By Dave Andrusko It was not until a columnist for the publication The Daily Maverick wrote “A letter to aborted twins” that I became aware of the double tragedy that took place last November in Mahikeng, the capital city of the North-West Province of South Africa. Incredibly, a member of the community found the bodies …Continue reading "The bodies of twin girls aborted at 8-9 months found in South Africa"
By Paul Russell, founder of HOPE Australia. In welcome news today from South Africa’s News 24, the Health Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi, signalled an appeal to a recent court ruling that allowed for Assisted Suicide in the African nation. The recent court ruling on an appeal by Pretorian Lawyer, Robin Stransham-Ford, that he be allowed to …Continue reading "South African Health Minister determined to stop assisted suicide"
By Alex Schadenberg, International Chair – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Last week Justice Hans Fabricius of the South Africa High Court signed a court order approving the euthanasia death of Robin Stransham-Ford who had prostate cancer. However Stransham-Ford died from his medical condition the same day as the decision came down (last Thursday), Eyewitness News in …Continue reading "South African court approves assisted suicide by lethal injection"
By Wesley J. Smith I once spoke in South Africa at a biomedical conference in Cape Town against euthanasia. I was the opening keynote and I mentioned that it would be both a tragedy and a travesty if a country in which large swaths of formerly oppressed people–with limited access to quality medical care–legalized euthanasia. …Continue reading "South African Judge Approves Mercy Murder"
By Dave Andrusko ‘Wrongful life” suits are by their very nature bizarre. But according to a South African newspaper, there is an additional twist to a lawsuit brought by a woman against the Cape Town-based Foetal Assessment Centre as it has moved its way through the legal system. The lawsuit was first heard by …Continue reading "South African mother changes basis of lawsuit from “wrongful life” to “wrongful suffering” in the birth of her now-six year old son"
By Dave Andrusko There is a rule in covering the abortion issue that is nearly iron-clad. If you want incredibly revealing remarks, look for what come straight out of the mouths of abortionists, their staffs, and their legion of sympathizers in the media. Give them enough rope, in other words, and they hang themselves. …Continue reading "Painful abortions: a visit to a South African abortion clinic"