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War Memorial, Johannesburg Zoo

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I was just wondering if anyone had some South African city photos from around The reason I ask is that I like the old pictures and new stuff is. Johannesburg Skyline, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Third World Countries, Exotic Places, Africa Travel, South Africa, Landscape Photography, Mineral

Any photos from 1960-1990?

I was just wondering if anyone had some South African city photos from around 1960-1990? The reason I ask is that I like the old pictures and new stuff is...

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Johannesburg Landmarks

Anstey's Building, Johannesburg. It was once a fashionable department store.

Johannesburg is the city most African cities want to be when they grow up. It’s the physical embodiment of the South African “rainbow nation” that strives for urban renewal and social regeneration. South Africa Rugby Team, Durban South Africa, Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg City, Today Images, Kwazulu Natal, Rugby World Cup, Kruger National Park, African Countries

Ellis Park - Johannesburg The venue where the Springboks won the 1995 Rugby World Cup against the All Blacks. 2009.

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Honorary Doctorate Acceptance Speech: JM Coetzee Makes the Case for Men in Primary Education

Nobel laureate JM Coetzee was in Johannesburg today to receive an Honorary Doctorate in Literature from Wits University as part of their December graduation ceremony. In his address given at the event, Coetzee noted the male graduates in the Humanities and said that it was a relief to see that men have not entirely abandoned the field.