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Shared Culture: Indian festival in South Africa

By Megha Sharma Though located in different continents, India and South Africa have a shared culture and common message for the world. Looking at the time line,...

S. Africa’s opposition demands probe on Indian Gupta family

Cape Town: The National Assembly should investigate "patterns of state capture" by the Indian Gupta family, South Africa's opposition Democratic Alliance said on...

South African opposition to lay criminal charges against Indian family

The South African opposition, The Democratic Alliance (DA), threatened on Sunday to lay criminal charges against an Indian family "for what now amounts to...

Holi: celebrating ‘Colors of Joy’ across the world

By Syona Sachdeva Holi, famously known as ‘festival of colors’, is a Hindu religious festival celebrated in the spring season. For some, it is a...

Who will grab World Twenty20 cup this year ?

New Delhi: There has never ever been a doubt over Pakistan playing in the World Twenty20, despite their posturing over security, and insisting on written...

South Africa to have statue in memory of Indian laborers

A statue will be erected in the memory of Indian labourers at the famous Yushaka beach in South African city of  Durban. The statue will...

Indian origin cricketer Gulam Bodi banned for fixing

Johannesburg: Gulam Bodi, an Indian-origin South African cricketer was charged with several accounts of contriving or attempting to fix matches following an investigation conducted...

Proteas juggernaut halted by skilled Indians

New Delhi: South Africa tried to replicate on the fifth day of the fourth Test against India what they had been doing for the past...

South Africa chase down India’s 199

Newsgram Staff Writer Dharmasala: Jean-Paul Duminy and AB de Villiers played a blinder of an innings to guide South Africa to a comfortable seven-wicket win...

Welcome ‘Homo Naledi’ in human race!

By NewsGram Staff Writer Johannesburg: So the human race has a new creature in the family now!  On Thursday, an international team of more than...

India, China face exodus of millionaires: report

Washington: India and China are facing an exodus of their wealthiest citizens with tens of thousands of "high-net-worth individuals" (HNWIs) having left to seek...

Food may just be the best way to woo Indian tourists to South Africa

Panaji: From conjuring a South African version of Jain vegetarian cuisine to a 13-day circuit tracking the immortal legacy of Mahatma Gandhi, South African tourism...

South Africa to lure Indian tourists by faster visa process: Minister

New Delhi: South Africa is keen to employ latest information technology (IT) and other facilities to hasten the visa issuance process to attract more...

Indian peacekeepers involved in 3 cases of sexual exploitation: UN reports

United Nations: A UN report says that Indians in its peacekeeping operations were involved three substantiated cases of sexual exploitation or abuse between 2010 and...

Indian-Australian girl recalls lion attack

Sydney: After the death of a US tourist on June 2 at the Lion Park in Johannesburg, an Indian- Australian school girl, Neha Sharma,...

India Development Foundation of Overseas Indians holds meeting with Sushma Swaraj

By NewsGram Staff Writer External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj chaired the fourth meeting of the Board of Trustees of India Development Foundation of Overseas Indians...

New World South African Wealth Report 2015: Indians steal the show

By NewsGram Staff Writer According to the New World South African Wealth Report for 2015, the South-African Indians lead the rise in the number of...

South Africa holds walk in honour of Mahatma Gandhi

By NewsGram Staff Writer Mahatma Gandhi has his share of followers not only in India but in South Africa, the place where he practised law...

Protesters vandalize Mahatma Gandhi statue in South Africa, label him ‘Racist’

By Newsgram Staff Writer A group of people defaced a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa by throwing buckets of white paint on it....

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