• Mapungubwe National Park

    The area was a sophisticated trading centre.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 2 Days ago
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  • B-Square girls get ready for Amazing Race

    The B-Square Foundation empowers 100 rural schoolgirls in Limpopo.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 6 Days ago
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  • Fish braai in Thohoyandou

    Hawkers like this fish vendor who did not want to give his name did a roaring trade during the Phalaphala FM Royal Heritage Festival at Nandoni Dam near Thohoyandou.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 13 Days ago
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  • Waterberg, the Lilizela Tourism Awards

    It was a night of honour and glamour when the provincial tourism industry celebrated its top business owners and service providers at the fifth annual Lilizela Tourism Awards.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 16 Days ago
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  • Robben Island, in the place of pain and suffering

    I’m fortunate that my arrival on Robben Island wasn’t the same as that of retired chief justice Dikgang Moseneke when he first went there as a 15-year-old political prisoner in 1963.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 17 Days ago
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  • Theresho Makwiya: Miss Africa finalist is a township girl with an African dream

    Limpopo-born beauty queen Theresho Makwiya is looking forward to taking the continent by storm after making it to the finals of the Miss Africa Continent beauty pageant.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 18 Days ago
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  • Magoebaskloof Canopy Tours

    Thrillseekers will enjoy sliding between platforms high above forest floor.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 27 Days ago
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  • Dr Molewah: Spreading the Gospel through hip hop

    African Times reporter Karabo Ngoepe caught up with musician Dr Molewah from Makgodu Ramongwana to find out what makes him tick and why he decided to fuse gospel with hip hop.
    • by Alessandro Parodi
    • 1 month ago
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  • #NotInMyName initiative is great, but we expect more from men, writes Tshegofatso Rasekgotoma

    AFTER hundreds of twitter RTs, Facebook shares and articles about missing women and children, some who were found murdered, burnt and raped, and some still missing, women who voiced their pain and anger using the #MenAreTrash hashtag were eerily reduced to breaking down and explaining to the public the reasons behind their anger and fear of men because those in the opposition felt that the hashtag […]
    • by African Times
    • 5 Months ago
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  • Debengeni: A hidden treasure in the misty hills

    LUCAS LEDWABA YOU turn into a dirt road from the R71 and drive about two kilometres through a spectacular plantation. From a distance the road resembles a cup of spilt hot chocolate trickling down a painting of a green rain forest. The road twists and turns gently until you come to a boom gate at the summit of a great hill. Once you’ve paid […]
    • by African Times
    • 5 Months ago
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