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  1. 27.06.2012. ILAM free fringe Indigenous Music and Dance festival took centre stage at the opening night of the National Arts Festival held in Grahamstown Eastern Cape, Eastern Cape yesterday. Picture: Sizwe Ndingane
  2. 27.06.2012. ILAM free fringe Indigenous Music and Dance festival took centre stage at the opening night of the National Arts Festival held in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape yesterday. Picture: Sizwe Ndingane
  3. 27.06.2012. ILAM free fringe Indigenous Music and Dance festival took centre stage at the opening night of the National Arts Festival held in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape yesterday. Picture: Sizwe Ndingane
  4. 27.06.2012. ILAM free fringe Indigenous Music and Dance festival took centre stage at the opening night of the National Arts Festival held in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape yesterday. Picture: Sizwe Ndingane
  5. 27.06.2012. ILAM free fringe Indigenous Music and Dance festival took centre stage at the opening night of the National Arts Festival held in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape yesterday. Picture: Sizwe Ndingane
  6. 27.06.2012. ILAM free fringe Indigenous Music and Dance festival took centre stage at the opening night of the National Arts Festival held in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape yesterday. Picture: Sizwe Ndingane
  7. 27.06.2012. ILAM free fringe Indigenous Music and Dance festival took centre stage at the opening night of the National Arts Festival held in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape yesterday. Picture: Sizwe Ndingane
  8. 27.06.2012. ILAM free fringe Indigenous Music and Dance festival took centre stage at the opening night of the National Arts Festival held in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape yesterday. Picture: Sizwe Ndingane
  9. 27.06.2012. ILAM free fringe Indigenous Music and Dance festival took centre stage at the opening night of the National Arts Festival held in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape yesterday. Picture: Sizwe Ndingane
 

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