Why You Should Set Your Goals – And Then Forget About Them | Dr. Srikumar Rao
How can you set goals for yourself without being attached to them? How can you return to your natural state of a peaceful being and still be successful in your career? Dr. Srikumar Rao shares his idea about this in this video.
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North East Africa: The Hidden Truth - Full Uncut Documentary
The documentary is divided into sections: 1. Geographical facts – unveils truth that Israel is in Africa not Asia minor/middle east (archaeological sites are visited, Suez Canal, Sinai Peninsula and tectonic shifting explained) 2. Connecting our Ancestry – Tribe leaders of people who have inhabited the land long before Europeans and Asians are interviewed, also amazing documents such as land titles, and other extraordinary documents and pictures are used to display undeniable truth. 3. Deception – This breaks down some long founded beliefs. For example Moses identity, Jesus being European (hidden pictures of a Black Jesus are shown in one of the oldest churches in the holy land). Film also shows the African quarters in the old city Jerusalem which is not on any modern map as a means to erase their every existence from the minds of the people of the land and tourist. 4. Change for Prosperity – Shows the accomplishments of the ancient African communities both tribal and Bedouin, and the direction their taking for a better future. 5. Spiritual Awakening — Introducing the notion of an uprising of African awareness in the holy land.
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Ancient Africa: How Europeans have it wrong - Professor Kevin MacDonald, UCL African Studies
Kevin C. MacDonald is Professor of African Archaeology at the UCL African Studies Research Centre where he has taught since completing his PhD at Cambridge in 1994. He has worked in Mali for more than twenty years on field projects ranging from the Late Stone Age to the historic era, principally in the Gourma, M?ma, Haute Vall?e and Segou regions. His analytical specialities include archaeozoology, ceramics lithics and the excavation of earthen structures. He is currently co-editor of the Routledge journal Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa. The UCL Institute for Global Health is an initiative to garner the power of UCL to address the most pressing issues of global health today. Anthony Costello (@globalhlthtwit) is Professor of International Child Health and Director of the UCL Institute for Global Health.
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Kalahari Bushmen | African Tribes
The bushmen once ranged over the entire continent, but they were displaced by Bantus pushing south. They took refuge in the Kalahari and namib deserts long before the arrival of the Europeans. Those who did not reach safety in the desert were exterminated or enslaved by the Bantus and the white people. It’s not surprising that the majority have alcohol problems. Luckily there are still some families holding onto their culture and traditions… including their hunting methods. Their most powerful weapon comes from under ground. Using metal bars they dig holes looking for the round objects that they’ll use to prepare a powerful poison. Back at camp, the men prepare to make the poison mixture. Then they chew the roots of the poisonous sansevieria plant and mix the resulting paste with the insides of the larvae and the seed powder, producing a liquid powerful enough to kill anything. All that's left is to apply the poison to some arrows. With the performance of the appropriate ritual, the spirits will show the way to find game. This is considered necessary in order to bring good luck and keep bad spirits away. The hunt has begun. They have hit a male oryx. If the arrow has hit a sensitive area, such as the neck or the lungs, the oryx will fall down dead in a matter of hours, but if not, the slow chase can go on for several days. The arrow punctured the oryx's left lung, resulting in a slow, painful death. The Bushmen are, in fact, extremely respectful of their natural environment, as many anthropologists have pointed out. This meat will provide enough food for a couple of weeks. They preserve it by smoking, and it belongs to the community as a whole.
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North East Africa - The Hidden Truth Documentary (Official Trailer)
1. Geographical facts - unveils truth that Israel is in Africa not Asia minor/middle east (archaeological sites are visited, Suez Canal, Sinai Peninsula and tectonic shifting explained) 2. Connecting our Ancestry - Tribe leaders of people who have inhabited the land long before Europeans and Asians are interviewed, also amazing documents such as land titles, and other extraordinary documents and pictures are used to display undeniable truth. 3. Deception - This breaks down some long founded beliefs. For example Moses identity, Jesus being European (hidden pictures of a Black Jesus are shown in one of the oldest churches in the holy land). Film also shows the African quarters in the old city Jerusalem which is not on any modern map as a means to erase their every existence from the minds of the people of the land and tourist. 4. Change for Prosperity - Shows the accomplishments of the ancient African communities both tribal and Bedouin, and the direction their taking for a better future. 5. Spiritual Awakening -- Introducing the notion of an uprising of African awareness in the holy land. .
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How trade wars affect South Africa: Prof. Mbatha
Economists say the growing protectionist stance of the current US administration has potentially negative implications for trade welfare in many African countries including South Africa. The US has been at loggerheads with China over the imposition of trade tariffs on imported goods from either of the countries leading to tension in world markets. South Africa's trade benefits under the current African Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA) of 2000 could potentially devastate many sectors that have benefited under the Act, with profound social impacts. Today we ask, has AGOA benefited the South African economy or presented it with challenges and problems?
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🇮🇳 The Lost Tribe: India's Jarawa People | 101 East
An ancient indigenous tribe is on the verge of extinction in India's Andaman Islands. Habitat loss, disease and exploitation could wipe out the 400-strong Jarawa tribe, who still hunt using bows and arrows. Lapses in policing and continued activity by tour operators, who encourage 'human safaris' where Jarawa women and children have in the past performed for tourists, are partly to blame for jeopardising the tribe's existence. Many activists want to close the main road into the tribal reserve to protect the tribe from further interaction with the outside world, but it is a lifeline providing food and work for the island's 600,000 inhabitants.
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Blacks, Blues, Black! Episode 5: African History | KQED Arts
Episode 5 of a 10-part TV series made by Dr. Maya Angelou for KQED in 1968 called Blacks, Blues, Black!, which examines the influence of African American culture on modern American society. Includes scenes of Dr. Angelou in the studio explaining why she feels it's essential to teach students a fully balanced account of African history. She states: "It is important that black Americans understand today that we ... must not fall into that trap of being sub-human or super human ... We have been as good as any human being can be. And we have been as bad as any human being can be." She uses poetry, music and historical images to illustrate her argument, as well as a panel discussion which includes reflections from Karen Richardson, introduced as the daughter of Julian and Raye Richardson of the "Success Book Store" (now known as Marcus Bookstore). Also features views of Dr. Angelou visiting a store in San Francisco which stocks traditional African art, clothing and jewelry. This episode was written and produced by Dr. Maya Angelou and directed by Robert Hagopian.
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Imvelo heads Vlakfortein to witness the coming of age of a young 16-year-old that is done the traditional way. From culture to tradition, customs and rituals, to spiritual and ancestral beliefs, Imvelo travels to different places in South Africa to explore various African traditional practices that are performed at different cultural rituals and events.
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Imperialism: Crash Course World History #35
In which John Green teaches you about European Imperialism in the 19th century. European powers started to create colonial empires way back in the 16th century, but businesses really took off in the 19th century, especially in Asia and Africa. During the 1800s, European powers carved out spheres of influence in China, India, and pretty much all of Africa. While all of the major (and some minor) powers in Europe participated in this new imperialism, England was by far the most dominant, once able to claim that the "sun never set on the British Empire." Also, they went to war for the right to continue to sell opium to the people of China. Twice. John will teach you how these empires managed to leverage the advances of the Industrial Revolution to build vast, wealth-generating empires. As it turns out, improved medicine, steam engines, and better guns were crucial in the 19th century conquests. Also, the willingness to exploit and abuse the people and resources of so-called "primitive" nations was very helpful in the whole enterprise.
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Africa: States of independence - the scramble for Africa
Seventeen African nations gained their independence in 1960, but the dreams of the independence era were short-lived. Africa states of independence tells the story of some of those countries - stories of mass exploitation, of the ecstasy of independence and of how - with liberation - a new, covert scramble for resources was born. [September 2, 2010]
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Nursery Rhyme: - 1,2,3,4,5 Once I caught a fish alive
Nursery Rhyme - 1,2,3,4,5 Once I caught a fish alive One two three four five is the first nursery rhyme many children learn to count to. We have made this version with three different choruses with original words and music that count through the numbers.
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Five Little Crayons Jumping On The Bed | Nursery Rhymes & Baby Songs | Kids Songs
Rhymes for children & kids songs with color crew babies from baby first tv. nursery rhymes & baby songs with surprise eggs. so sing -along with us !!! 0:16-5 little crayons jumping on the bed 2:29-10 in the bed 5:12-wheels on the bus 8:43-colors, head, shoulders, knees & toes 13:13-hickory dickory dock 14:43-family finger song 18:14-twinkle twinkle little star
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Learn To READ! | Vowel Rules- Vowel Vowel | LOTTY LEARNS
In this ABC phonics lesson, they land their rocket on planet Alphabet to learn an important Vowel rule! What happens when two vowels are next to each other? The second vowel stays quiet, while the vowel before it says it’s own name. This important Vowel rule is taught in a simple and effective way. This simplicity makes it easier for kids to view this ABC phonics lesson over and over until they have mastered it completely. Feel free to check out our other ABCs for kids videos! We release a new KIDS LEARNING video every week! So don't forget to subscribe. ABC phonics have never been so fun!
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Planets of the Solar System | Videos for Kids - Education - Solarsystem - Planet
Our topic for today is Planets of the Solar System. The eight planets in their increasing order of distance from the Sun are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. They revolve around the Sun in definite orbits.
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Exploring Our Solar System: Planets and Space for Kids - FreeSchool
- Help support more content like this! Here is an in-depth introduction to the Solar System and the planets that are in it. From the sun to why poor Pluto is no longer considered a planet, come along for a ride across the Solar System and learn a ton of cool facts about Solar System! FreeSchool is great for kids!
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ABC Phonics | Reading for | LOTTY LEARNS
Join Lotty on an amazing ABC PHONICS- reading for kids adventure with her friends Fuzz, Chuck, and Chip! Together, they will learn the ABC phonics, Capital and lowercase letters, vowels, letter sounds, letter blending, and sight words. Along the way they will sing songs, and even play games!
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Nelson Mandela for Kids! After 27 years in prison Nelson Mandela becomes President of South Africa
Nelson Mandela is the former President of South Africa. Watch this educational cartoon for kids on his life. Spending 27 years in prison Nelson Mandela fought against Apartheid in South African and became known in history as a leader for justice and civil rights.
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The Lord's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem
Jesus rides in triumph into Jerusalem. The multitudes greet Him with shouts of "Hosanna to the Son of David." Matthew 21: 1-11 1 And when they drew nigh unto Jerusalem, and were come to Bethphage, unto the mount of Olives, then sent Jesus two disciples, 2 Saying unto them, Go into the village over against you, and straightway ye shall find an ass tied, and a colt with her: loose them, and bring them unto me. 3 And if any man say ought unto you, ye shall say, The Lord hath need of them; and straightway he will send them. 4 All this was done, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, saying, 5 Tell ye the daughter of Sion, Behold, thy King cometh unto thee, meek, and sitting upon an ass, and a colt the foal of an ass. 6 And the disciples went, and did as Jesus commanded them, 7 And brought the ass, and the colt, and put on them their clothes, and they set him thereon. 8 And a very great multitude spread their garments in the way; others cut down branches from the trees, and strawed them in the way. 9 And the multitudes that went before, and that followed, cried, saying, Hosanna to the Son of David: Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord; Hosanna in the highest. 10 And when he was come into Jerusalem, all the city was moved, saying, Who is this? 11 And the multitude said, This is Jesus the prophet of Nazareth of Galilee.
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You won't believe what happened at GOW '18
I had quite a unique experience this past weekend when I was a guest on Dr. Tumi's Gathering of Worshippers with over 30 000 people at the Voortrekker monument in Pretoria, South Africa. Please watch and be inspired to be the change that the world needs...
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What Evidence is There for Jesus Outside the Bible?
At The Veritas Forum @ Rice, Marianne Meye Thompson answers a student's question about extra-biblical evidence for Jesus Christ. She discusses the famous quote in Josephus and the historical credibility of the New Testament. Over the past two decades, The Veritas Forum has been hosting vibrant discussions on life's hardest questions and engaging the world's leading colleges and universities with Christian perspectives and the relevance of Jesus.
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ISRAEL: CRUCIFIXION: NEW EVIDENCE
Israeli archaeologists have revealed startling new evidence which questions the traditional depiction of Jesus Christ's crucifixion. They unveiled the replica of a fossilised heel of a man crucified two-thousand years ago at a major exhibition in Jerusalem on Thursday. The nail appears to have been hammered into the bone sideways, suggesting the legs of crucifixion victims straddle the cross on either side, rather than hanging straight down. It isn't the first time questions have been raised about the accuracy of the depiction of the Crucifixion. The argument over whether Jesus Christ was nailed to the cross or simply strung up with rope is one that has continued for nearly fifteen-hundred years. Traditional depiction's usually show Christ with one nail piercing each palm and a third hammered through crossed feet extended straight down. But now it seems the traditional image may be inaccurate.
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Evidence Jesus Christ Rose from the Dead - William Lane Craig
Was Jesus Christ raised from the dead, as Christians claim? How would we know? What evidence is there? In this clip, William Lane Craig, professor of philosophy at Talbot, addresses one body of evidence that suggests that Jesus really did rise from the dead.
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Jesus Christ and Christianity | World History | Khan Academy
An overview of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and the birth of Christianity. World History on Khan Academy: From the earliest civilizations to the modern world, geography, religion, trade, and politics have bound peoples and nations together — and torn them apart. Take a journey through time and space and discover the fascinating history behind the complex world we inhabit today.
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Four Historical Facts that Prove Jesus Rose from the Dead
In this special Easter presentation of the John Ankerberg Show, Dr. John Ankerberg along with some of the world's foremost archaeologists and scholars, explore the four fundamental historical facts that prove Jesus rose from the dead. Almost all secular as well as Christian scholars agree to the historical accuracy of these facts, providing convincing evidence for the resurrection.
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I Died & Saw Heaven. Find Out What I Saw in Heaven! | Jeannette Meadows
In this It's Supernatural! Classic episode from 1999: Jeannette Meadows scored in the top ten percent on intelligence tests until she died on the operating table. She saw Heaven and returned to her body. When she returned to life, she didn't know the alphabet. It took her eight months to learn to just take a bath. It is a medical miracle she can think and speak so clearly!
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How to Find Your Path After School | Amba Brown | [email protected]
With so many choices, how can today’s graduates decide which path to take? Amba Brown discusses a new approach for navigating a happy life after school. Amba Brown is an Australian author, who holds a degree in psychology & sociology, with Honours in Positive Psychology. She is 31 years old, from Sydney, Australia, and has also lived in Asia and America. Her previous experience includes Psychological Investigations and employment at The Australian High Commission in Singapore before working as a full time author. Being the eldest of six siblings, Amba is passionate about alleviating youth anxieties. This passion resulted in the creation of the 'Finding Your Path’ book series, to support and inspire youth through their major life transitions; starting school, starting high school and finishing school. Aside from writing, Amba loves travelling, beach days and spending time with friends. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.
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Exploring South Africa's troubled education system - learning world
This week Learning World is getting to grips with the state of education in South Africa. From the early days of schooling through to university graduates euronews' Maha Barada has explored the highs and lows of a system only liberated from apartheid some 20 years ago. ==Apartheid Legacy== For the past two decades South Africa has struggled to normalise a two-tier education system created under apartheid. But the shackles of inequality between the country's white and black populations continues.
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NEWSNIGHT: Michael Buerk on life in Apartheid South Africa
What was it like living and working in Apartheid South Africa as an outsider? Michael Buerk was the BBC's South Africa correspondent from 1983 to 1987. Newsnight asked him to revisit some of his own reports from the country to paint a picture of Nelson Mandela and his life.
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Soweto Uprising: The Story Behind Sam Nzima's Photograph | 100 Photos | TIME
40 years ago, a protest against Afrikaans in the South African town of Soweto was violently put down by police, sparking a growing fight against apartheid with Sam Nzima's photo of Hector Pieterson. In this unprecedented exploration of 100 photographs that shaped the human experience, TIME goes behind each spectacular image to reveal how and why it changed the course of history.
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Mandela: Son of Africa, Father of a Nation | Official Full Documentary
This documentary about Nelson Mandela, nominated for an Oscar Award in 1996 (Best Documentary Feature), is the official film biography of Nelson Mandela, the first democratically elected president of the ethnically united South Africa. The film touches on Mandela's childhood, family, education, and his long struggle to gain freedom for all the various ethnic groups in South Africa, including his experiences on the Robben Island prison.
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South Africa passes bill aiming to return land to blacks
South Africa's parliament has approved a bill allowing the government to expropriate land in the public interest. The new measure will allow a compulsory purchase of lands and give more ownership to blacks. As a result of colonial dispossession and apartheid, 87 percent of South African land is owned by whites and only 13 percent by blacks. The governing party ANC said the law would tackle injustices imposed by white-minority rule.
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White South African farmers found guilty of attempted murder in 'coffin case'
Two South African white farmers have been found guilty of attempted murder after they filmed themselves forcing a black man into a coffin and threatening to burn him alive. They had pleaded not guilty. The case has drawn attention to POST-apartheid racial tensions.
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"Land Expropriation Without Compensation Is Not To Punish White People, It's About Equality"
The EFF's national spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi sat down with HuffPost SA to explain why the party is advocating for land expropriation without compensation and how farmers will be supported under this new legislation.
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Failed Reconciliation In Post-Apartheid South Africa (1998)
The Ones That Got Away (1998): The process of reconciliation began with great hope in South Africa's black and white communities. Now, however, it seems that the nation is struggling to move past the spectre of its deeply divided past. On a Sunday afternoon, Cynthia Ngewu visits her son’s simple grave. For her, like many other victims of apartheid the Truth Commission has delivered knowledge, but not comfort. Her son was one of the Guguletu Seven who tried to raid a police van in 1986. Even though the authorities discovered their plans, the men were not arrested, they were slaughtered. It was a massacre that has come to represent apartheid’s worst excesses. Unfortunately Claudia doesn’t feel she got anywhere near the truth at the TRC. For the people at the highest levels of politics stayed away. Craig Matthews was one of the few police officers who did tell of his part in the South Africa’s bloody history. He doesn’t expect to be forgiven, he knows people will hate him forever. But he at least did tell. He calls those who didn’t show-up LMFs – ‘Lacking in Moral Fibre’ and says their actions undermine the future. Cynthia knows how she feels about it: “In the white community they are not willing to accept that horrible past and humble themselves before the nation and bring about a healing.”
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Africa 360 | Racial integration in South Africa
Johannesburg - 1 November 2013, A controversial new documentary FATHERLAND explores some race relations issues in South Africa, particularly the fine line between patriotism and racism. The movie is a hard and unscripted look inside the 'Kommandokorps' military boot camps that are being run in some white Afrikaans rural communities in South Africa. This week, eNCA Africa Editor, Chris Maroleng, talks to Franz Jooste, head of the Kommandokorps and analyst Dr. Piet Croucamp of teh University of Johannesburg.
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Poverty preserves racial lines in post -apartheid South Africa
South Africa is a complex and changing country that is still dealing with a legacy of racial division. It was only 15 years ago that the system of apartheid ended, and since then many of the racial barriers have been broken down, if not forgotten. But a gap still exists today between have and have-nots, and many of the poor are black. They may be equal on paper, but because of impoverished conditions, many still feel unequal.
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Inside Story: How corrupt is South Africa?
Protesters have marched in Pretoria, Capetown and Durban, denouncing rampant corruption. The anti-corruption activists say the march was in support of transparent funding models for South Africa’s political parties. They say there is a need to bring an end to state-owned enterprises being used to benefit corrupt individuals. Since the African National Congress (ANC) took over, corrupt officials are said to have stolen a staggering $50bn. Is the ANC to blame? And can the scourge of corruption be stopped?
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South African women use social media to fight against violence | Al Jazeera English
In South Africa, rates of sexual violence and violence against women are among the highest recorded in the world, and the numbers of perpetrators prosecuted are much lower. Some women in South Africa are now using social media to seek justice.
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South Africa | Calls to ban apartheid-era symbol | Al Jazeera English
South Africa's new flag, designed to represent the "Rainbow Nation", has almost completely supplanted the previous, apartheid-era flag, but some South Africans worry about the context in which the old flag is still flown and want to ban its display. The Nelson Mandela Foundation, which wants the apartheid-era flag banned, saying it represents hate and racial discrimination.
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South African immigrants: - Stealing jobs or scapegoats?
A wave of resentment is sweeping through South Africa aimed at foreign nationals. The unrest began in Durban earlier this month, spreading to at least nine provinces, and reaching Johannesburg on Friday. At least six people have been killed, and thousands driven from their homes. It’s because of a perception that immigrants are taking South African jobs. Former president Jacob Zuma is calling for calm, saying violence against foreigners is unacceptable. Speaking in Cape Town, he said: "No amount of frustration or anger can ever justify the attacks on foreign nationals and the looting of their shops. We condemn the violence in the strongest possible terms." But are foreign workers being unfairly blamed for the social and economic failings of South Africa’s government?
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