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Rabada the absent elephant in Elgar’s room

“Having Rabada in the side is massive for us. It’s massive for the game. It’s massive for the format.” – Dean Elgar

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Court orders South African authorities to pay $15m over death of 144 patients

A judge ordered a provincial government in South Africa to pay 15 million dollars in damages to families of 144 psychiatric patients who he said died of negligence after being moved to unregistered facilities in early 2016. 207 more words

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Where to go Glamping in South Africa this Easter

By Josephine Wawira

South Africa is for varying and prodigious reasons, one of the continent’s top dream vacation destinations for tourists from across the world. From adventurous locations for the audacious types, lush wineries for the lovebirds, and a sundry natural world for wildlife lovers; South Africa also passes as a top port of call for those who love a luxurious escape into the bush camps. 805 more words


How to be human and then some …

With Human Rights Day coming up this month (21 March), we thought we would throw out some ideas on how you can be a bit more human. 594 more words


Batuk's Move! Music Video Is All Sorts Of Visual Goals

BATUK consists of two very talented individuals, songstress Manteiga and producer and rapper Spoek Mathambo and they have released Move!, their latest single which has a very dope music video.  234 more words

Day 20

Hlosi Lodge at Amakhala to Rosedale organic farm B&B

Our last 5am wake up. Dahnee met us st the tent and took over care for the little ones. 420 more words

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Before Black & White Fought

— The first overland meeting between Black and White people in South Africa came in 1702, fifty years or two generations after the founding of the settlement at the Cape.  205 more words

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