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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- President Frederik W. de Klerk, taking his first important step toward dismantling apartheid, declared South Africa's remaining whites-only beaches open to blacks Thursday and promised to scrap a 36-year-old law that...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- A bespectacled anthropologist, David Webster, concluded a recent paper on repression in South Africa by singling out the "steady tempo" of anti-apartheid activists slain by right-wing death squads. Webster said these...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- President Frederik W. de Klerk, taking the first concrete steps toward his promise of bringing peace to this racially divided nation, announced Tuesday night that he will release unconditionally black nationalist leader...
The Times-News, Twin Falls, IdahoTroy Hamilton, an adjunct history professor at the College of Southern Idaho and history and government teacher at Wendell High School, received a national award to study in South Africa. He is one of 25 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)...
HARBOR SPRINGS — The future for the Harbor Springs High School girls’ track team appears to be bright. With 124 total points, the Rams took top honors at the Kiwanis 9-10 Invitational Monday at Reynolds Field in Harbor Springs. Nine...
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MAUN, Botswana - If you've paid for an African safari but you're still not clear about the details, bad on you. Making the same mistake, I didn't dig into the heart of the adventure before I headed to Southern Africa for my first wildlife safari,...
Change of SubjectFrom the story: JOHANNESBURG -- South African Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius, known as the "Blade Runner" for his racing prosthetics, was charged on Thursday with murdering his girlfriend at his home in Pretoria. ....Johannesburg's Talk...
VarietyUnimaginable to most non-residents, the paranoia that is part of living in South Africa is realized with subtle specificity in "Layla Fourie," the third feature from Johannesburg-born helmer Pia Marais, and the first to be set in her home country. An...
Tags: Entertainment, August Diehl, Germany, Movies, Africa
Chicago Shakespeare Theatre announced Sunday night the shows it will present in the first half of 2013, as part of its World Stages series of global work, much presented in partnership with the British booker and producer Richard Jordan Productions. The...
TRAVERSE CITY — Traverse City St. Francis rallied to top Boyne City, 27-25, 25-22, 25-21, in a Class C regional semifinal Tuesday. With the win, St. Francis, 39-7-3, advances to Thursday’s regional final against Johannesburg-Lewiston....
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CENTRAL LAKE — The Harbor Springs High School boys’ and girls’ cross country teams were the favorites heading into Friday’s Division IV regional. The Rams then didn’t disappoint. The Harbor girls, who are ranked No. 1 along...
Advanced Digital Communications class, South Kent SchoolAn alumnus from South Kent School is working on creating a bridge between South Kent and a South African group. Tresor Kayumba, Class of 2009, has visited Nkosi’s Haven in Johannesburg, South Africa, for the past two years. Nkosi's Haven is a non-...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Education, AIDS, Students, Africa
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