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South African Newspapers Online

31 titles have been added to the African-American Online Historical Newspapers Summary. Included are over 150 links to FREE online African American newspapers and collections. If you are doing African American research you need to check out these newspapers! #newspapers #African #genealogy

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Cherie Roe Dirksen. South African artist. Love the detail in the background...beautiful!!! I love that blue against the dark detailed background!

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Coverage for Oliver Wight EAME on helping Nampak Flexible turn its business around - in South African newspaper The Star #Journalism #PR

'The Octopus', South African War publication | NZHistory, New Zealand history online Some New Zealand Contingents produced their own newspapers and magazines. 'The Octopus', the cover of which is pictured here, was the journal of the 'Second Battalion of the Eighth Regiment', commenced on board the Cornwall en route to South Africa in February 1902

Dead bodies on the veldt, 1900 | NZHistory, New Zealand history online 'A try for the rock': this photograph, taken by Robert Gell for South African newspapers on 26 January 1900, shows the bodies of British soldiers strewn across the veldt at Spionkop after a heavy defeat by the Boers.

Culture of South Africans in the United Arab Emirates There is a large population of South Africans in the United Arab Emirates, estimated at between 40,000 and 100,000 as of 2008. Time Out magazine estimated that 50,000 South Africans resided in Dubai alone as of 2009. The influx of South Africans has been so large as to lead South African newspaper Independent Online to unofficially dub the United Arab Emirates "South Africa's 10th province"

from The New Yorker

Bruce Davidson: Time of Change

Time of Change by Bruce Davidson http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/photobooth/2013/07/slide-show-bruce-davidson-civil-rights-photos.html#slide_ss_0=4

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from the Guardian

Nelson Mandela in prison

February 11, 1990: A jubilant Sowetan holds up a newspaper announcing Mandela's release at an African National Congress (ANC) rally in Soweto

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