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2014/09/11 15:48
2014/09/11 15:48
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The University of California is “looking under every rock in the university system for ways to alleviate the effects of climate change,” Despite shying away from divestment, the task force did, at...
2014/09/11 15:48
2014/09/11 15:48
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2014/09/08 03:28
2014/09/08 03:28
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... -- While plenty of cities throughout the world are renowned for their architecture, there are just as many towns, villages and neighborhoods with incredibly unique structures. Here are 10 such...
2014/09/04 13:34
2014/09/04 13:34
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Students on the University of Cape Town campus. Picture: Tracey Adams In an edited version of his 2014 TB Davie Memorial Lecture on academic freedom delivered at UCT, Max du Preez urges intellectuals...
2014/09/02 14:32
2014/09/02 14:32
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Pointing the way forward for a sprawling, venerable philanthropic institution like the Ford Foundation is a dizzying experience, says Darren Walker, the man who is setting its course. There is no...
2014/09/02 03:28
2014/09/02 03:28
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The Funding Network fires up NZ philanthropyTuesday, 2 September 2014, 2:36 pmPress Release: LassooThe Funding Network fires up NZ philanthropy“Dragons’ Den for charities” to launch hereAs a London...
2014/09/01 05:04
2014/09/01 05:04
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Sixto Rodriguez has three albums in the top 30 of this week’s Australian sales chart, fuelled by the announcement of his upcoming national tour and the free-to-air TV broadcast of the Oscar-winning...
2014/08/27 10:30
2014/08/27 10:30
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Zimbabwe film industry has joined the rest of the world in moaning the death of Richard Attenborough, a pacifist and anti-apartheid filmmaker as seen in the movie "Cry Freedom" which was shot on...
2014/08/25 23:11
2014/08/25 23:11
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London, Aug. 25: In the arts world inhabited by “luvvies”, Richard Attenborough was known as “Dickie”. His name was invariably preceded by “Dear”, and it was ever so slightly permissible to parody...
2014/08/25 14:24
2014/08/25 14:24
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It is fitting that Nat Nakasa’s remains are being brought back home and that he is being given the funeral honours due to him as one of South Africa’s most promising writers, a talent that was not...
2014/08/24 08:15
2014/08/24 08:15
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Barney Rachabane is a walking, talking record. Not the kind that plays music, although Rachabane is certainly able, but an account of South African music and life in living form. Something about the...
2014/08/22 00:09
2014/08/22 00:09
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Kitchen utensils you can use with one hand. (Invented by a designer whose disability left him one-handed in the kitchen. Imagine slicing, dicing, potato-peeling and grating with just five fingers at...
2014/09/11 15:48
2014/09/11 15:48
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