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Let The World Cup Inspire Your Children To Travel

Let The World Cup Inspire Your Children To Travel
... place in Johannesburg’s Soccer City (map) definitely captured her attention. We had to leave for school, but the show opened up a dialogue about South Africa, and what a fascinating country it is. At 4, she’s too young to grasp the politics, but she’s fascinated by the culture. When I told her of the game reserves, and how you can go on safari to see lions and elephants and zebras run wild, she was ready to hop on a plane. What were we waiting for? The month-long tournament is providing a...
June 19th, 2010 | Corinne McDermott | Read More | Comments: 1
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A Divide From The Past Still Felt Today, South Africa

A Divide From The Past Still Felt Today, South Africa
... and relocated to smaller homes, which were also further from the city center’s where most of the employment could be found. Today, most South African residential and urban areas house a Township settlement of some sort. The settlements themselves have also become more accepted within mainstream society in that a Township is much like a suburb of a city. 2010 Copyright, Jennifer Campos Tags: featuredarticle, South Africa ...
March 18th, 2010 | jcampos | Read More | Comments: 0
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Milk Used As Evidence? South Africa

Milk Used As Evidence? South Africa
During the years of Apartheid in the nation of South Africa, the people were separated into 3 distinctive groups. The whites, the blacks and the colored who were all those with lighter skin complexion than black, but to dark for white.  Of the many restrictions and dividers placed upon the classes, one was related to milk distribution according to freshness.  Delivery trucks were to deliver the freshest batch of milk to the whites, leaving the more “sour” milk for the coloreds and blacks. While...
March 11th, 2010 | jcampos | Read More | Comments: 0
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