While traveling through South Africa, videographer Chris Schofield encountered William Jafta, an amazing impressionist who performed for him near-perfect imitations of various farm and domestic animals. Jafta also performed his routine for Brian Hill while riding the train in Cape Town. via Tastefully Offensive
While traveling in Cape Town, South Africa, photographer Chris Schofield met a friendly man named William Jafta who can perfectly mimic a large variety of animal sounds with his voice.
Part two of Spoek Mathambo and Lebogang Rasethaba's 'Future Sound of Mzansi' documentary explores race, authenticity, and the legacy of apartheid in South African electronic music.
Name: Philippe Rivard Location: Montreal, Quebec Topics of Interest: Web Hosting, Cloud, SaaS, Billing Software Occupation: Entrepreneur In our series of Tuts+ community stories so far, you've met South African graphic artist Catherine...Show More Summary
This guy can cat and dog with the best of them. South African photographer Chris Schofield recently filmed a man who has the unique ability to impersonate about 10 different animals. And they’re spot on. In the video above, he demonstrates...Show More Summary
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CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - The South African units of BMW and Nissan will build a national grid for electric and hybrid cars to expand sales of vehicles that could reduce pollution in Africa's top auto market.
It is believed first Memorial Day was held in Charleston, South Carolina, May 1, 1865. It was initiated by freed African Americans to honor 257 Union troops who lost their lives while they were being held by Confederate forces at the Hampton Park Race Course. Show More Summary
Had three interesting South African wines last night. Here are my notes. Two were served blind (Cartology and Blank Bottle). Cartology 2013 Western Cape, South Africa A blend of Chenin Blanc plus a bit of Semillon, from old bush vines. This is richly textured with a bit of spice and lovely bold pear fruit. It’s a generous [...]
She’s a constant reminder that blondes truly do have more fun and Candice Swanepoel joined forces with Terry Richardson for a flirty new photo session. The irresistible South African stunner paraded around in front of the camera in a...Show More Summary
Thousands will protest against agri-business giant Monsanto and the health hazards its products pose to consumers and local farmers alike in West and South Africa.
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A Nigerian pastor was arrested at his church this week over an alleged attempt to export over $3 million worth of narcotic drugs to South Africa from a Lagos airport.
Always happy to show off her amazing body, Candice Swanepoel threw on a two-piece swimsuit and hit the beach for some yoga posing on Wednesday (May 20). The 26-year-old South African stunner looked peaceful as she worked the camera while...Show More Summary
This passage is from a 1958 letter Samuel Beckett wrote as feedback to Aiden Higgins, an aspiring Irish author living in South African (emphasis mine): My reluctance to comment...
They were lining up on West Randolph street for the last day of previews at Nando's Peri-Peri, the first Chicago location for a South Africa-based chain. Most of the people lining up when I got there at 1:30 PM on Tuesday were African-American.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Lion's Head Mountain receives about four million visitors a year.
In part one of this three-part series about South African electronic music, we learn about the importance of regionalism in the rise of genres like broken beats, qgom, Shangaan electro, and kwaito.
Black Coffee is the biggest DJ in South Africa, and these are the records that got him there.
I had the pleasure of meeting Norman Faull late last year in Johannesburg when we presented together some thoughts on process improvement to South African hospital folks. He is as kind, thoughtful, and respectful a person as you could imagine. Show More Summary