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Freight Dogs by Giles Foden review – surviving Africa’s world war

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“For all the talk of brothers, would any of these men come and get me, birthday or no? Are they faux amis,” muses Manu, the reluctant hero of Freight Dogs, “false friends or true?” In times of war, trust nobody. Que'...

Revisión de Flatland - viñetas, derramamiento de sangre y traición en el desierto de Sudáfrica

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La masculinidad sudafricana no sale nada bien en este drama fuera de serie, que enfrenta a un número improbable de género, tensiones de raza y clase entre sí, pero permanece visible durante todo el proceso.. Ambientado en la Stri ...

Rassie Erasmus to remain South Africa’s director of rugby for final Lions Test

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Rassie Erasmus is poised to continue in his role as South Africa’s director of rugby for the decisive third Test of the British & Irish Lions series despite World Rugby finally announcing disciplinary proceedings ...

Conor Murray: ‘South Africa’s Twitter gameplan is a funny, weird subplot

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It is the snakes-and-ladders element of every British & Irish Lions tour that is so endlessly fascinating. For Conor Murray the highs and lows have been unusually stark, from being named tour captain to Covid isol...

South Africa’s Rassie Erasmus has abandoned grace and dignity

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In a slightly different context, people talk about class being permanent. It is not a word, aunque, that attaches itself to rugby coaches who moan and bitch when things fail to go their way. The three key rules every ...

‘Reckless and dangerous’: South Africa’s Erasmus posts footage criticising Lions

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Rassie Erasmus, South Africa’s director of rugby, has resumed taking pot shots at the British & Irish Lions on Twitter after posting footage to highlight what he describes as “reckless and dangerous” play. The cl...

Lions’ Maro Itoje strikes first in battle with South Africa’s Faf de Klerk

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Every time Maro Itoje and Faf de Klerk square off against each other it pays to keep close attention and in the midst of the British & Irish Lions’ breathless victory over the Springboks they served up another cla...

Violence against Africa’s children is rising. It stains our collective conscience

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Of all the unspeakable injustices suffered by Africa’s children – and I’ve witnessed many – violence is surely the worst because it is almost entirely preventable. Africa’s children suffer many hardships, including po...

The Observer view on South Africa’s problems

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Today is the anniversary of the birthday of Nelson Mandela, the first president of a free South Africa and a global symbol of tolerance, sacrifice, integrity and the battle against racism. Cuando, en 2009, the UN declar...

South Africa’s leaders fear fresh wave of violence by Zuma loyalists

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South African authorities fear a new wave of attacks aimed at undermining the economy, investment and the rule of law as networks loyal to former president Jacob Zuma seek to force his return to power. Investigators b...

Wildlife in the frame: photography sale aims to raise $1m for Africa’s parks

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Más que 150 wildlife photographers are taking part in a sale of wildlife prints to raise money for African Parks, a South Africa-based conservation NGO. En 2020, the first Prints for Wildlife sale raised $660,200 (£...

Jacob Zuma’s arrest is a victory for South Africa’s post-apartheid constitution

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El miércoles por la noche, a 45 minutes to midnight, Jacob Zuma blinked. In what was the most consequential moment for the rule of law in post-apartheid South Africa, the former president handed himself into police. Zuma wa...

South Africa’s former president Jacob Zuma hands himself over to police

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South Africa’s former president Jacob Zuma is in police custody after handing himself in to serve 15 months in jail for contempt of court. Police ministry spokesperson Lirandzu Themba confirmed Zuma was in the care of...

WITCH: We Intend to Cause Havoc review – the history of Zamrock, Africa’s great forgotten rockers

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Who knew 1970s Zambia had its own thriving musical genre? This modest documentary revisits the brief, almost-forgotten history of “Zamrock” – or at least what remains of it, which appears to be very little beyond the ...

South Africa’s preparations for Lions tour hit by three positive Covid tests

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South Africa’s preparations for the British and Irish Lions tour have been hit by three players testing positive for coronavirus. The entire Springboks squad has been put into isolation and Sunday’s planned training ...

Jacob Zuma trial: South Africa’s ex-president denies corruption charges

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Jacob Zuma, the former president of South Africa, accused prosecutors of seeking to malign a political leader rather than find the truth as he denied charges of corruption at the first major hearing of his trial on We...

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