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Family believes they have found Makhubu, a lost apartheid icon
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What happened to this man that carried Hector Pieterson?

:23 AM Mbuyisa Makhubu was just 18-years-old during the Soweto uprising, and was famously photographed carrying a dying Hector Pieterson. He has been missing since that photograph was published. A newspaper in Canada learned from a source that ... News24, 2 weeks ago

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International Business Times UK

16 June Soweto Uprising: South Africa Remembers the 1976 Student Massacre

When he was shot, Hector Pieterson was picked up by Mbuyisa Makhubo (an 18-year-old schoolboy) who together with Hector's sister, Antoinette (then 17), ran towards the car of photographer Sam Nzima, who took a picture of them. The picture later ...
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Where is the missing Mbuyisa hunter?

The woman tasked with bringing home Mbuyisa Makhubu, the man carrying Hector Pieterson in the famous photo from 1976, has gone missing. Source:
 Architect Africa Online2 months ago Hundreds march against "unauthorised" use of Mbuyisa Makhubu's name  Architect Africa Online2 months ago Hundreds march against use of Mbuyisa Makhubu's name  Mail & Guardian Online2 months ago

Hector's sister tells the story still, 38 years later

Lucille Davie Antoinette Sithole, Hector Pieterson's sister, finds that schoolchildren want to touch her to see if she is real, once they have heard the story of 16 June 1976, and see the famous photograph of her running alongside Mbuyisa Makhubu, ...
 MediaClubSouthAfrica.com2 months ago
Melbourne Age

A long journey to freedom

After 20 years of freedom, South Africa has come a long way. But there is still a long way to go. We're on the road, about 50 kilometres north-west of Johannesburg, when my driver, Joe Motsogi, points out the Cradle of Humankind as it looms ahead.
 Melbourne Age1 week ago A long journey to South Africa  Stuff.co.nz1 week ago Moving on: A long journey to South Africa  Canberra Times1 week ago
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International Business Times India

Anne Frank, Malala Yousafzai and other Children who Changed the World

Childhood is said to be the best time in human life when one has no worries. However there are a few youngsters, who are not only aware of what is happening in the world but are also trying to bring a change. While some have mobilized the world with ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago
Scottrade

Explore the Backdrop of "The Giver" with African Travel, Inc.

Delight in the Colors of Cape Town and Johannesburg DELRAY BEACH, FL, Aug. 1, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hollywood's latest sci-fi thriller paints the picture of a seemingly idyllic community that has gone to great lengths to protect its dark and ...
 Scottrade3 weeks ago Explore the Backdrop of THE GIVER with African Travel, Inc.  Broadway World3 weeks ago
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Sunday World South Africa

Deaf to the new language of change

l under the yoke of the oppressor's 'taal', writes Hopewell Radebe MOTHER TONGUE: Given changing demographics in schools, indigenous languages should be introduced into the curriculum, the writer says. Picture: Waldo Swiegers Some argued ...
 Sunday World South Africa1 month ago
IOL

Jozi Freedom Ride to disrupt traffic

Johannesburg - Traffic is expected to be disrupted in Johannesburg over the weekend due to the Jozi Freedom Ride cycle race, metro police said on Friday. "Traffic will be disrupted on Sunday on roads in Johannesburg," Chief Superintendent Wayne ...
 IOL1 month ago Jozi Freedom Ride cycle race to disrupt traffic  Citizen.co.za1 month ago SAPA - TRAFFIC-FREEDOMRIDE  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
BDlive

The cycles of reconciliation

LETS celebrate the simple, stylish, beautiful bicycle — anyone can ride a bike, theyre cheap, they reduce traffic, are good for your health, and make for happier communities. When you ride a bike, there's a powerful feeling of being connected; to ...
 BDlive1 month ago
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