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Blax News: Piers Morgan Fires Back At The "Nggas" Who Rejected His Claim That The Black Community Is On The Hook To Purge The Word "Nigger" From The American Lexicon By First Regulating Other Blacks, Demanding That His Critics Go Look Up The New Song By "

ATTACK THE MESSENGER The Is Pleased With "John Legend's Defense" Of "Black Dignity - They HAVE NO CLUE How Much Images In "American Media" Dominates Foreign Markets - Such As "South Africa" (Or Maybe John Legend Didn't Listen To The Radio When He Recently Did A Show There)

The Best of November’s Green Energy Good News Stories

yesterdayNews : Truthdig

Germany, France, South Africa and even India have good news regarding environmental policy to share this November.

Died This Day: Raymond Dart

image Dart (Feb. 4 1893 - Nov. 22, 1988) was an Australian-born, South African physical anthropologist. In 1924, working with students in the Taung limestone South Africa, they discovered the first Australopithecus africanus. Dubbed "missing link" at the time, skull is also known as the 'Taung child', and was only three years old at the time of death. More on Dart here

Crocodile Stalks And Attacks Lion In South African River

Tourists in South Africa recently captured astonishing footage, as an unsuspecting male lion faced off with a crocodile when it entered the predator’s aquatic domain. According to Grind TV, the video was captured from the H10 bridge near the Lower Sabie River in South Africa’s Kruger National Parks. Show More Summary

South African activists reflect on parallels between life under apartheid and Israel/Palestine today

In the midst of Israel’s latest seven-week military assault on Gaza, up to 200,000 people took to the streets of Cape Town, South Africa to march in solidarity with the Palestinian people--in what many say was the largest single protest that country has seen since the mass movements that overthrew apartheid. Show More Summary

Cricket: Australia v South Africa 4th ODI scoreboard

Scoreboard for the fourth one-day international between Australia and South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday: South Africa Innings Q. de Kock c and b Maxwell 17 H. Amla c Cummins b Coulter-Nile 18 F. du Plessis c Wade b Cummins 28 A.B. Show More Summary

Poachers have killed a record number of rhinos in South Africa

Since January 1, 1,020 rhinos have been killed for their horns by poachers in South Africa, with Kruger National Park being hit the hardest with the slaughter of 672 rhinos. The number of poached rhinos is up from 333 in 2010 and 668 in 2012, Bloomberg reports. Show More Summary

Urban Scrambler: Caiman’s Honda CX500

South Africa is a motorcycling nirvana—especially for dual-sport riders. From the winelands in the Western Cape, all the way across to the Midlands in KwaZulu Natal, great riding and idyllic scenery abound. Commuting in Johannesburg is a far cry from traversing the countryside though. Jozi… Read more » The post Urban Scrambler: Caiman’s Honda CX500 appeared first on Bike EXIF.

Accession M 1750: Jules Guerassimoff Cutting Books

This interesting accession contains two large scrapbooks with press cuttings and photographs about Jules Guerassimoff’s rugby career with the Wallabies, including newspaper articles about tours to South Africa (1963), New Zealand (1964), England, France and Canada (1966-1967). Show More Summary

Did Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris’ Daughter Zonnique To Change Her Eye Color As Well? (Photos)

Last month, Tameka “Tiny” Harris made headlines when she revealed she’d had surgery to permanently change the color of her eyes through Brightocular in South Africa. Of course, she was scrutinized for undergoing the controversial and possibly dangerous procedure, which is illegal in the United States. Show More Summary

Record high 1,020 rhinos poached in South Africa

3 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

The South African government scrambles to thwart illegal killing and save what remains of its threatened rhino population

AFCON Pendulum Swings Back to South Africa as Fallen Champs Nigeria Lick Wounds

Finally, for the first time since their opening Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against the Republic of Congo, Nigeria had their destiny in their own hands. Having beaten the Republic of Congo 2-0 away in their penultimate match, Nigeria...Show More Summary

FCB's Giant Eco-Civic Project Would Create a South African Flag Visible From Space

FCB South Africa is running an idea up the flagpole. A really big idea. In fact, the idea is ginormous. And its main component is a South African flag so large, it will be visible from space, 30 miles above the Earth. The Giant Flag project was put in motion last month by Guy Lieberman, the agency's head of green and social new business development. Show More Summary

Why Lukas Podolski should leave Arsenal in January.

3 days agoSports / Football : Soccerlens

Why Lukas Podolski should leave Arsenal in January. - originally posted on In 2010, as Germany landed in South Africa for their World Cup campaign, Lukas Podolski was one of the main men. The Koln-man was one of the first names on manager Jaochim Loew’s team-sheet and with good reason too, the … Read More ? From - Football News

Ocean Roundup: North Atlantic Right Whales Calving in Southeast, New Shark Repellent Tested in South Africa, and More

A North Atlantic right whale and calf off Florida. (Photo: FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute / Flickr Creative Commons) - In a high-tech experiment off of South Africa, researchers have started testing an electronic cable attached to the seafloor as a shark repellent. Show More Summary

Nigeria miss out on Africa Cup of Nations

Holders draw last qualifying match against already-through South Africa and fail to qualify for the main event.

Zuma: Botswana, SA need to grow tourism

Botswana and South Africa need to focus on key economic projects that can change the livelihoods of citizens in both two countries, President Jacob Zuma said. ||| Gaborone - Botswana and South Africa need to focus on key economic projects...Show More Summary

Google Must Be Crazy? A Web Balloon Crashes in South Africa

Fast-forward 34 years from the film about a Bushman finding a fallen Coke bottle, and another South African has stumbled onto a vastly more advanced artifact from the sky: a crashed Google test balloon.

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