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3 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
WITH more than 70 artistes on the bill, the 2014 edition of Standard Bank Joy of Jazz will hold at the Sandton Convention Centre from September 25 to 27. This year's activities, which celebrates the late South African singer, Brenda Fassie, will parade stars like Asanda Bam, Brenda Mtambo, Lindiwe Maxolo, Nonfundo Xaluva, Thiwe Mbola and Wanda ... (more)
7 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
The Other Side by Nathaniel Manheru IT has always been a hard fact of life that in America as elsewhere in Europe, a black man only has condemned colour and a sorry history, nothing else.
11 hrs ago | GlobalNews
The producer talks the late Nelson Mandela and the making of the film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom .
15 hrs ago | Daily Mail
Yours for 12million! Private Greek island for sale complete with 13 acres, a 17th-century watchtower and its own CHURCH 'Best surprise ever!': Touching moment tearful son waves dad goodbye at airport for business trip... and his amazing reaction when told the whole family is going too 'Demand is flat': British airline Monarch to cut as many as ... (more)
19 hrs ago | News24
In the midst of the revelation of Pallo Jordan and his 'misqualifications' and his decision to resign from both Parliament and the National Executive Committee of the ANC, it is interesting to see how many young people have jumped onto the bandwagon of those attempting to make him a laughing stock of society.
Idris Elba is at the top of his game. Hence his turn as our September cover subject .
A NAME from Oxford's floral past will return to the city she made her name in this weekend as part of the Flowers@Oxford festival.
Nelson Mandela is cast all too often as a messiah figure, while for instance his bitter relationship with FW de Klerk is glossed over.
IT WAS an incident that seemed scripted for caricature. Earlier this month Dali Mpofu, a red-beret-sporting lawyer and member of South Africa's socialist political party, the Economic Freedom Fighters , had a public argument with Cyril Ramaphosa, the country's deputy president and leading light in the ruling African National Congress , over his ... (more)
Spreading peace, that's the mission of some world-renowned leaders, visiting Hawaii.
South Africa really had an extraordinary case with Nelson Mandela. His life was truly exceptional, such that it is extremely difficult to pay tribute to his contribution to the world adequately.
We're on the road, about 50 kilometres north-west of Johannesburg, when my driver, Joe Motsogi, points out the Cradle of Humankind as it looms ahead.
Three of these elders Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu and two pioneering women leaders from Pakistan and Norway are coming to Hawaii from Aug. 29 through 31 to speak about their work and exchange thoughts with local residents.
Some are famous for their skills and talents, while others are distinguished for their courage or profound impact on society.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 09:10 pm
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