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SAFRICA-BOULDERING
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August 05, 2011
Visitor Matt Ballard of Tennessee, U.S. climbs a boulder near Clanwilliam in South Africa July 18, 2011....
multiple cities, South Africa
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Visitor Matt Ballard of Tennessee, U.S. climbs a boulder near Clanwilliam in South Africa July 18, 2011. Ballard is one of many climbers from around the world, drawn to the sleepy town in South Africa?s remote Cederberg mountains as initiates of the new sport of bouldering. Bouldering -- or clambering over rocks and rock faces generally not much higher than 8 metres (yards) without aids -- has been part of the training regime for climbers for more than a century. Picture taken July 18, 2011. To match Reuters Life! SAFRICA-BOULDERING/ REUTERS/Anton Ferreira (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY)
SAFRICA/
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September 12, 2010
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clanwilliam,...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clanwilliam...
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clanwilliam, September 12, 2010. The annual procession forms part of the "Living Landscapes" project aimed at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-
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September 12, 2010
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clanwilliam,...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clanwilliam...
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clanwilliam, September 12, 2010. The annual procession forms part of the "Living Landscapes" project aimed at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SAFRICA/
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September 12, 2010
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clanwilliam,...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clanwilliam...
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clanwilliam, September 12, 2010. The annual procession forms part of the "Living Landscapes" project aimed at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-
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September 12, 2010
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region hold lanterns in Clanwilliam, September 12, 2010....
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region hold lanterns in Clanwilliam
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region hold lanterns in Clanwilliam, September 12, 2010. The annual procession forms part of the "Living Landscapes" project aimed at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-
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September 08, 2008
A photographer takes pictures of seasonal wild flowers near Clamwilliam, September 8, 2008. Heralding...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
A photographer takes pictures of seasonal wild flowers near Clamwilliam
A photographer takes pictures of seasonal wild flowers near Clamwilliam, September 8, 2008. Heralding the advent of the southern hemisphere spring, colourful fields of daisies blanket the normally arid region drawing busloads of visitors annually. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-
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September 08, 2008
Visitors walk past fields of seasonal wild flowers near Clamwilliam, September 8, 2008. Heralding the...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Visitors walk past fields of seasonal wild flowers near Clamwilliam
Visitors walk past fields of seasonal wild flowers near Clamwilliam, September 8, 2008. Heralding the advent of the southern hemisphere spring, colourful fields of daisies blanket the normally arid region drawing busloads of visitors annually. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-
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September 08, 2008
Visitors walk past fields of seasonal wild flowers near Clamwilliam, September 8, 2008. Heralding the...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Visitors walk past fields of seasonal wild flowers near Clamwilliam
Visitors walk past fields of seasonal wild flowers near Clamwilliam, September 8, 2008. Heralding the advent of the southern hemisphere spring, colourful fields of daisies blanket the normally arid region drawing busloads of visitors annually. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
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September 07, 2008
A child from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region has his face painted with clay during the annual...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
A child from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region has his face painted with clay during the annual...
A child from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region has his face painted with clay during the annual "Living landscapes" procession through the streets of Clamwilliam September 7, 2008. The project aims at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
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September 07, 2008
Children of South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns during the annual "Living landscapes"...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children of South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns during the annual "Living landscapes"...
Children of South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns during the annual "Living landscapes" procession through the streets of Clamwilliam, September 7, 2008. The project aims at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
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September 07, 2008
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam,...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam...
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam, September 7, 2008. The annual procession forms part of the "Living Landscapes" project aimed at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
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September 07, 2008
Performers from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region dance during the annual "Living landscapes" procession...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Performers in South Africa's remote Cedarberg region dance during the annual "Living landscapes" procession...
Performers from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region dance during the annual "Living landscapes" procession through the streets of Clamwilliam, September 7, 2008. The project aims at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
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September 07, 2008
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam,...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam...
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam, September 7, 2008. The annual procession forms part of the "Living Landscapes" project aimed at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-
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September 07, 2008
Children of South Africa's remote Cedarberg region have their faces painted with clay during the annual...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children of South Africa's remote Cedarberg region have their faces painted with clay during the annual...
Children of South Africa's remote Cedarberg region have their faces painted with clay during the annual "Living landscapes" procession through the streets of Clamwilliam, September 7, 2008. The project aims at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
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September 07, 2008
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam,...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam...
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam, September 7, 2008. The annual procession forms part of the "Living Landscapes" project aimed at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
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September 07, 2008
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region have their faces painted with clay during the annual...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region have their faces painted with clay during the annual...
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region have their faces painted with clay during the annual "Living landscapes" procession through the streets of Clamwilliam, September 7, 2008. The project aims at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
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September 07, 2008
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam,...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam...
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam, September 7, 2008. The annual procession forms part of the "Living Landscapes" project aimed at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
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September 07, 2008
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam,...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam...
Children from South Africa's remote Cedarberg region carry lanterns through the streets of Clamwilliam, September 7, 2008. The annual procession forms part of the "Living Landscapes" project aimed at fostering awareness of the region's KhoiSan cultural heritage. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA ROCK
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November 22, 2006
Rock paintings adorn a cave near Clanwilliam in South Africa's rugged Cederberg mountains in this March...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
For release with feature SAFRICA ROCK
Rock paintings adorn a cave near Clanwilliam in South Africa's rugged Cederberg mountains in this March 2006 file picture. In the caves of South Africa's Cederberg mountains, an ancient people left a legacy of rock art that could teach modern man a valuable lesson or two about living in harmony with nature. That is the view of John Parkington, professor of archaeology at the University of Cape Town, who has spent 40 years in the Cederberg and neighbouring areas researching rock paintings and other artefacts left by the pre-colonial hunter-gatherers who once roamed southern Africa. For release with feature SAFRICA ROCK REUTERS/Garth Stead (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOUTH AFRICA
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April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A farmworker mixes piles of raw Rooibos tea as it emerges from a thresher at...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A farmworker mixes piles of raw Rooibos tea as it emerges from a thresher at.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A farmworker mixes piles of raw Rooibos tea as it emerges from a thresher at a processing plant in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. [South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. ] Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SOUTH AFRICA
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April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Farmworker Louise Samson sorts raw Rooibos tea for drying in the remote mountains...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Farmworker Louise Samson sorts raw Rooibos tea for drying in the remote moun.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Farmworker Louise Samson sorts raw Rooibos tea for drying in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. [South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year.] Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SOUTH AFRICA
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April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. [South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year.] Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SOUTH AFRICA
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April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A worker piles up leaves of Rooibos tea for drying in the remote mountains of...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A worker piles up leaves of Rooibos tea for drying in the remote mountains o.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A worker piles up leaves of Rooibos tea for drying in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. [South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year.] Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SOUTH AFRICA
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April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Workers hoist bags of Rooibos tea onto a tractor in the remote mountains of the...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Workers hoist bags of Rooibos tea onto a tractor in the remote mountains of .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Workers hoist bags of Rooibos tea onto a tractor in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. [South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year.] Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SOUTH AFRICA
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April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountain of the...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountain of t.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountain of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. [South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year.] Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SOUTH AFRICA
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April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Bags of harvested Rooibos tea are piled up on the back of a tractor in the remote...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Bags of harvested Rooibos tea are piled up on the back of a tractor in the r.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Bags of harvested Rooibos tea are piled up on the back of a tractor in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the [U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year.] Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SOUTH AFRICA
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April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A farmworker mixes piles of raw Rooibos tea as it emerges from a thresher at...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A farmworker mixes piles of raw Rooibos tea as it emerges from a thresher at.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - A farmworker mixes piles of raw Rooibos tea as it emerges from a thresher at a processing plant in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. [South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year.] Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SOUTH AFRICA
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April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Farmworker "Oupa" Willem Farmer carries bags of raw Rooibos tea at a processing...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Farmworker "Oupa" Willem Farmer carries bags of raw Rooibos tea at a process.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Farmworker "Oupa" Willem Farmer carries bags of raw Rooibos tea at a processing plant in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. [South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. Market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year.] Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SOUTH AFRICA
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April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Workers sweep drying Rooibos tea leaves in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Workers sweep drying Rooibos tea leaves in the remote mountains of the Cedar.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Workers sweep drying Rooibos tea leaves in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. [South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year.] Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXOGMX
April 04, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Harvesters transport a load of wild Rooibos tea by donkey cart in the remote...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Harvesters transport a load of wild Rooibos tea by donkey cart in the remote.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 30MAR06 - Harvesters transport a load of wild Rooibos tea by donkey cart in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of [Cape Town], March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the [U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year]. Photo taken March 30, 2006.
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
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April 04, 2006
Farmworker "Oupa" Willem Farmer carries bags of raw Rooibos tea at a processing plant in the remote...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Farmworker "Oupa" Willem Farmer carries bags of raw Rooibos tea at a processing plant in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. Market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
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April 04, 2006
Workers hoist bags of Rooibos tea onto a tractor at a processing plant in the remote mountains of the...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Workers hoist bags of Rooibos tea onto a tractor at a processing plant in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
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April 04, 2006
A child stands beside a donkey cart loaded with Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
A child stands beside a donkey cart loaded with Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
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April 04, 2006
A farmworker mixes piles of raw Rooibos tea as it emerges from a thresher at a processing plant in the...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
A farmworker mixes piles of raw Rooibos tea as it emerges from a thresher at a processing plant in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
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April 04, 2006
Workers sweep drying Rooibos tea leaves in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Workers sweep drying Rooibos tea leaves in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
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April 04, 2006
A worker sweeps drying Rooibos tea leaves in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
A worker sweeps drying Rooibos tea leaves in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
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April 04, 2006
A worker walk past piles of drying Rooibos tea leaves in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region,...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
A worker walk past piles of drying Rooibos tea leaves in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
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April 04, 2006
Workers hoist bags of Rooibos tea onto a tractor in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Workers hoist bags of Rooibos tea onto a tractor in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5XT
April 04, 2006
A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region about...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5XO
April 04, 2006
A farmworker mixes piles of raw Rooibos tea as it emerges from a thresher at a processing plant in the...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
A farmworker mixes piles of raw Rooibos tea as it emerges from a thresher at a processing plant in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5XN
April 04, 2006
Farmworker Louise Samson sorts raw Rooibos tea for drying in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region,...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Farmworker Louise Samson sorts raw Rooibos tea for drying in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5XM
April 04, 2006
A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5XJ
April 04, 2006
A worker piles up leaves of Rooibos tea for drying in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
A worker piles up leaves of Rooibos tea for drying in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5XI
April 04, 2006
Workers turn over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Workers turn over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5XH
April 04, 2006
Workers hoist bags of Rooibos tea onto a tractor in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Workers hoist bags of Rooibos tea onto a tractor in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5XE
April 04, 2006
A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountain of the Cedarberg region, about...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
A worker turns over drying leaves of Rooibos tea in the remote mountain of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5X4
April 04, 2006
Bags of raw Rooibos tea pile up at a processing plant run by the Moravian Church in the remote mountains...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Bags of raw Rooibos tea pile up at a processing plant run by the Moravian Church in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5X0
April 04, 2006
Harvesters transport a load of wild Rooibos tea by donkey cart in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Harvesters transport a load of wild Rooibos tea by donkey cart in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5WW
April 04, 2006
Workers sweep leaves of drying Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Workers sweep leaves of drying Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5WU
April 04, 2006
Farmworker "Oupa" Willem Farmer takes a break while tending to drying Rooibos tea in the remote mountains...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Farmworker "Oupa" Willem Farmer takes a break while tending to drying Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. Market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5WS
April 04, 2006
Bags of harvested Rooibos tea are piled up on the back of a tractor in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
Bags of harvested Rooibos tea are piled up on the back of a tractor in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibos. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA ROOIBOS
RTR1C5WQ
April 04, 2006
A worker turns over leaves of drying Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
To match feature Safrica Rooibos
A worker turns over leaves of drying Rooibos tea in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. South African suppliers say the tea, grown nowhere else, is poised for a big expansion in the U.S. market following their victory in a trademark dispute in American courts last year. Photo taken March 30, 2006. To match feature Safrica-Rooibus. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
MANDELA
RTXIZ4S
May 12, 1999
President Nelson Mandela waves to well-wishers as he visits a school in the rural Western Cape town of...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
President Nelson Mandela waves to well-wishers as he visits a school in the rural Western Cape town .....
President Nelson Mandela waves to well-wishers as he visits a school in the rural Western Cape town of Clanwilliam, May 12. Mandela, who is due to retire as State President, was on a farewell visit to the the town ahead of the country's second democratic elections, set for June 2.
SAFRICA MANDELA
RTRP3IV
May 12, 1999
President Nelson Mandela lays a wreath at the grave of Afrikaans poet and writer C Louis Leipoldt outside...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
PRESIDENT MANDELA VISITS THE GRAVE OF POET C LOUIS LEIPOLDT IN CLANWILLIAM.
President Nelson Mandela lays a wreath at the grave of Afrikaans poet and writer C Louis Leipoldt outside the rural Western Cape town of Clanwilliam, May 12. Liepoldt, a liberal, was ostracised for his opposition to the Afrikaner Nationalist movement which gave rise to the Apartheid state. Mandela, who is due to retire as State President, was on a farewell visit to the the town ahead of the country's second democratic elections, set for June 2.

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SAFRICA MANDELA
RTRP3ID
May 12, 1999
President Nelson Mandela waves to well-wishers as he visits a school in the rural Western Cape town of...
Clanwilliam, South Africa
PRESIDENT MANDELA WAVES TO WELL WISHERS DURING CAMPAIGN IN CLANWILLIAM.
President Nelson Mandela waves to well-wishers as he visits a school in the rural Western Cape town of Clanwilliam, May 12. Mandela, who is due to retire as State President, was on a farewell visit to the the town ahead of the country's second democratic elections, set for June 2.

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