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Johannesburg, Jun 26 A week of public yoga events to mark the International Day of Yoga have ended at Tolstoy Farm, the commune established by Mahatma Gandhi during his stay in this South African city. More than 30 events over the past week in all major cities of South Africa saw tens of thousands of people from all communities participate in yoga activities arranged by the Indian missions in the country in collaboration with community organisations and local yoga schools.
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Johannesburg, Jun 14 Tens of thousands of people of all races and ages are expected to participate in more than 25 events across South Africa next week to celebrate the third International Day of Yoga . After a proposal by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his September 2014 inaugural speech at the UN, 177 countries, including South Africa, co-sponsored the resolution that was passed in December that year to declare June 21 as the International Day of Yoga.
Johannesburg [South Africa], June 14 : Former Australian tennis player Isaac Frost has been charged with facilitating match-fixing at an ATP Challenger tournament in Victoria last year. Frost appeared before the Brisbane Magistrates Court facing 11 criminal charges following a joint Queensland Police, Crime and Corruption Commission and Victoria Police investigation.
Joburg – Opel owners and fans can breathe a sigh of relief: the future of the brand in South Africa is assured with today's announcement that the Williams Hunt group will take over as the dedicated distributor of the German brand. This follows last month's shock revelation by General Motors that it would disinvest from South Africa and that from the end of this year it would no longer locally build or import Chevrolets.
“La-la-la-la-la-la, sing a happy song. La-la-la-la-la-la, Smurf the whole day long!” A song that generations of fans have come to love and with a little sprinkle of magic dust, South African audiences will soon be transported into the magical world of colourful mushroom houses and little blue people when THE SMURFS LIVE ON STAGE – SMURFS SAVE SPRING takes to the stage in a month from the 13th to the 30th July 2017 at the Theatre of Marcellus at Emperors Palace, Johannesburg.
Turkish book agent Barbaros Altug's reality is starting to resemble some of his most popular fiction, unfortunately for him. Like the family in a client's newest best-seller, Altug has joined the real-life exodus of Turks leaving their homeland amid President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's purge of enemies and dissenters.
Instead of tweeting controversial remarks about colonialism, Western Cape Premier Helen Zille said she would instead tweet about her grandchild. “I will be tweeting about my granddaughter… and all other things vanilla and chocolate,” she said on the sidelines of a media briefing she held with her party leader Mmusi Maimane on Tuesday.
The Paris Climate Accord is a treaty of sovereign nation-states. “Sovereign” in this context means that they recognize no enforceable law above themselves.
McCann Worldgroup Philippines is denying allegations of plagiarism after controversy arose over a new campaign promoting the country's tourism department. The new ad, “Sights,” works from a brilliant premise: A blind tourist visits the Philippines and rediscovers his other senses in the process.
Davis musician Gabe Lewin will present “Pop a Wheelie Blues” at the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Davis, at noon Thursday, June 15, at The Symposium Restaurant, 1620 E. Eighth St. First-time guests receive a free lunch from the select menu prepared by The Symposium. When he was 8, Gabe already loved to sing “Kisses Sweeter than Wine” and would make people listen to him at every opportunity.
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