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Ten Birmingham-area high school students returned from 10 days in South Africa Friday with a greater understanding of how that country's anti-apartheid movement resembled the U.S. civil rights movement -- and a greater appreciation for home.
First Lady Michelle Obama, took part Thursday in a meeting with young people at the stadium in Cape Town, south Africa, which was attended by the Nobel Peace Prize and former Archbishop Desmond Tutu, said today the local
Anti-apartheid activist and former African National Congress cabinet minister, Mr Kader Asmal died yesterday, 22 June, of a heart-attack in a Constantia Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa. Mr Asmal was 77 years old. Born in KwaZulu
Mrs Obama’s outfits for her official trip have been understated and functional and appropriate to the occasion as she makes various appearances and meets with the public and influential figures. In a photo
Michelle Obama, First Lady of the USA is on a visit to South Africa with her daughters Sasha and Malia. But – she received a cold shoulder from Jacob Zuma, the President of South Africa. Apparently, the President did not meet her and,
The Video is at next or 2 after the image please. Oh yes he did! Not only is President Obama good at getting the bad guy Bin Laden,turns out he is also good at comforting babies and get them to stop crying. At a Congressional
The First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama arrived Monday in South Africa, the first step in a six-day trip for Southern Africa, according to the White House to encourage the entrenchment of democracy on the continent.Mrs.
The Obama women have touched down in Pretoria, South Africa at Waterkloof Airforce Base for their five-day tour. Michelle Obama, her mother Marian Robinson and the girls Sasha and Malia will be touring South
Family members arrive at the funeral of anti-apartheid heroine Albertina Sisulu, in Soweto on June 11, 2011. Sisulu died on June 2 at her Johannesburg home at the age of 92. Her husband Walter was Mandela's political mentor and their decades of
Today, South Africa marks the 35 year anniversary of the 16 June 1976 student uprisings in Soweto, where the apartheid police forces responded with teargas and live bullets to a peaceful protest by high school students in Soweto for better education.