The South African Hindu Maha Sabha has laid a complaint of hate speech against AmaCde over the anti-Indian lyrics contained in their song, UmhlabUzobuya with the South African Human Rights Commission. The cultural and religious body's president, ... City Press, 1 month ago
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The Durban Diwali Festival will take place from October 17-19 at the Old Durban Drive-In site, the South African Hindu Maha Sabha announced at the launch of the event on Tuesday night. First National Bank is sponsoring the event, along with those ...Daily News South Africa, 3 weeks ago
COLOURS EVERYWHERE: In Hinduism, the Holi festival is celebrated as a religious event Save & Share THE South African Hindu Maha Sabha has lambasted the organisers of the Johannesburg Holi festival for commercialising a religious festival. The ...Times Live South Africa, 2 weeks ago
Rich tributes were paid to the life and times of Pandit Nardev Vedalankar, widely regarded as the father of Hindi language in South Africa, on his 20th death anniversary. A special edition of the monthly publication Hindi Khabar of the Hindi ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago Tributes paid to 'father of Hindi' Pandit Nardev Vedalankar in South Africa Topnews.in, 1 week ago
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The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) is currently investigating complaints of racism submitted by theSouth African Hindu Maha Sabha in the wake of increasing consternation over AmaCde's anti-Indian song Umhlab Uzobuya and a slew of ...Mail & Guardian Online, 1 month ago
INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERS Desiree Murugan Durban - The Traditional Healers Association of South Africa has condemned Desiree Murugan's killer as having evil blood running through his veins. Falakhe Khumalo received a life sentence last week for his ...South Africa Post, 1 week ago Muthi killer branded evil IOL, 1 week ago
Durban - It's considered taboo in some cultures. And for the majority of South Africans, the statistics show it's a subject wed rather not think about. But organ donation is a life saver, and not just for one recipient, say the experts, but up ...Daily News South Africa, 1 month ago
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