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Two singers I had never heard in concert performed in the area last month, and I was so glad I changed my plans at the last minute to go to the shows because they were amazing. One is South African singer Lira who performed at Ramshead in Annapolis...
Tags: International Travel, Africa, Stevie Wonder, Annapolis, Mo'Nique
Sun Foreign ReporterLast in a series of occasional articles documenting issues of South Africa's post-apartheid generation Neckties flapped in the breeze as the half-dozen or so gang members gathered at their regular spot outside a small power substation. Their formal...
For tourist information on selected foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at 212-963-1234, dial 0 and ask for the number of the country's U.N. mission or delegation....
Tags: Japan, Croatia, Ghana, Mexico, Montenegro
Sun ReportersEnolia P. McMillan 1904 - 2006 -------------------- Enolia P. McMillan, the first female president of the NAACP and an educator whose career spanned 42 years. Mrs. McMillan, whose father was born a slave, became a teacher in 1927 and quickly became a...
• March 1999 -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approves Recombinant Activated Factor VII for treating bleeding in patients with rare forms of hemophilia. • May 1999 -- U.S. Army Col. John B. Holcomb and Israeli Dr. Uri Martinowitz...
Sun Foreign StaffSOWETO, South Africa - At yesterday's generally somber Mass, hymn-singing members of the Regina Mundi Catholic Church choir danced a stutter-step down the aisle as congregants slapped hymnbooks to the beat. Just outside the cavernous sanctuary, cars on a...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - While France and Russia each threatened to veto a United Nations resolution authorizing war against Iraq, the Bush administration agreed yesterday to ease the terms of its ultimatum to Baghdad in a bid to win Security Council backing for...
Tags: Pakistan, Japan, Heads of State, France, News Agency
Sun StaffWhen recent reports in The Sun and other publications revealed that former Army bioweapons scientist Dr. Steven J. Hatfill had claimed a Ph.D. he had not received, he offered an explanation. He had completed the work for the degree at Rhodes University...
Sun Foreign StaffSecond of two parts SOWETO, South Africa - They buried Jabulani Nene on a Tuesday. That it was Tuesday was no small matter because nearly all funerals in Soweto are held on Saturdays - the day for the dead. Saturday would have been Nene's day, too. But...
Tags: John Murphy, HIV, Heads of State, Sex, Death
Sun Foreign StaffCAPE TOWN, South Africa - Walking past the food delivery bays at a Cape Town technical college, Noor Ebrahim stopped abruptly and pointed to the pavement like a man discovering lost treasure. This, he said, was the spot where his family's home once stood....
Tags: John Murphy, Death, Nelson Mandela, Africa, Prisons
Sun Foreign StaffSOWETO, South Africa - In Mosa Makhubedu's home, voting is not just a right or a privilege, it's an emotional event. His 72-year-old mother, Rose, still vividly recalls South Africa's first democratic elections in 1994 as a day she had waited for from...
Tags: John Murphy, Death, Referenda, Africa, Colleges and Universities
Sun Foreign StaffJOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- On a recent sunny afternoon, several hundred South African celebrities, business leaders and other guests raised flutes of champagne to celebrate the unveiling of a 20-foot-high bronze statue of Nelson Mandela at one of...
Tags: John Murphy, DVDs and Movies, Death, Nelson Mandela, Africa
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