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Here Is Why School Textbooks Are Important In The South African Educational System

https://www.iol.co.za/education/what-school-textbooks-in-south-africa-say-about-the-cold-war-and-why-it-matters-6a0d89b6-6eff-488e-a6c1-c3d33d28068d?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1652975017 South Africa's position on Russia's attack of Ukraine isn't that amazing considering its treatment of the Cold War in the school history educational program and course readings. In these it's reflected as adversely affecting Africa.

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Here Is Why School Textbooks Are Important In The South African Educational System

CULTURE

11 Pictures: Here's the state of Robben Island. Is this an insult to South African History. Opinion.

There are certain places in South Africa that play huge roles in our history and heritage because of the events that took place there. So it's makes sense that these places should be protected and kept looking good, not in a state of disrepair. Unfortunately one South African man recently revealed the true state of one of South Africas most historically important location.

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11 Pictures: Here's the state of Robben Island. Is this an insult to South African History. Opinion.

CULTURE

Mzansi People Reacts On Rasta Drawing Deborah Fraser

As bad and unusual death could be for a lot of people, Onething which has now been turned into a very usual norm about death in mzansi for a lot of South Africans is the fact whenever a big and prominent South African passes on South Africans just need to stay glued to they tweeter as they wait for Rasta to pay tribute to the deceased through some paintwork.

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Mzansi People Reacts On Rasta Drawing Deborah Fraser

CULTURE

11 Pictures: Here's the state of Robben Island. Is this an insult to South African History? Opinion.

South African landmarks hold a special place in our collective memory due to significant events that occurred there. There's no reason why these sites shouldn't be preserved and kept in pristine condition. Sadly, one of South Africa's most historic locations was recently shown to be in a state of disrepair.

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11 Pictures: Here's the state of Robben Island. Is this an insult to South African History? Opinion.

RELIGION

No one in the world could ever convince me that God loves us all equally

Opinion: "No one in the world could ever convince me that God loves us all equally". This was a good question, as we see many people doing bad things ,however we do not see being punished by God. Look at the world leaders who get away with genocides and massacres.

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No one in the world could ever convince me that God loves us all equally

ENTERTAINMENT

“Rasta needs to come here for tutorials”- SA reacts after Spotting this from BIG Zulu’s fans head

Artist Lebani Sirenje, famously known as Rasta, displayed paintings of the late archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu outside the St George's Cathedral. Rasta used to be the people’s artist back in the days but now people no longer like his paintings as they think he’s trash.

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“Rasta needs to come here for tutorials”- SA reacts after Spotting this from BIG Zulu’s fans head

RELIGION

"If satan never created evil then how did he become evil, man posted

https://www.facebook.com/groups/253800506403888/permalink/539883277795608/ People keep on asking this question, it is not the first time I've had such a dumb question being asked. If the devil didn't create evil then how did he become evil? There's also another question that people like to ask that, when God created everything He said everything was good, then how was the devil evil because he said everything was good?

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CULTURE

Someone did a portrait of Julius Malema. What is your take on the artwork

Someone did this portrait of Julius Malema within an image they wished to see from him. It is fascinating to see how he is being appreciated and even art is working with him in different images. It does not come from a view of trying to drag or make fun of the EFF leader.

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Someone did a portrait of Julius Malema. What is your take on the artwork

RELIGION

Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa : Christian experience

"The Christian religion or rather the missionaries that brought it behave like dictators they mistreated our people, humiliated them and they stole huge tracks of land from our people using the name of Jesus Christ," said Credo Mutwa One of the biggest missionary schools and one of the oldest missionary schools are found in Durban, Kwazulu Natal.

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Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa : Christian experience

ENTERTAINMENT

RIP|| "It does not look like her" Mzansi reacts to Dr Fraser's Painting. Check this out

Rasta, the legendary Celebrity artist has done it again. This time he drew a portrait of the late Dr Deborah Fraser. And of course the painting looks nothing like Dr Fraser. Rasta the artist is well-known for his Notorious paintings that look nothing like the people he is painting.

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SEX-RELATIONSHIP

How to Learn to Accept Things and Let Go for Happiness - Life Lesson

Wise renunciation is better than blind attachment Many people in their youth always wallow in things they shouldn't get involved with, always brood over the past, and don't allow themselves to forget the person they once liked. Only when they reach middle age do they gradually realize that excessive attachment is the source of unhappiness and suffering.

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How to Learn to Accept Things and Let Go for Happiness - Life Lesson

DIGITAL-TECHNOLOGY

Brief history of the INTERNET in RSA

South Africa's Internet access has beaten many difficulties in its three-very long term history, including hard-faced court conflicts to fight off state restraining infrastructure. In 1974, South Africa's most memorable ARPANET hub went web based, beginning the country's Internet process. Then, in 1988, Internet pioneer Mike Lawrie and a little group assembled the principal passage and made the country's most memorable Internet association.

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Brief history of the INTERNET in RSA

CULTURE

We Are Fighting the World: A History of the Marashea Gangs in South Africa, 1947-1999 (review)

We Are Fighting the World is a rich and provocative gander at group action and wrongdoing in South Africa, which stays one of the world's most brutal social orders notwithstanding the sensational changes that followed the finish of politically-sanctioned racial segregation. Drawing on broad meetings with previous and current hoodlums, Gary Kynoch gives a nuanced history of this criminal world, contending that that set of experiences is imperative to grasp contemporary South Africa.

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We Are Fighting the World: A History of the Marashea Gangs in South Africa, 1947-1999 (review)

SOCIETY

Is Cyril Ramaposa the mastermind behind the monumental flag that is worth over R20 million?

Is Cyril Ramaposa the mastermind behind the monumental flag that is worth R22 million? Nkosinathi Mthethwa comes to me after being criticized about the monumental flag, he says President I thought the monuments project was going to make our people proud of their beautiful heritage. The South African President Dr. Cyril Ramaposa seems to be stress-free and happy about the decision made by Emmanuel Nkosinathi Mthethwa the minister of the department of sport, art, and culture.

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Is Cyril Ramaposa the mastermind behind the monumental flag that is worth over R20 million?

RELIGION

The Reason Why Most Of Your Good Dreams Don't Come To Pass

I assume you came on this article because you've had a number of good dreams that have yet to materialize. The truth is, you've just made one of the most fortunate decisions of your life because on this page, you'll learn why your good dreams never come true and what you can do to change the pattern.

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The Reason Why Most Of Your Good Dreams Don't Come To Pass

POLITICS

Bonang Matheba Takes On Nathi Mthethwa On R22 Million Flag

When it comes to the cabinet of Cyril Ramaphosa, no matter how hard the president might try to protect his cabinet, the people will show even more that they do not want these minister. The is no minister that is hated by South Africans as much as the minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa.

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Bonang Matheba Takes On Nathi Mthethwa On R22 Million Flag

SOCIETY

The R22 Million Flag Has Been Place On Hold After Receiving Critisim From The Public

South Africans have shown that no matter what, they will fight for their country. So many things going on in this country, especially what the ANC government is trying to do, need to be looked at in a different way. It seems like they are trying to bring this country to its knees on purpose, and they thought no one would notice.

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The R22 Million Flag Has Been Place On Hold After Receiving Critisim From The Public

SOCIETY

The R22 Million Flag Has Been Place On Hold After Receiving Critisism From The Public

South Africans have shown that they are going to fight for this country whatever comes their way. There are so many things that are happening in this country that need to be looked into with a different eye, especially what the ANC government is trying to do. It's like they are intentionally trying to collapse this country and they thought that people would not see what they are trying to do.

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The R22 Million Flag Has Been Place On Hold After Receiving Critisism From The Public

CULTURE

JUST IN | Arts and culture department to 'review' R22m flagpole project.

Nathi Mthethwa is the Minister of Sports, Arts, and Culture. The Ministry of Sport, Arts, and Culture will look at a decision to spend R22 million on a huge South African flag and "review the process... in its entirety." Last week, the department told the National Assembly about the "monumental" flag project as part of its annual performance plan for the 2022-2023 year.

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JUST IN | Arts and culture department to 'review' R22m flagpole project.

SOCIETY

Review on the erection of the monumental flag

Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa to review decision to erect monumental flag. The flag at Freedom Park was set to cost R22-million. The minister says he has noted the public outcry over the envisaged flag. The government’s plans have been met with outrage and criticism from citizens, political parties, and other groups following the department’s budget vote speech last week (10 May) where the costs were revealed.

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Review on the erection of the monumental flag