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Cape Town is bracing for “Day Zero” — the day it cuts off running water for 4 million people

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The Beautiful South African megacity has been struck by a historic drought, and now it’s running out of water. 1,503 more words

On The Trail

STAY SHINING: Brand Meets Black Beauty Remix

There are certain commonalities among Black South Africans that are quite undeniable.

We all have that uncle, who at every family gathering will drink too much but will certainly survive the night. 449 more words

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Addo Elephant National Park

Day fourteen: We spent the night of day thirteen in Jeffrey’s Bay only because we had too much fun in Knysna and the oh so interesting Monkeyland (📢 what? 827 more words

South Africa 2014

The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea

We’ve already come to end of the much awaited, 2018 Winter Olympics. Here are a few interesting facts we thought you should know!

PyeongChang, South Korea was elected as the host of the 2018 Winter Olympics during the 123rd IOC (International Olympic Committee) Session in Durban, South Africa, held in July 2011 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre. 486 more words

South Africa

WINGS: IN ACCRA, WE SHALL MEET PART 1

Image from ‘Faces And Phases’ Collection by Zanele Muholi (courtesy: Stevenson)

PART ONE: THE YELLOW DRESS

Luthando was wet.

She had forgotten to bring her umbrella and the Accra rain had soaked her, she became a walking waterfall dripping, she ran into Kotoka International Airport with only the love in her heart to keep her warm. 1,291 more words

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The Jacaranda Spring

On the morning of February 14th South Africans awoke to find that the police’s anti-corruption unit, known as the Hawks, had raided the Gupta family’s compound in Johannesburg (infamously known as ‘the Saxonwold Shebeen’). 2,372 more words