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The Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria, South Africa: Little House on the Prairie meets colonial violence meets monumental fascist-esque architecture. Very special to the Afrikaner people Pretoria, Zimbabwe, Monuments, Namibia, Port Elizabeth, Kruger National Park, To Infinity And Beyond, African History, African Art
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Blood River Heritage site, KwaZulu Natal affords you... the opportunity to have... your families’... details engraved on the Wall of Remembrance...   Anyone who feels associated with the Covenant & wants to live out the full meaning thereof is invited to take part...   Granite stones 300mm wide, 150mm high and 50mm thick are available, on which your name or other particulars will be engraved... it will be placed on the Wall of Remembrance at the Blood River Heritage site. Full Meaning, Kwazulu Natal, Holiday Places, Granite Stone, Our Country, My Land, African History, Afrikaans, Heritage Site
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Steve Biko on a 1977 cover of DRUM Magazine as part of a special report into his life and death whilst in police custody. Drum Magazine, Black Magazine, Steve Biko, History Online, Black History Facts, Workshop, African Diaspora, My Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful Places

Stephen Bantu Biko | They put Afrika on the map

Born in King William's Town in the Eastern Cape Province on December 18, 1946, Stephen Bantu Biko's early life was modest. His main pre-occupation was the pursuit of academic excellence, which was in line with his father's expectations.

Miriam Makeba (by Jürgen Schadeberg). Zenzile Miriam Makeba March 1932 – 9 November nicknamed Mama Africa, was a Grammy Award-winning South African singer and civil rights activist. Miriam Makeba, Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, Punk Rock, Drum Magazine, Rock And Roll, Vintage Black Glamour, A4 Poster, Civil Rights Activists
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The Netflix Five: Films Featuring Inspiring Women | Women's Voices For Change

Five films streaming now on Netflix that feature stories of inspiring women.

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Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory: In partnership with the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory, the Google Cultural Institute has helped to bring Nelson Mandela's archive online. The multimedia archive includes Mr Mandela’s correspondence with family, comrades and friends, diaries written during his 27 years of imprisonment, and notes he made while leading the negotiations that ended apartheid in South Africa. March 2012.

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Stephen Bantu Biko was an anti-apartheid activist in South Africa in the and A student leader, he later founded the Black Consciousness Movement which would empower and mobilize much of the urban black population. Steve Biko, King Quotes, Apartheid, Word Of Advice, Empowerment Quotes, African History, African Art, Black Kids, Black History

Steve Biko-A Man You Need To Know

When I left Cote d’Ivoire, so did the African Development Bank. The bank’s headquarters moved from Cote d’Ivoire to Tunisia along with many of my friends whose parents worked for the ADB. So when the people of Tunisia recently took to the streets and demanded, against great odds and possible death, their rights to live decently and with dignity, I knew of Tunisians and cheered them on. I am doing the same for Egypt today. All of this is inspiring. I was with my grandparents this morning and…

Qunu: Home village of Nelson ‘Madiba’ Mandela  The small village of Qunu lies in South Africa’s Wild Coast region of the Eastern Cape, an area known for its unspoilt beauty, rolling green hills and pristine beaches. Qunu is also the home village of the much-loved and venerated Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first democratically elected president and the Eastern Cape’s favourite son. African Love, Favorite Son, Play Shop, Freedom Fighters, Nelson Mandela, Black Power, Black History, South Africa, Beaches
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Gateway to the island East India Company, Play Shop, Backpacking Asia, Places Of Interest, Old City, Cape Town, Fresh Water, South Africa, Old Things
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The arts: Wings of the Shechinah, Spirit and Bones -   A major South African artist Herman Wald will have his biggest exhibition in Cape Town, 42 years after his death. The digital-age retrospective will also break new ground in the Arts market, offering online global access to the entire catalogue. The exhibition, Wings of the Shechinah - The Sculptural Art of Herman Wald, opens at the South African Jewish Museum, Cape Town on 20 February & runs until 15 July 2012. Jewish Museum, Play Shop, South African Artists, Art Market, Cape Town, Sculpture Art, Bones, February, Death
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