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Cape Town. 130102. Kaapse Klopse performed in town today for the 'tweede nuwejaar' carnival. pictured is Haroon Jingles of Pennsylvanians in Hanover Park. Pictured is Kiraan Dinie from Golden Dixies in Mitchells Plain..Picture COURTNEY AFRICACape Town. 130102. Kaapse Klopse performed in town today for the 'tweede nuwejaar' carnival. pictured is Haroon Jingles of Pennsylvanians in Hanover Park. Picture COURTNEY AFRICACape Town 130102  The Atlantis Minstrils
Photo by Michael Walker130102  Cape Town. Stephan Isaacs with D1 Mintrels from Woodstock during the annual Minstrel Parade.
Photo by Michael WalkerCape Town. 130102. Kaapse Klopse performed in town today for the 'tweede nuwejaar' carnival. pictured is Haroon Jingles of Pennsylvanians in Hanover Park. Pictured is Aziz Peterson from Carnival Boys in Steenberg.Picture COURTNEY AFRICACape Town 130102- V/A  minstrels from Bookaap at the Klospe Carnival.Picture Cindy waxa.Reporter Argus130102. CAPE TOWN. Dsix Hanover Minstrels marching down Darling street. \ The Cape Minstrel Carnival, known as Tweede Nuwe Jaar (second new year) took place in Cape Town today. The Cape Minstrel Carnival is Cape Town’s longest-running street party, tracing back to old slave traditions during the days of the Cape Colony. Cape Town Anual Minstrel festival. Picture Henk Kruger./Cape Argus130102. CAPE TOWN. The Cape Minstrel Carnival, known as Tweede Nuwe Jaar (second new year) took place in Cape Town today. The Cape Minstrel Carnival is Cape Town’s longest-running street party, tracing back to old slave traditions during the days of the Cape Colony. Cape Town Anual Minstrel festival. Picture Henk Kruger./Cape ArgusCape Town 131302- Atlantis Minstrel at the Klopse Carnival.Picture Cindy waxa.Reporter rgusDCIM\100GOPRO

A 13 000-strong parade made up of 70 troupes took to the streets of Cape Town as part of the Cape Minstrel Carnival’s annual Tweede Nuwe Jaar celebrations. Thousands of spectators flocked to the CBD to catch a glimpse of the colourful spectacle. - Cape Argus

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