Free to use pictures from ATP Tennis professional Raven Klaasen’s Wedding

Stellenbosch, South Africa - South African tennis ace Raven Klaasen scored his greatest “victory” on Saturday when he married his long time best friend Celeste Jae in the Stellenbosch Winelands. Both Raven Klaasen and Celeste Jae are from Kuilsrivier in Cape Town and celebrated with…

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Independence referendum starts in Scotland

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Edinburgh - The Scottish independence referendum officially started on Thursday morning as polling stations opened for voting on the question "Should Scotland be an independent country?". The ballots for the choice of "Yes" or "No" would be cast at polling stations in 32 local authorities,…

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SA to host global crime conference

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Johannesburg – South Africa will next month host the 35th Annual Crime Stoppers Conference which will see the global crime fighting community converge in Cape Town. Hosted in Africa for the first time, Crime Stoppers is an international body that is active in over 26…

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REBURIAL CEREMONY OF NATHANIEL NAKASA

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Durban City Hall: 13 September 2014 -On behalf of all those who knew and loved Nat Nakasa, I wish to express my gratitude to the Minister of Arts and Culture who has, in some small way, set the past right by retrieving our friend's mortal…

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SA – National Heritage Month

Democracy is a much yearned for and sought after system of governance. As a system where the popular will of the people is superior to the will of individuals, democracy represents the Elysium of multitudes of people around the world. Democracy and its actors are…

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Tell your story, urges Deputy Minister Ndabeni-Abrahams

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Pretoria - Communications Deputy Minister, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, has urged South Africa to participate in the Tell Your Story campaign, saying citizens can learn much from each other’s experiences. Speaking at the launch of a book authored by Pastor Dick Koza titled “God loves culture" on…

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Vrouedag – Vroue in alle gevalle die slagoffer van misdaad

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In the past, in most conflicts, it was women and children that suffered the most. A few kilometres outside Bloemfontein a traveller will find the national Women's Monument. The monument was unveiled in 1913 to commemorate those Boer women and children who died in British…

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Toespraak – Adv. Anton Alberts: Medelye – Mario Oriani-Ambrosini – 19 Aug 2014

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Toespraak: Medelye - Mario Oriani-Ambrosini – 19 Aug 2014 Speech: Condolence - Mario Oriani-Ambrosini – 19 Aug 2014 Anton Alberts – Vryheidsfront Plus // Freedom Front Plus Speaker/ Deputy Speaker Hierdie toespraak is vir my besonder moeilik. Nie net alleen omdat agbare Mario Oriani-Ambrosini ʼn…

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MOTION OF CONDOLENCE: DR MARIO GR ORIANI-AMBROSINI MP

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MOTION OF CONDOLENCE ON THE PASSING OF THE HON. DR MARIO GR ORIANI-AMBROSINI MP TRIBUTE BY THE HON. PRINCE MANGOSUTHU BUTHELEZI MP PRESIDENT OF THE INKATHA FREEDOM PARTY National Assembly: 19 August 2014 Honourable Speaker, Honourable colleagues; Thank you for the many kind words that…

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SA Council of churches speaks about Marikana week

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This week is Marikana Week; the week that all South Africans would wish had never been; but alas, it is a week that blasted rudely into our national landscape, exposing the fault-lines of class and power differentials in our society, and marring our façade of…

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