubabalo herself ...Zithelo Mnguni21 June 2012 05:22 AMhttp://www.ziyawamag.com/
Daily Maverick - Amina Filali: a story of rape, suicide and the society ...
Seeing what she had done, he husband grabbed her by her hair and dragged her down the street. But her death did not pass unnoticed. Women's rights campaigners in Morocco – people with lots of work to do – were ...unknown20 March 2012 12:46 AMhttp://dailymaverick.co.za/