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SAFRICA-WHITES/
RTR2C3H0 
March 26, 2010 
A woman drives a car at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans at Coronation Park in Krugersdorp,... 
KRUGERSDORP, South Africa 
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A woman drives a car at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans at Coronation Park in Krugersdorp, March 13, 2010. A shift in racial hiring practices and the recent global economic crisis means many white South Africans have fallen on hard times. Researchers now estimate some 450,000 whites, of a total white population of 4.5 million, live below the poverty line and 100,000 are struggling just to survive in places such as Coronation Park, a former caravan camp currently home to more than 400 white squatters. Picture taken March 13, 2010. To match feature SAFRICA-WHITES/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SAFRICA-WHITES/
RTR2C3GZ 
March 26, 2010 
Lukas Gouws (C), 29, scolds a boy for digging up snakes at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans... 
KRUGERSDORP, South Africa 
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Lukas Gouws (C), 29, scolds a boy for digging up snakes at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans at Coronation Park in Krugersdorp, March 6, 2010. A shift in racial hiring practices and the recent global economic crisis means many white South Africans have fallen on hard times. Researchers now estimate some 450,000 whites, of a total white population of 4.5 million, live below the poverty line and 100,000 are struggling just to survive in places such as Coronation Park, a former caravan camp currently home to more than 400 white squatters. Picture taken March 6, 2010. To match feature SAFRICA-WHITES/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SAFRICA-WHITES/
RTR2C3GY 
March 26, 2010 
A girl cries after being beaten by her father, in their makeshift home at a squatter camp for poor white... 
KRUGERSDORP, South Africa 
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A girl cries after being beaten by her father, in their makeshift home at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans at Coronation Park in Krugersdorp, March 12, 2010. A shift in racial hiring practices and the recent global economic crisis means many white South Africans have fallen on hard times. Researchers now estimate some 450,000 whites, of a total white population of 4.5 million, live below the poverty line and 100,000 are struggling just to survive in places such as Coronation Park, a former caravan camp currently home to more than 400 white squatters. Picture taken March 12, 2010. To match feature SAFRICA-WHITES/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SAFRICA-WHITES/
RTR2C3GX 
March 26, 2010 
Lukas Gouws, 29, smokes at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans at Coronation Park in Krugersdorp,... 
KRUGERSDORP, South Africa 
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Lukas Gouws, 29, smokes at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans at Coronation Park in Krugersdorp, March 6, 2010. A shift in racial hiring practices and the recent global economic crisis means many white South Africans have fallen on hard times. Researchers now estimate some 450,000 whites, of a total white population of 4.5 million, live below the poverty line and 100,000 are struggling just to survive in places such as Coronation Park, a former caravan camp currently home to more than 400 white squatters. Picture taken March 6, 2010. To match feature SAFRICA-WHITES/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SAFRICA-WHITES/
RTR2C3GW 
March 26, 2010 
People attend an Afrikaans Sunday service in a makeshift tent church at a squatter camp for poor white... 
KRUGERSDORP, South Africa 
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People attend an Afrikaans Sunday service in a makeshift tent church at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans at Coronation Park in Krugersdorp, March 7, 2010. A shift in racial hiring practices and the recent global economic crisis means many white South Africans have fallen on hard times. Researchers now estimate some 450,000 whites, of a total white population of 4.5 million, live below the poverty line and 100,000 are struggling just to survive in places such as Coronation Park, a former caravan camp currently home to more than 400 white squatters. Picture taken March 7, 2010. To match feature SAFRICA-WHITES/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS RELIGION) 
SAFRICA-WHITES/
RTR2C3GV 
March 26, 2010 
Donovan Durant (C), 23, carries the casket of his baby who died hours after being born prematurely while... 
KRUGERSDORP, South Africa 
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Donovan Durant (C), 23, carries the casket of his baby who died hours after being born prematurely while his girlfriend Anna Snyders, 20, (L) is comforted during a funeral service at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans at Coronation Park in Krugersdorp, March 12, 2010. A shift in racial hiring practices and the recent global economic crisis means many white South Africans have fallen on hard times. Researchers now estimate some 450,000 whites, of a total white population of 4.5 million, live below the poverty line and 100,000 are struggling just to survive in places such as Coronation Park, a former caravan camp currently home to more than 400 white squatters. Picture taken March 12, 2010. To match feature SAFRICA-WHITES/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SAFRICA-WHITES/
RTR2C3GU 
March 26, 2010 
A family smokes together during a quiet moment at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans at Coronation... 
None, South Africa 
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A family smokes together during a quiet moment at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans at Coronation Park in Krugersdorp, March 13, 2010. A shift in racial hiring practices and the recent global economic crisis means many white South Africans have fallen on hard times. Researchers now estimate some 450,000 whites, of a total white population of 4.5 million, live below the poverty line and 100,000 are struggling just to survive in places such as Coronation Park, a former caravan camp currently home to more than 400 white squatters. Picture taken March 13, 2010. To match feature SAFRICA-WHITES/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SAFRICA-WHITES/
RTR2C3GT 
March 26, 2010 
Children play with a tyre used to block the entrance to a squatter camp for poor white South Africans,... 
KRUGERSDORP, South Africa 
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Children play with a tyre used to block the entrance to a squatter camp for poor white South Africans, at Coronation Park in Krugersdorp, March 6, 2010. A shift in racial hiring practices and the recent global economic crisis means many white South Africans have fallen on hard times. Researchers now estimate some 450,000 whites, of a total white population of 4.5 million, live below the poverty line and 100,000 are struggling just to survive in places such as Coronation Park, a former caravan camp currently home to more than 400 white squatters. Picture taken March 6, 2010. To match feature SAFRICA-WHITES/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
SOCCER/
RTXQXAX 
November 19, 2009 
A man walks towards the National Afrikaans Literary Museum in Bloemfontein, November 19, 2009. A treasure... 
Bloemfontein, South Africa 
A man walks towards the National Afrikaans Literary Museum in Bloemfontein 
A man walks towards the National Afrikaans Literary Museum in Bloemfontein, November 19, 2009. A treasure house of African literature, with manuscripts, books, photographs and other items belonging to well-known South African writers. Bloemfontein is one of nine South African cities hosting the 2010 Fifa Soccer World Cup. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA SPORT SOCCER) 
SOCCER/
RTXQXAW 
November 19, 2009 
A general view of the National Afrikaans Literary Museum is seen in Bloemfontein, November 19, 2009.... 
Bloemfontein, South Africa 
A general view of the National Afrikaans Literary Museum is seen in Bloemfontein 
A general view of the National Afrikaans Literary Museum is seen in Bloemfontein, November 19, 2009. A treasure house of African literature, with manuscripts, books, photographs and other items belonging to well-known South African writers. Bloemfontein is one of nine South African cities hosting the 2010 Fifa Soccer World Cup. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA YOUTHDAY
RTR1EIWN 
June 16, 2006 
Policemen stand in front of the Hector Piterson memorial during the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising,... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Policemen stand in front of the Hector Piterson memorial during the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising... 
Policemen stand in front of the Hector Piterson memorial during the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, marked every year with a national holiday known as Youth Day in Soweto June 16,2006. Dozens of black high school students were killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto. The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA YOUTHDAY
RTR1EIWE 
June 16, 2006 
South African President Thabo Mbeki waves during a ceremony to commemorate the anniversary of the Soweto... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
South African President Thabo Mbeki waves during a ceremony to commemorate the anniversary of the Soweto... 
South African President Thabo Mbeki waves during a ceremony to commemorate the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, marked every year with a national holiday known as Youth Day in Soweto June 16,2006. Dozens of black high school students were killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto.The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA YOUTHDAY
RTR1EIWC 
June 16, 2006 
Crowds chant slogans during a ceremony to commemorate the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising in Soweto... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Crowds chant slogans during a ceremony to commemorate the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising in Soweto... 
Crowds chant slogans during a ceremony to commemorate the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising in Soweto June 16,2006. The uprising is marked every year with a national holiday known as Youth Day. Dozens of black high school students were killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto.The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA YOUTHDAY
RTR1EIRZ 
June 16, 2006 
South African President Thabo Mbeki makes a speech during the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, marked... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
South African President Mbeki makes a speech during the anniversary of Soweto Uprising 
South African President Thabo Mbeki makes a speech during the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, marked every year with a national holiday known as Youth Day in Soweto June 16, 2006. Dozens of black high school students were killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto.The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA SOWETO UPRISING
RTR1EIQU 
June 16, 2006 
South African President Thabo Mbeki greets his supporters during the anniversary of Soweto Uprising,... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
South African President Mbeki greets his supporters during anniversary of Soweto Uprising in Soweto 
South African President Thabo Mbeki greets his supporters during the anniversary of Soweto Uprising, marked every year with a national holiday known as Youth Day, in Soweto June 16, 2006. Dozens of black high school students were killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto. The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (South Africa) 
SAFRICA YOUTHDAY
RTR1EIQR 
June 16, 2006 
A women dressed in ANC attire chants slogans during the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, marked every... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
A women dressed in ANC attire chants slogans during the anniversary of Soweto Uprising 
A women dressed in ANC attire chants slogans during the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, marked every year with a national holiday known as Youth Day in Soweto June 16,2006. Dozens of black high school students were killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto.The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA YOUTHDAY
RTR1EIQO 
June 16, 2006 
A man dressed in a school attire carries a placard during the anniversary of Soweto Uprising, marked... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
A man dressed in a school attire carries a placard during the anniversary of Soweto Uprising 
A man dressed in a school attire carries a placard during the anniversary of Soweto Uprising, marked every year with a national holiday known as Youth Day in Soweto June 16,2006. Dozens of black high school students were killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto.The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (South Africa) 
SAFRICA YOUTHDAY
RTR1EIQL 
June 16, 2006 
A young boy dressed in traditional Zulu attire looks on during the anniversary of Soweto Uprising, marked... 
Soweto, South Africa 
A young boy dressed in traditional Zulu attire looks on during the anniversary of Soweto Uprising 
A young boy dressed in traditional Zulu attire looks on during the anniversary of Soweto Uprising, marked every year with a national holiday known as Youth Day in Soweto June 16, 2006. Dozens of black high school students were killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto.The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (South Africa) 
SAFRICA YOUTHDAY
RTR1EIPE 
June 16, 2006 
Young men chant slogans during the anniversary of June 16, marked annually with a national holiday known... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Young men chant slogans during Youth Day in Soweto 
Young men chant slogans during the anniversary of June 16, marked annually with a national holiday known as Youth Day, in Soweto June 16, 2006. Dozens of black high school students were killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto. The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA) 
SAFRICA SOWETO UPRISING
RTR1EIOT 
June 16, 2006 
South African President Thabo Mbeki lays wreaths at the Hector Pieterson memorial in Soweto, June 16,... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
South African President Mbeki lays wreaths at Hector Pieterson memorial in Soweto 
South African President Thabo Mbeki lays wreaths at the Hector Pieterson memorial in Soweto, June 16, 2006. Pieterson was among about two dozen black high school students killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto. The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (South Africa) 
SAFRICA SOWETO UPRISING
RTR1EIOC 
June 16, 2006 
South African President Thabo Mbeki talks to journalists after laying wreaths at the Hector Pieterson... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
South African President Mbeki talks to journalists after laying wreaths at Hector Pieterson memorial... 
South African President Thabo Mbeki talks to journalists after laying wreaths at the Hector Pieterson memorial in Soweto, June 16, 2006. Pieterson was among about two dozen black high school students killed by white security forces on June 16, 1976, during a march by thousands of teenagers and children in Soweto.The protest was directed at the white government's insistence that students be taught in Afrikaans, spoken by the mostly Dutch-descended ruling Afrikaners and seen then as the language of the oppressor. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (South Africa) 
SINGAPORE
RTRB2RV 
May 13, 2005 
An adult white-lipped rhinoceros looks on in the Singapore Zoo, Singapore May 13, 2005. White, in the... 
Singapore, United Kingdom 
Adult white-lipped rhinoceros looks on in the Singapore Zoo. 
An adult white-lipped rhinoceros looks on in the Singapore Zoo, Singapore May 13, 2005. White, in the Ceratotherium simum, does not refer to the animals' colour, it is the afrikaans word for "wide lipped". The Singapore Zoo has long been acclaimed for its open zoo concept, where animals live in spacious and landscaped enclosures simulating that of their natural habitat. REUTERS/Tim Chong TC/PN 
SINGAPORE
RTRB2R6 
May 13, 2005 
Two adult white-lipped rhinoceros copulates while a young one looks on in the Singapore Zoo, Singapore... 
Singapore, United Kingdom 
Two white-lipped rhinoceros copulates while a young one looks on in the Singapore Zoo. 
Two adult white-lipped rhinoceros copulates while a young one looks on in the Singapore Zoo, Singapore May 13, 2005. White, in the Ceratotherium simum, does not refer to the animals colour, it is the afrikaans word for "wide lipped". The Singapore Zoo has long been acclaimed for its open zoo concept, where animals live in spacious and landscaped enclosures simulating that of their natural habitat. REUTERS/Tim Chong TC/PN 
ZAMBIA
RTXMYOL 
October 09, 2004 
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrates beating Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South... 
Livingstone, Zambia 
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrates beating Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and ..... 
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrates beating Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South Africa's Rhodes and Rand Afrikaans Universities in a 300 metre raft race on the Zambezi River on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls October 9, 2004. [The Zambian edged Cambridge to win the race during the regatta which celebrates 100 years of water sports on the southern African river.] 
ZAMBIA
RTXMYOK 
October 09, 2004 
Zambian white water rafting crews race against Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South Africa's... 
Livingstone, Zambia 
Zambian white water rafting crews race against Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South A..... 
Zambian white water rafting crews race against Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South Africa's Rhodes and Rand Afrikaans Universities in a 300 metre raft race on the Zambezi River on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls October 9, 2004. [The Zambian edged Cambridge to the the race during the regatta which celebrates 100 years of water sports on the southern African river.] 
SPORT
RTRY7IT 
October 09, 2004 
South African Rand Afrikaans University mens rowing eight celebrate victory during a centenary regatta... 
Livingstone, Zambia 
South African Rand Afrikaans University mens rowing eight celebrate victory during a centenary ... 
South African Rand Afrikaans University mens rowing eight celebrate victory during a centenary regatta on the Zambezi River. South African Rand Afrikaans University mens rowing eight (L-R) Ronald Stockwell, Anthony Paladin, Richard Gilfillian, Dearne Kearnes and Matthew Bell celebrate victory in the 500 metre sprint against fellow South African Rhodes University and the British university rowing teams from Oxford and Cambridge (FRONT) on the Zambezi river on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls. The team also won the 2000 metre international in the Zambezi Centenary Regatta to mark 100 years of water sports at the Victoria Falls. REUTERS/Howard Burditt 
SPORT
RTRY7I3 
October 09, 2004 
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrate beating Britain's university rowing teams of Oxford and... 
Livingstone, Zambia 
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrate beating Britain's university rowing teams of Oxford and... 
A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrate beating Britain's university rowing teams of Oxford and Cambridge and two South African teams. A Zambian white water rafting crew celebrates beating Britain's Oxford and Cambridge university and South Africa's Rhodes and Rand Afrikaans Universities in a 300 metre raft race on the Zambezi River on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls October 9, 2004. The Zambian edged Cambridge to win the race during the regatta which celebrates 100 years of water sports on the southern African river. REUTERS/Howard Burditt REUTERS 
SPORT
RTRY7HZ 
October 09, 2004 
South African Rand Afrikaans University mens rowing eight celebrate victory during a centenary regatta... 
Livingstone, Zambia 
South African Rand Afrikaans University mens rowing eight celebrate victory during a centenary ... 
South African Rand Afrikaans University mens rowing eight celebrate victory during a centenary regatta on the Zambezi River. South African Rand Afrikaans University mens rowing eight (L-R) Ronald Stockwell, Anthony Paladin, Richard Gilfillian, Dearne Kearnes, Matthew Bell, Matthew Chittenden, Ross Hawkins, Kevin Malan and cox Keith Thompson celebrate their victory in the 2000 metre international against fellow South African Rhodes University and the British university rowing teams from Oxford and Cambridge on the Zambezi river on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls October 9, 2004. The team also won the 500 metres sprint in the Zambezi Centenary Regatta to mark 100 years of water sports at the Victoria Falls. REUTERS/Howard Burditt 
SPORT
RTRY7HS 
October 09, 2004 
Britain's Oxford University rowing eight race past a river cruiser during a regatta against Cambridge... 
Livingstone, Zambia 
Britain's Oxford University rowing eight race past a river cruiser during a regatta against ... 
Britain's Oxford University rowing eight race past a river cruiser during a regatta against Cambridge and two South African teams on the Zambezi River. Britain's Oxford University rowing eight (L-R) Charles Humphries, Nicholas Robinson, Luka Grubor, James Roycroft, Andrew Lindsay, Micheal Bonham, Edward Coode, Leif Nilsson and cox Peter Greany race past a river cruiser during a regatta against Cambridge and South African Universities Rhodes and Rand Afrikaans (RAU) on the Zambezi River on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls. RAU won the 500 metres sprint in the Zambezi Centenary Regatta to mark 100 years of water sports at the Victoria Falls REUTERS/Howard Burditt 
SPORT
RTRY7A5 
October 09, 2004 
South African Rhodes University rowing eight celebrate victory during centenary regatta on the Zambezi... 
Livingstone, Zambia 
South African Rhodes University rowing eight celebrate victory during centenary regatta on the ... 
South African Rhodes University rowing eight celebrate victory during centenary regatta on the Zambezi River. South African Rhodes University women's rowing eight (L-R) Sandra Birk, Sasha Stephenson, Hayley Arthur, Rose Thornycroft, Angela Bott, Keighley Bell, Bridget Ellender and Leigh Anne Hinton celebrate their victory in the 500 metre sprint against fellow South African's Rand Afrikaans University and the British university rowing teams from Oxford and Cambridge on the Zambezi river on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls. The team also won the 2000 metres international in the Zambezi Centenary Regatta to mark 100 years of water sports at the Victoria Falls. REUTERS/Howard Burditt 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRWVP8 
May 21, 2004 
World 800 metres champion Maria Mutola of Mozambique train at the Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) sports... 
Johannesburg, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
WORLD 800 METRE CHAMPION MUTOLA OF MOZAMBIQUE TRAINS IN JOHANNESBURG. 
World 800 metres champion Maria Mutola of Mozambique train at the Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) sports track in Johannesburg. Mutola urged anti-doping officials to blood-test the top three athletes in each race at the Athens Olympics after this week's admission by double 100 and 200 metres world champion Kelli White that she took banned substances .Picture taken May 20,2004. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya jn/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRWVQ3 
May 20, 2004 
World 800 metres champion Maria Mutola of Mozambique speaks during an interview at the Rand Afrikaans... 
Johannesburg, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
WORLD 800 METRE CHAMPION MUTOLA OF MOZAMBIQUE TALKS AT RAND AFRIKAANS UNIVERSITY IN JOHANNESBURG. 
World 800 metres champion Maria Mutola of Mozambique speaks during an interview at the Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) sports track in Johannesburg, May 20, 2004. Mutola urged anti-doping officials to blood-test the top three athletes in each race at the Athens Olympics after this week's admission by double 100 and 200 metres world champion Kelli White of the U.S. that she took banned substances. Picture taken May 20, 2004. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya JN/DBP 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRWVPX 
May 20, 2004 
World 800 metres champion Maria Mutola of Mozambique trains at the Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) sports... 
Mozambique 
WORLD 800 METRE CHAMPION MARIA MUTOLA OF MOZAMBIQUE TRAINS AT THE RAND AFRIKAANS UNIVERSITY. 
World 800 metres champion Maria Mutola of Mozambique trains at the Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) sports track in Johannesburg, May 20, 2004. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya jn/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRWVPQ 
May 20, 2004 
World 800 metres champion Maria Mutola of Mozambique talks to a Reuters correspondent at the Rand Afrikaans... 
Johannesburg, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
WORLD 800 METRE CHAMPION MARIA MUTOLA OF MOZAMBIQUE TALKS IN JOHANNESBURG. 
World 800 metres champion Maria Mutola of Mozambique talks to a Reuters correspondent at the Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) sports track in Johannesburg, May 20, 2004. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya jn/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRWVPE 
May 20, 2004 
World 800 metres champion Maria Mutola of Mozambique and Kelly Holmes of Great Britain (L) train at the... 
Johannesburg, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
WORLD 800 METRE CHAMPION MUTOLA OF MOZAMBIQUE AND HOLMES OF BRITAIN TRAIN IN JOHANNESBURG. 
World 800 metres champion Maria Mutola of Mozambique and Kelly Holmes of Great Britain (L) train at the Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) sports track in Johannesburg, May 20, 2004. Mutola urged anti-doping officials to blood-test the top three athletes in each race at the Athens Olympics after this week's admission by double 100 and 200 metres world champion Kelli White of the U.S. that she took banned substances. Picture taken May 20, 2004. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya JN/DBP 
NOBEL LITERATURE
RTR4EFT 
October 06, 2003 
Distinguished Service Professor John Maxwell Coetzee prepares to teach
his class in Plato at the University... 
Chicago, United States of America 
NOBEL PRIZE WINNER JOHN MAXWELL COETZEE PREPARES TO TEACH CLASS. 
Distinguished Service Professor John Maxwell Coetzee prepares to teach
his class in Plato at the University of Chicago, October 6, 2003. South
African novelist Coetzee won the 2003 Nobel Prize in Literature on
Thursday, a choice hailed by critics who described him as an elusive
man but accessible writer, both literary and politically engaged. A
white South African raised in an English-speaking home and writing in
English despite his Afrikaans background, he portrays a desolate vision
of his racially divided country with a lean, allegorical style compared
with Franz Kafka and Samuel Beckett.

REUTERS/Frank Polich 
SAFRICA SOWETO UPRISING
RTRJIVI 
June 13, 2001 
A group of swaggering South African teenagers suddenly falls silence as a veteran photo-journalist Alf... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
SOUTH AFRICAN TEENAGERS LOOK AT PICTURES OF SOWETO UPRISING WITH PHOTO-JOURNALIST ALF KHUMALO. 
A group of swaggering South African teenagers suddenly falls silence as a veteran photo-journalist Alf Khumalo (C) shows them a June 16, 1976 photograph of a burning building near their Soweto school during an uprising against the apartheid government's plans to enforce Afrikaans as the language of instruction in schools. The 10 months of violence that followed claimed almost 1,000 lives and heralded the coming end of South African apartheid. Picture June 13, 2001.
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SOUTH AFRICA
RTRSC66 
November 13, 1999 
South African Deputy President Jacob Zuma (L) and Britain's Duke of Edinburgh read the names of fallen... 
Spioenkop, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH AND DEPUTY PRESIDENT ZUMA LOOK AT BOER WAR MEMORIAL. 
South African Deputy President Jacob Zuma (L) and Britain's Duke of Edinburgh read the names of fallen Afrikaaner soldiers during a wreath-laying ceremony at The Boer Monument at Spioenkop in the Kwa Zulu-Natal Province, November 13. The Duke is accompanying Britain's Queen Elizabeh II who is attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government's Meeting in Durban.

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SOUTH AFRICA
RTXJ8OG 
October 09, 1999 
Afrikaaner children carry flags of the old Boer Republic during commemoration ceremonies for the centenary... 
Bloemfontein, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
Afrikaaner children carry flags of the old Boer Republic during commemoration ceremonies for the ce..... 
Afrikaaner children carry flags of the old Boer Republic during commemoration ceremonies for the centenary of the Anglo Boer War October 9. The war, between British forces and those of the Boer Republics, began on October 11, 1899. Scores of thousands on both sides were killed in the war, including 28,000 Boer men, women and children who died in Concentration Camps, and 20,000 black South Africans.
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SOUTH AFRICA
RTXJ8OF 
October 09, 1999 
A white Afrikaaner carrying a flag of the old Boer Republic prays beside his horse during commemorations... 
Bloemfontein, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
A white Afrikaaner carrying a flag of the old Boer Republic prays beside his horse during commemorat..... 
A white Afrikaaner carrying a flag of the old Boer Republic prays beside his horse during commemorations of the centenary of the Anglo Boer War, October 9. The war, between British forces and those of the Boer Republics began on October 11, 1899. Scores of thousands on both sides were killed in the war, including 28,000 Boer men, women and children who died in concentration camps, and 20,000 black South Africans.
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SAFRICA MANDELA
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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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TERREBLANCHE
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December 16, 1998 
Former Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche talks to a Reuters correspondent... 
Klerksdorp, South Africa 
Former Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche talks to a Reuters correspond..... 
Former Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche talks to a Reuters correspondent December 15. Black and white South Africans gathered together simultaneously for the first time on Wednesday to mark the anniversary of the watershed battle of Blood River 160 years ago, which Afrikaners claim as a holy day. 
SAFRICA FEATURE
RTRJEY7 
November 16, 1998 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-SAFRICA-ELEPHANT - Jabulani a two-year-old elephant, has found a most unlikely... 
Hoedespruit, South Africa 
TWO YEAR OLD ELEPHANT WITH A SHEEP IN SOUTH AFRICA. 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-SAFRICA-ELEPHANT - Jabulani a two-year-old elephant, has found a most unlikely maternal figure "Skaap" a female sheep. Jabulani was abandoned by his biological mother in the wild and his has been with Skaap - Afrikaans for sheep - since the day they met. Picture taken 10NOV98.

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SAFRICA FEATURE
RTRJEY0 
November 16, 1998 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-SAFRICA-ELEPHANT - Jabulani a two-year-old elephant, has found a most unlikely... 
Hoedespruit, South Africa 
TWO YEAR OLD ELEPHANT AND SHEEP IN SOUTH AFRICA. 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-SAFRICA-ELEPHANT - Jabulani a two-year-old elephant, has found a most unlikely maternal figure "Skaap" a female sheep. Jabulani was abandoned by his biological mother in the wild and his has been with Skaap - Afrikaans for sheep - since the day they met. Picture taken 10NOV98.

JN/SB 
RTRF5AK 
June 25, 1998 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC:SAFRICA-AFRIKAANS - Sightseers visit the Afrikaans Taalmonument (Language Monument)... 
South Africa 
VISITORS AT THE AFRIKAANS LANUAGE MONUMENT. 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC:SAFRICA-AFRIKAANS - Sightseers visit the Afrikaans Taalmonument (Language Monument) outside Cape Town. The Afrikaans language, once claimed as their own by the country's former Apartheid rulers, is being overtaken by English as the lingua franca of politics and business in post-Apartheid South Africa. PICTURE TAKEN 18 MAY.

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SafricaRugby.jpg
RTRV2TR 
May 09, 1998 
FILE PHOTO 7MAY98 - Controversial white rugby boss Louis Luyt has resigned, according to a newspaper... 
FILE OF SAFRICAN RUGBY BOSS LOUIS LUYT. 
FILE PHOTO 7MAY98 - Controversial white rugby boss Louis Luyt has resigned, according to a newspaper interview published on Sunday. "Luyt goes", read the front page headline of the Afrikaans daily Rapport, which quoted Luyt as saying: "I have resigned from SARFU (The South African Rugby Football Union)".

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RTRV2Q3 
May 09, 1998 
An employee of the Afrikaans newspaper Rapport looks at the front page which says that Louis Luyt has... 
South Africa 
MAN AT THE AFRIKANS NEWSPAPER RAPPORT LOOKS AT THE FRONT PAGE. 
An employee of the Afrikaans newspaper Rapport looks at the front page which says that Louis Luyt has step down as the head of the South African Rugby Football Union (SARFU) May 9. Louis Luyt announced his resignation in the Rapport interview. National Sports Council chief executive Mvusa Mbebe told reporters that NSC might withdraw its call for an international boycott of South Africa's rugby Springboks if Luyt agreed to go.

PA/ME 
RTR4G99 
June 16, 1997 
A young boy carries a poster during a march commemorating the 21st anniversary of the June 16, 1976,... 
South Africa 
YOUNG BOY COMMEMORATES 21ST ANNIVERSARY OF SOWETO RISING SOWETO 
A young boy carries a poster during a march commemorating the 21st anniversary of the June 16, 1976, uprising in Soweto. The series of riots, in which about 700 people died over several months, began when black youths marched to protest against an apartheid law forcing them to learn Afrikaans.
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SOUTH AFRICA 
RTR4G84 
June 16, 1997 
Former wife of South African President Nelson Mandela, Winnie Madikhizela Mandela (3L) and Minister of... 
South Africa 
WINNIE MANDELA COMMEMORATES 21 ST ANNIVERSARY OF JUNE 16 1976 RISING SOWETO 
Former wife of South African President Nelson Mandela, Winnie Madikhizela Mandela (3L) and Minister of Defence Joe Modise (4R) hold hands during the 21st anniversary commemoration of the June 16, 1976 uprising in Soweto. The series of riots, in which about 700 people died over several months, began when black youths marched to protest against an apartheid law forcing them to learn Afrikaans.
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SOUTH AFRICA 
RTR4G82 
June 16, 1997 
Former wife of South African President Nelson Mandela, Winnie Madikhizela Mandela (C) and Minister of... 
South Africa 
WINNIE MANDELA COMMEMORATES ANNIVERSARY OF JUNE 16 1976 UPRISING SOWETO 
Former wife of South African President Nelson Mandela, Winnie Madikhizela Mandela (C) and Minister of Defence Joe Modise (R) hold flowers during the 21st anniversary commemoration of the June 16 1976 uprising in Soweto. The series of riots, in which about 700 people died over several months, began when black youths marched to protest against an apartheid law forcing them to learn Afrikaans.

SOUTH AFRICA 
RTR4G7C 
June 16, 1997 
Former wife of South African President Nelson Mandela, Winnie Madikhizela Mandela, holds flowers during... 
South Africa 
WINNIE MANDELA COMMEMORATES 21ST ANNIVERSARY OF THE JUNE 16 1976 RISING 
Former wife of South African President Nelson Mandela, Winnie Madikhizela Mandela, holds flowers during the 21st anniversary commemoration of the June 16, 1976 uprising in Soweto. The series of riots, in which about 700 people died over several months, began when black youths marched to protest against an apartheid law forcing them to learn Afrikaans.
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SOUTH AFRICA 
RUGBY
RTXG0QK 
May 19, 1995 
Irish Captain and hooker Terence Kingston (R), prop Nick Popplewell (foreground) and prop Terry Kelpin... 
Irish Captain and hooker Terence Kingston (R), prop Nick Popplewell (foreground) and prop Terry Kelp..... 
Irish Captain and hooker Terence Kingston (R), prop Nick Popplewell (foreground) and prop Terry Kelpin (L) practice with a scrummaging machine in preparation for next week's Rugby World Cup, at the Rand Afrikaans University May 19 
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXG8A3 
February 26, 1995 
South African right-wing whites wielding axes demolish television sets outside the headquarters of the... 
South African right-wing whites wielding axes demolish television sets outside the headquarters of t..... 
South African right-wing whites wielding axes demolish television sets outside the headquarters of the state broadcasting service (SABC) February 25 in protest at changes to Afrikaans programming. About 300 people joined the protest telling reporters the black-run SABC was trying to stamp out Afrikaans 
TERREBLANCHE
RTXEVN7 
December 15, 1993 
Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche addresses a gathering of right-wingers... 
Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche addresses a gathering of right-winge..... 
Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche addresses a gathering of right-wingers at the Voortrekker Monument near Pretoria on the eve of the holiest day on their calendar December 15 
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