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Graffiti Art in the City

Johannesburg is considered the graffiti capital of Africa. There is a tremendous amount of amazing graffiti art all across the central business district (CBD)...
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A Trip To The Supermarket

A visit to a South African supermarket is pretty much the same experience you would have anywhere else in the world and for some...
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Happy Freedom Day!

On April 27, 1994, South Africa held its first democratic elections providing black South Africans with the right to vote. Today marks 23 years...
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Currently on Newsstands

An additional aspect of this world history and humanities project is to examine the idea of social progress and break the theme down into...
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South African Hip Hop

Another fascinating avenue in which to explore contemporary South African culture is through its music. There are many popular genres of music in South...
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Xenophobic Violence in the News

Mpe’s novel was published in 2001 many years before the notable violent attacks in South Africa against African immigrants in 2008. And, it has...
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A Visit To The Apartheid Museum

The Museum does an amazing job of telling the history of South Africa and the system of Apartheid. Most of the photos are of...
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Are We Not a Nation of Immigrants?

South Africa, much like the United States of America, is considered by its neighbors and a good portion of the African continent as the...
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South Africa at Leisure

         
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