“it’s not in the land it’s in the man”, Recite your own poetry

LIMPOPO- Bandile Magibili from Alphabetic Art in partnership with Hotel Osner invites all poets from all racial groups in South Africa and neighbouring countries(age 15-40) to participates in the art of spoken word where the champ will be afforded an all expenses paid trip to EUROPE for 5 days. The aim of the competition is to nurture and discover new poets in South Africa and other countries, and to create an international poetry network. It is also aimed at showing other poets that it’s not in the land it’s in…

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F State govt to send disaster management team to flood-hit Bloemfontein

Those who have been displaced by the floods are being housed in a community hall in Bochabela. The Free State Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs says it will soon send a disaster management team to areas affected by floods in Bloemfontein. Heavy rains fell in the areas on Friday night. 16 people were injured after being hit by corrugated iron sheets which were blown away by strong winds. Those who have been displaced by the floods are being housed in a community hall in Bochabela. Residents of the Caleb Motshabi…

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Prince Harry and Meghan would find friendlier media in Canada but impossible to escape scrutiny

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, spent six weeks in Canada at the end of last year before returning to Britain. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan can expect less intense local media scrutiny than they have faced in Britain should they move to Canada, experts said on Friday, though international press attention will be impossible to avoid. Reuters reported that Meghan returned to Canada to be with their son after the couple provoked a rift with Britain’s royal family by unexpectedly announcing they would be stepping back from their…

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