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Rebecca Jackman walks down Hanover Street and discovers that for former residents, history is still very much alive.
"It's just Hanover Street, where old friends would like to meet. We'd love to wander back one day."
It's always a pleasure to watch the Proteas dismantle the mighty Australians in ... well, whatever sport there is. It's even more sp... View Pictures
South Africa and Australia have been involved in some epic one -day tussels over the years.
AB de Villiers said "It is huge. I... Watch video
Doodles, scribbles, graffiti, sketches paintings and works by renowned cartoonist ND Mazin and Zapiro, as well as work by other arti... View Pictures
Manchester United sank to new depths on Tuesday when they crashed out of the League Cup in the second round following a 4-0 defeat a... Watch video
South Africa have barely had to move through the gears over the last fortnight on their safari just north of the border.
Fans of Elvis Presley are making a night time candlelit walk past his gravesite at Graceland during a memorial of his death 37 year... View Pictures
Mossel Bay and Cape Town were beset with violent protests that caused havoc on major roads and damage to property this week. Police&... View Pictures
Combining passions of skateboarding and bringing about change in the world has led to the formation of non-profit organisation Nebul... View Pictures
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