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Planning to move Abroad for Higher Education? Here is a list of 5 Most Affordable Destinations to Study Abroad

Planning to move abroad for higher education? Access to education is one of the most basic rights of people across the world. However, when it...

From Moeen Ali to Ranji: Hindu-Muslim in Cricketing Diaspora

An overwhelming majority of Indians in South Africa are children of indentured laborers Brahmins never accepted indenture Ranji, the very "English" cricketer, had...

New Book About Nelson Mandela’s Medical Treatment before his 2013 Death Stirs Dispute

A new book by a former South African military doctor that documents Nelson Mandela's medical treatments violates doctor-patient confidentiality But  according to the...

“I was 12 Years Old when I was Raped” : Survivors of Wartime Rape Break the Silence

Africa, July 3, 2017: "I was 12 years old when I was raped. I did not understand what was happening." Nelle is now 36 years...

Indian-Origin Trio arrested for allegedly selling seats to Indian Students to Health Science Courses at University in South Africa

Johannesburg, May 16, 2017: Three Indian-origin persons were arrested here by police for allegedly selling seats to Indian students to study medicine and other health...

Two Indian-origin women freedom activists awarded South Africa’s highest National Order awards

Pretoria, 01 May, 2017: In a proud moment for India, two Indian-origin women freedom activists (Fatima Meer and Shantie Naidoo) were awarded South Africa's highest...

Festivity of Holi has now gone Global

March 13, 2017: Holi is one of the main festivals of India. But you’ll be surprised to know that Holi is not just celebrated...

Hindu Temple in South Africa aims to install 6-meter tall statue of Lord Siva

Newcastle, Mar 9, 2017: The Siva Subramanian Hindu temple located in Newcastle, South Africa is aiming to install a 6-meter tall statue (Murti) of...

Fake news and misinformation are fueling bloody Xenophobic clashes in South Africa

Africa, March 2, 2017: Fake news and misinformation are fueling bloody xenophobic clashes in South Africa and elsewhere on the continent, according to a...

Conservationists design Fake Leopard Skins in South Africa to Save the Wild Animal

EBUHLENI, SOUTH AFRICA, Jan 30, 2017: At least 1,200 men in ceremonial attire danced at a mainly Zulu gathering in South Africa on Sunday, wearing...

Here is a Quick View of Top 10 Cricket Stadiums of the World!

December 19, 2016: One of the most interesting and celebrated sports all over the world is cricket. Three formats of the game keep the...

US Aquarium Helps Facilitate Release of 23 rescued African Penguins, who were abandoned several weeks ago along South African Coast

December 9, 2016: Twenty-three rescued African penguins that had been abandoned several weeks ago along the coast of South Africa were released back into the...

2.5 billion-year-old Fossils in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa Show Life Existed without Oxygen

December 1, 2016: Researchers have discovered fossils of 2.5 billion-year-old sulfur-oxidising bacteria that existed just fine without any oxygen. The ancient life forms were found...

South Africa in “Severe” Drought: To relieve impact Rangers kill 350 Hippos, Buffalos in Wildlife Park

JOHANNESBURG: Sept 15, 2016: Rangers in South Africa's biggest wildlife park are killing about 350 hippos and buffalos in an attempt to relieve the impact...

About 2.5 Million People Infected with HIV Each Year: Study

About 2.5 million people are infected with HIV every year, according to a recent analysis of a global AIDS study According to the...

‘H.O.P.E’ describes India’s success, says PM Narendra Modi to Durban

'Hope', where H stands for harmony, O for optimism, P for potential and E for energy; describes India's success story, said Modi There...

PM Narendra Modi arrives in South Africa, will address an Indian diaspora rally in Johannesburg

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, July 7, arrived in South Africa from Mozambique on the second leg of his four-nation African tour. "Second leg...

After 20,000 years, world’s oldest people are facing Crisis of Culture

The indigenous people of Botswana (South Africa) are only living link to the ancient Africa, there hunter gatherer ways dates back to 20,000 years....

Millions go hungry as Zimbabwe faces the worst drought in decades

GENEVA—  Zimbabwe is currently facing a huge drought and the President of Zimbabwe has declared this as “state of disaster”. It has faced many...

South Africa to attract Indian tourists to boost tourism industry

South Africa has identified India as a key focus market for boosting tourism and it will shortly launch an aggressive campaign to attract tourists...

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