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on Wed Sep 17 4:14 AM

Inside the Carnival ships that made cruising history

USA TODAY

The Mardi Gras, Carnivale and Festivale set Carnival on a path to dominance.        
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on Wed Sep 3 6:15 AM

British resident of Durban shot dead by thieves

THE TELEGRAPH

South African burglars kill British man who had been living in Durban
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on Sat Aug 30 7:23 AM

allAfrica.com: South Africa: Tune Me What

ALL AFRICA

[ThinkAfricaPress]This week's episode began with a story about Leon meeting a random South African on the train into work after they recognised each other's accents. The odds are small that a former bass player for Durban band Arapaho would meet a...
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on Thu Aug 28 8:43 PM

6 of Africa's most unusual restaurants

CNN

From dining next to massive predators to drinking atop a rock in the middle of the ocean, Africa boasts some of the most interesting places to eat.
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on Sun Aug 24 7:10 AM

President Zuma to Visit Russia

ALL AFRICA

[SAnews.gov.za]President Jacob Zuma will on Sunday undertake a five-day working visit to the Russian Federation where he is expected to meet with President Vladimir Putin.
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on Wed Aug 20 4:30 AM

allAfrica.com: South Africa: Nat Nakasa

ALL AFRICA

[The Daily Vox]The remains of Nat Nakasa, journalist, short-story writer and exile, were returned to South Africa today. AAISHA DADI PATEL set out to find out more about the apartheid era icon.
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on Tue Aug 19 6:39 PM

allAfrica.com: South Africa: Marikana, Gaza, Ferguson

ALL AFRICA

[SACSIS]In colonial wars the occupying power invariably reaches a point where it has to acknowledge that its true enemy is not a minority - devil worshipers, communists, fanatics or terrorists - subject to external and evil manipulation, but the...
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on Tue Aug 19 10:58 AM

BBC News - Nat Nakasa reburial: South African writer's remains return

BBC NEWS

The remains of renowned anti-apartheid journalist Nat Nakasa, who died in the US in 1965, are being returned to South Africa for reburial.
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on Fri Aug 8 1:29 PM

S’manga Khumalo: top jockey from townships brings bling to Shergar Cup | Sport

THE GUARDIAN

Of all who have come to Ascot to take part in the riders competition, none have had the significance of the South AfricanOf all the famed riders from around the world who have come to Ascot to take part in the Shergar Cup over the last decade or...
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Leap of faith: how Ladysmith Black Mambazo turned into ballet dancers | Stage

Leap of faith: how Ladysmith Black Mambazo turned into ballet dancers | Stage

THE GUARDIAN | on Thu, Aug 7, 3:00 AM

They are one of the most revered singing groups on Earth. But what happened when Ladysmith Black Mambazo had to learn to dance like ballet pros? We go behind the scenes of Inala, the South African choir's most remarkable show yetLadysmith Black...
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