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SAFRICA-ARTIST/COFFEE
RTX6YXXP
June 11, 2019
Enoch Mlangeni poses for a picture as he uses coffee to paint a portrait of Dr Esther Mahlangu, a Ndebele...
Sasolburg, South Africa
Enoch Mlangeni poses for a picture as he uses coffee to paint a portrait of Dr Esther Mahlangu, a Ndebele...
Enoch Mlangeni poses for a picture as he uses coffee to paint a portrait of Dr Esther Mahlangu, a Ndebele artist, at his home in Zamdela township, Sasolburg, South Africa, June 11, 2019. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SAFRICA-ARTIST/COFFEE
RTX6YXX0
June 11, 2019
Enoch Mlangeni uses coffee to paint a portrait of Dr Esther Mahlangu, a Ndebele artist, at his home in...
Sasolburg, South Africa
Enoch Mlangeni uses coffee to paint a portrait of Dr Esther Mahlangu, a Ndebele artist, at his home in...
Enoch Mlangeni uses coffee to paint a portrait of Dr Esther Mahlangu, a Ndebele artist, at his home in Zamdela township, Sasolburg, South Africa, June 11, 2019. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTSIF6V
July 17, 2016
Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft's co-founder Bill Gates (R) is welcomed by Professor Njabulo...
Pretoria, South Africa
Gates is welcomed by Ndebele and Machel at University of Pretoria
Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft's co-founder Bill Gates (R) is welcomed by Professor Njabulo Ndebele (L), chairman of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, and Graca Machel, wife of the late former South Africa's President Nelson Mandela, ahead of the 14th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture on the eve of Mandela Day under the theme ÒLiving TogetherÓ in his lecture at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, July 17, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTSIF5B
July 17, 2016
Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft's co-founder Bill Gates (L) is welcomed by Professor Njabulo...
Pretoria, South Africa
Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft's co-founder Gates, is welcomed Macel wife of the late former...
Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft's co-founder Bill Gates (L) is welcomed by Professor Njabulo Ndebele (2nd L) Chairman of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Graca Macel (3rd L), wife of the late former South Africa's President Nelson Mandela and Sello Hatang, Chief Executive of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, ahead of the 14th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture on the eve of Mandela Day under the theme ÒLiving TogetherÓ at the University of Pretoria in Pretoria, South Africa, July 17, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
MANDELA-WILL
RTX186AV
February 03, 2014
Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke (C) reads Mandela's will as he is flanked by Professor Njabulo...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke reads Mandela's will as he is flanked by Professor Njabulo Ndebele...
Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke (C) reads Mandela's will as he is flanked by Professor Njabulo Ndebele (L) and Advocate George Bizos, Nelson Mandela's lawyer, confidant and friend at the Nelson Mandela Center of Memory in Houghton, February 3, 2014. Former South African President Nelson Mandela has left his $4.1 million estate to family members, the ruling African National Congress, former staff and several local schools, according to a reading of his will on Monday.
Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke told reporters the division of the estate - provisionally valued at 46 million rand ($4.1 million) excluding royalties - had been accepted by Mandela's family earlier on Monday with no contestation so far. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS)
SAFRICA/
RTR2D1PE
April 20, 2010
Premier of Gautend Province Nomvula Mokonyane (L), Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele (C) and Transport...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Transport Minister Ndebele posses for a photo after news conference in Johannesburg
Premier of Gautend Province Nomvula Mokonyane (L), Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele (C) and Transport Director General George Mahlalela (R) hold an official World Cup soccer ball following a news conference at the newly opened Central Terminal Building at O.R. Tambo International Airport outside of Johannesburg April 20, 2010.REUTERS/Peter Andrews (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER POLITICS WORLD CUP)
SAFRICA/
RTR2D1P6
April 20, 2010
Deputy Transport Minister Jeremy Cronin (L), Premier of Gautend Province Nomvula Mokonyane (2nd L), Transport...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Transport Minister Ndebele posses for a photo after news conference in Johannesburg
Deputy Transport Minister Jeremy Cronin (L), Premier of Gautend Province Nomvula Mokonyane (2nd L), Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele and Transport Director General George Mahlalela (R) hold an official World Cup soccer ball following a news conference at the newly opened Central Terminal Building at O.R. Tambo International Airport outside of Johannesburg April 20, 2010. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER POLITICS WORLD CUP)
SAFRICA/
RTR2D1KK
April 20, 2010
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele speaks during a news conference at the newly opened Central Terminal...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele speaks during news conference in Johannesburg
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele speaks during a news conference at the newly opened Central Terminal Building at O.R. Tambo International Airport outside of Johannesburg April 20, 2010. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER POLITICS WORLD CUP)
SAFRICA/
RTR2D1KJ
April 20, 2010
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele speaks during a news conference at the newly opened Central Terminal...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele speaks during news conference in Johannesburg
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele speaks during a news conference at the newly opened Central Terminal Building at O.R. Tambo International Airport outside of Johannesburg April 20, 2010. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER POLITICS WORLD CUP)
SAFRICA/
RTR2D1KG
April 20, 2010
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele speaks during a news conference at the newly opened Central Terminal...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele speaks during news conference in Johannesburg
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele speaks during a news conference at the newly opened Central Terminal Building at O.R. Tambo International Airport outside of Johannesburg April 20, 2010. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER POLITICS WORLD CUP)
SAFRICA/
RTR2D1G3
April 20, 2010
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele (L) shakes hands with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma during...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Africa's President Jacob Zuma attends opening of a new Central Terminal Building at O.R. Tambo International...
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele (L) shakes hands with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma during the opening of a new Central Terminal Building at O.R. Tambo International Airport outside of Johannesburg April 20, 2010. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTXQDSZ
November 05, 2009
A traditional Ndebele woman attends a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
Pretoria, South Africa
A traditional Ndebele woman attends a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
A traditional Ndebele woman attends a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings and queens at Freedom Park in Pretoria November 5, 2009. Freedom Park is a memorial for those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of South Africa. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTXQDSU
November 05, 2009
A traditional Ndebele woman attends a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
Pretoria, South Africa
A traditional Ndebele woman attends a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
A traditional Ndebele woman attends a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings and queens at Freedom Park in Pretoria November 5, 2009. Freedom Park is a memorial for those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of South Africa. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTXQDSS
November 05, 2009
A traditional Ndebele woman attends a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
Pretoria, South Africa
A traditional Ndebele woman attends a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
A traditional Ndebele woman attends a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings and queens at Freedom Park in Pretoria November 5, 2009. Freedom Park is a memorial for those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of South Africa. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTXQDSO
November 05, 2009
Traditional Ndebele women attend a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings and...
Pretoria, South Africa
Traditional Ndebele women attend a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings and...
Traditional Ndebele women attend a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings and queens at Freedom Park in Pretoria November 5, 2009. Freedom Park is a memorial for those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of South Africa. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTXQDSL
November 05, 2009
Traditional Ndebele men look on during a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
Pretoria, South Africa
Traditional Ndebele men look on during a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
Traditional Ndebele men look on during a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings and queens at Freedom Park in Pretoria November 5, 2009. Freedom Park is a memorial for those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of South Africa. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTXQDSI
November 05, 2009
Traditional Ndebele men look on during a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
Pretoria, South Africa
Traditional Ndebele men look on during a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
Traditional Ndebele men look on during a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings and queens at Freedom Park in Pretoria November 5, 2009. Freedom Park is a memorial for those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of South Africa. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTXQDSF
November 05, 2009
A Ndebele maiden takes a break during a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
Pretoria, South Africa
A Ndebele maiden takes a break during a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings...
A Ndebele maiden takes a break during a ceremony to honour Nelson Mandela by the African chiefs, kings and queens at Freedom Park in Pretoria November 5, 2009. Freedom Park is a memorial for those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of South Africa. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-ZUMA/INAUGURATION
RTXF6HZ
May 09, 2009
Ndebele women in traditional attire attend the inauguration of Jacob Zuma as president of South Africa...
Pretoria, South Africa
Ndebele women in traditional attire attend inauguration of Jacob Zuma in Pretoria
Ndebele women in traditional attire attend the inauguration of Jacob Zuma as president of South Africa in Pretoria May 9, 2009. Zuma was sworn in after a remarkable political comeback and quickly highlighted the challenges he faces as Africa's biggest economy heads towards recession. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS)
RUGBY-WORLD/
RTR1TZT8
September 18, 2007
South Africa rugby union player Bryan Habana smiles in front of a wall painted in the tradition of the...
Noisy Le Grand, France
South Africa rugby union player Bryan Habana smiles in front of a wall painted in the tradition of the...
South Africa rugby union player Bryan Habana smiles in front of a wall painted in the tradition of the Ndebele tribe of southern Africa after a training session during the Rugby World Cup in Noisy le Grand near Paris September 18, 2007.   REUTERS/Howard Burditt  (FRANCE)
RUGBY-WORLD/
RTR1TZT4
September 18, 2007
South Africa's rugby union captain John Smit walks past a wall painted in the tradition of the Ndebele...
Noisy Le Grand, France
South Africa's Smit walks after a training session during the Rugby World Cup in Noisy le Grand near...
South Africa's rugby union captain John Smit walks past a wall painted in the tradition of the Ndebele tribe of southern Africa after a training session during the Rugby World Cup in Noisy le Grand near Paris September 18, 2007.   REUTERS/Howard Burditt  (FRANCE)
RUGBY-WORLD/
RTR1TZSW
September 18, 2007
South Africa rugby union player Wayne Julies speaks in front of a wall painted in the tradition of the...
Noisy Le Grand, France
South Africa rugby union player Wayne Julies speaks in front of a wall painted in the tradition of the...
South Africa rugby union player Wayne Julies speaks in front of a wall painted in the tradition of the Ndebele tribe of southern Africa after a training session during the Rugby World Cup in Noisy le Grand near Paris September 18, 2007.   REUTERS/Howard Burditt  (FRANCE)
RUGBY-WORLD/
RTR1TZSS
September 18, 2007
South Africa rugby union coach Jake White speaks in front of a wall painted in the tradition of the Ndebele...
Noisy Le Grand, France
South Africa rugby union coach Jake White speaks in front of a wall painted in the tradition of the Ndebele...
South Africa rugby union coach Jake White speaks in front of a wall painted in the tradition of the Ndebele tribe of southern Africa after a training session during the Rugby World Cup in Noisy le Grand near Paris September 18, 2007.   REUTERS/Howard Burditt  (FRANCE)
SAFRICA/
RTR1N2L2
March 03, 2007
Ndebele women wait before the start of the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal, outside Pretoria,...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Ndebele women wait before the start of the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal
Ndebele women wait before the start of the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal, outside Pretoria, March 3, 2007. The Komjekejeke Cultural Heritage site at Walmansthal has been proclaimed a national monument. The amaNdebele akwaManala Community have since reclaimed their ancestral site by purchasing the land. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR1N2JB
March 03, 2007
A Ndebele woman poses during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal, outside Pretoria, March...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A Ndebele woman poses during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal
A Ndebele woman poses during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal, outside Pretoria, March 3, 2007. The Komjekejeke Cultural Heritage site at Walmansthal has been proclaimed a national monument. The amaNdebele akwaManala Community have since reclaimed their ancestral site by purchasing the land. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR1N2J4
March 03, 2007
A Ndebele woman shows off her decorated legs and shoes during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal,...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A Ndebele woman shows off her decorated legs and shoes during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal...
A Ndebele woman shows off her decorated legs and shoes during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal, outside Pretoria, March 3, 2007. The Komjekejeke Cultural Heritage site at Walmansthal has been proclaimed a national monument. The amaNdebele akwaManala Community have since reclaimed their ancestral site by purchasing the land. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR1N2IZ
March 03, 2007
Young Ndebele boys walk past a traditional painted wall during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal,...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Young Ndebele boys walk past a traditional painted wall during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal...
Young Ndebele boys walk past a traditional painted wall during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal, outside Pretoria, March 3, 2007. The Komjekejeke Cultural Heritage site at Walmansthal has been proclaimed a national monument. The amaNdebele akwaManala Community have since reclaimed their ancestral site by purchasing the land. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR1N2IS
March 03, 2007
A Ndebele girl joins elderly women during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal outside Pretoria...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A Ndebele girl joins elderly women during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal outside Pretoria...
A Ndebele girl joins elderly women during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal outside Pretoria March 3, 2007.The Komjekejeke Cultural Heritage site at Walmansthal has been proclaimed a national monument. The amaNdebele akwaManala Community have since reclaimed their ancestral site by purchasing the land. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA/
RTR1N2IJ
March 03, 2007
A Ndebele woman sings traditional songs during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal outside...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A Ndebele woman sings traditional songs during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal outside...
A Ndebele woman sings traditional songs during the Komjejejeke cultural festival in Walmansthal outside Pretoria, South Africa, March 3, 2007. The Komjekejeke Cultural Heritage site at Walmansthal has been proclaimed a national monument. The amaNdebele akwaManala Community have since reclaimed their ancestral site by purchasing the land. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-MARRIAGE/NDEBELE
RTR1K3BJ
December 05, 2006
Young Ndebele females enter the front yard of a family home to perform a dance, the final step in a rite...
Johannesburg, South Africa
To match feature SAFRICA-MARRIAGE/NDEBELE
Young Ndebele females enter the front yard of a family home to perform a dance, the final step in a rite of passage that brings them from childhood to womanhood in Mpumalanga,South Africa August 15, 2006. Only a handful of groups in South Africa still operate female initiation schools -- the rite is more commonly reserved for males, and is far more brutal, involving weeks of tough survival in the wilderness and circumcision. Picture taken August 15, 2006. To match feature SAFRICA-MARRIAGE/NDEBELE REUTERS/Sarah McGregor (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR1FWFG
July 28, 2006
Ndebele youths attend an initiation ceremony marking their transition from childhood to adulthood in...
MPUMALANGA, South Africa
Ndebele youths attend initiation ceremony marking their transition from childhood to adulthood in Mpumalanga,...
Ndebele youths attend an initiation ceremony marking their transition from childhood to adulthood in Mpumalanga, 200km (124 miles) northeast of Johannesburg, South Africa July 27, 2006. After two months of seclusion, 150 new initiates went back to their homes to assume their responsibility in the community. This ceremony takes place after every four years. Picture taken July 27, 2006. REUTERS/Antony Kaminju (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR1FWFE
July 28, 2006
Ndebele youths take part in an initiation ceremony marking their transition from childhood to adulthood...
MPUMALANGA, South Africa
Ndebele youths take part in an initiation ceremony in Mpumalanga, South Africa
Ndebele youths take part in an initiation ceremony marking their transition from childhood to adulthood in Mpumalanga, 200km northeast of Johannesburg, South Africa July 27, 2006. After two months of seclusion, 150 new initiates went back to their homes to assume responsibility in the community. This ceremony takes place after every four years. Picture taken July 27, 2006. REUTERS/Antony Kaminju (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR1FWFA
July 28, 2006
Chief John Mashlangu (L), from Kwandebele location, addresses Ndebele youths who took part in an initiation...
MPUMALANGA, South Africa
Chief John Mashlangu addresses Ndebele youths who took part in an initiation ceremony in Mpumalanga,...
Chief John Mashlangu (L), from Kwandebele location, addresses Ndebele youths who took part in an initiation ceremony marking their transition from childhood to adulthood in Mpumalanga, 200km (124 miles) northeast of Johannesburg, South Africa July 27, 2006. After two months of seclusion, 150 new initiates went back to their homes to assume responsibility in the community. This ceremony takes place after every four years. Picture taken July 27, 2006. REUTERS/Antony Kaminju (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR1FWF5
July 28, 2006
Ndebele youths take part in an initiation ceremony marking their transition from childhood to adulthood...
MPUMALANGA, South Africa
Ndebele youths take part in an initiation ceremony in Mpumalanga, South Africa
Ndebele youths take part in an initiation ceremony marking their transition from childhood to adulthood in Mpumalanga, 200km (124 miles) northeast of Johannesburg, South Africa, July 27, 2006. After two months of seclusion, 150 new initiates went back to their homes to assume responsibility in the community. This ceremony takes place after every four years. Picture taken July 27, 2006. REUTERS/Antony Kaminju (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR1FWF1
July 28, 2006
Ndebele youths participate in an initiation ceremony marking their transition from childhood to adulthood...
MPUMALANGA, South Africa
Ndebele youths takes participate in an initiation ceremony in Mpumalanga, South Africa
Ndebele youths participate in an initiation ceremony marking their transition from childhood to adulthood in Mpumalanga, 200km (124 miles) northeast of Johannesburg, South Africa July 27, 2006. After two months of seclusion, 150 new initiates went back to their homes to assume responsibility in the community. This ceremony takes place after every four years. Picture taken July 27, 2006. REUTERS/Antony Kaminju (SOUTH AFRICA)
ZIMBABWE
RTR1BBDI
February 19, 2006
Fourteen-year-old Zimbabwean twins Gugulettu (L) and Ntokozo Ndebele read and write by candlelight at...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean twins ead and write by candlelight in the capital Harare
Fourteen-year-old Zimbabwean twins Gugulettu (L) and Ntokozo Ndebele read and write by candlelight at their family home in the capital Harare February 19, 2006. Frequent electricity failures and load shedding plague the country and are the result of ageing generating and distribution equipment and a critical shortage of foreign currency to import the necessary spare parts. Zimbabwe does not produce sufficient electricity for its own needs so it imports power from neighboring South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). REUTERS/Howard Burditt
ZIMBABWE
RTR1BATU
February 19, 2006
Zimbabwean Gugulettu Ndebele reads a magazine by candlelight at her family home in the capital Harare...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean Gugulettu Ndebele reads a magazine by candlelight in the capital Harare
Zimbabwean Gugulettu Ndebele reads a magazine by candlelight at her family home in the capital Harare February 19, 2006. Frequent electricity failures and load shedding plague the country and are the result of ageing generating and distribution equipment and a critical shortage of foreign currency to import the necessary spare parts. Zimbabwe does not produce sufficient electricity for its own needs so it imports power from neighboring South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). REUTERS/Howard Burditt
ZIMBABWE
RTR16EK9
February 19, 2006
Fourteen-year-old Zimbabwean twins Gugulettu (L) and Ntokozo Ndebele read and write by candlelight at...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean twins ead and write by candlelight in the capital Harare
Fourteen-year-old Zimbabwean twins Gugulettu (L) and Ntokozo Ndebele read and write by candlelight at their family home in the capital Harare February 19, 2006. Frequent electricity failures and load shedding plague the country and are the result of ageing generating and distribution equipment and a critical shortage of foreign currency to import the necessary spare parts. Zimbabwe does not produce sufficient electricity for its own needs so it imports power from neighboring South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). REUTERS/Howard Burditt
ZIMBABWE
RTR16EK8
February 19, 2006
Zimbabwean Gugulettu Ndebele reads a magazine by candlelight at her family home in the capital Harare...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean Gugulettu Ndebele reads a magazine by candlelight in the capital Harare
Zimbabwean Gugulettu Ndebele reads a magazine by candlelight at her family home in the capital Harare February 19, 2006. Frequent electricity failures and load shedding plague the country and are the result of ageing generating and distribution equipment and a critical shortage of foreign currency to import the necessary spare parts. Zimbabwe does not produce sufficient electricity for its own needs so it imports power from neighboring South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). REUTERS/Howard Burditt
ZIMBABWE BOMBING
RTR9KSR
August 29, 2002
Zimbabwe independent radio "Voice Of the People" chairperson Faith
Ndebele (L) and treasurer Sarah Chiumbu...
Harare, UK
ZIMBABWE INDEPENDENT RADIO STATION "VOICE OF THE PEOPLE" HEAD AND
TREASURER INSPECT DAMAGE AFTER FIRE...
Zimbabwe independent radio "Voice Of the People" chairperson Faith
Ndebele (L) and treasurer Sarah Chiumbu inspect the damage after their
offices in Harare were fire bombed in the early hours of this morning
August 29, 2002. Station head Faith Ndebele refused to speculate on who
could have bombed the building, but said the culprit was clearly an
enemy of free speech. Zimbabwe is plunging deeper into political and
economic crisis as President Robert Mugabe presses ahead with plans to
force 2,900 of the country's white commercial farmers to quit their
land without compensation. REUTERS/Paul Cadenhead

PC/WS
ZIMBABWE BOMBING
RTR9KSE
August 29, 2002
Zimbabwe independent radio Voice Of the People (V.O.P.) chairperson Dr.
Faith Ndebele inspects the damage...
Chegutu, Zimbabwe
ZIMBABWE RADIO VOICE OF THE PEOPLE CHAIRPERSON INSPECTS DAMAGE AFTER
FIRE BOMBING.
Zimbabwe independent radio Voice Of the People (V.O.P.) chairperson Dr.
Faith Ndebele inspects the damage after their offices in Harare were
fire bombed in the early hours of this morning, August 29, 2002. Gunmen
threw a bomb which exploded in the private radio station widely
regarded as anti-government in Zimbabwe's capital on Thursday, but
nobody was hurt in the blast, witnesses said. REUTERS/Paul Cadenhead

PC/CRB
ZIMBABWE BOMBING
RTR9K2A
August 29, 2002
Zimbabwe independent radio Voice of the People chairperson Faith
Ndebele stands outside the burnt out...
Harare, UK
INDEPENDENT RADIO STATION BOMBED IN ZIMBABWE.
Zimbabwe independent radio Voice of the People chairperson Faith
Ndebele stands outside the burnt out shell of their building in Harare
August 29, 2002. Gunmen tossed a bomb into a private radio station in
Harare on Thursday but no-one was hurt, the Zimbabwe branch of a
regional media group said. The station was widely perceived to be
anti-government. REUTERS/Paul Cadenhead.

PC/CLH/
SOUTH AFRICA ELECTIONS
RTRPLG4
May 29, 1999
South African Deputy President Thabo Mbeki (R) and Sbo Ndebele greet the crowd at Kings Park Rugby stadium...
Durban, Zaire
SOUTH AFRICAN DEPUTY LEADER THABO MBEKI GREETS CROWD.
South African Deputy President Thabo Mbeki (R) and Sbo Ndebele greet the crowd at Kings Park Rugby stadium May 29, at a rally for the African National Congress (ANC). Mbeki is expected to lead the ANC to victory and the Presidency in elections to be held June 2.

HB/CLH/
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXGRXO
May 13, 1996
A bank operator takes the fingerprint of a South African pensioner at a mobile cash dispenser in this...
A bank operator takes the fingerprint of a South African pensioner at a mobile cash dispenser in thi.....
A bank operator takes the fingerprint of a South African pensioner at a mobile cash dispenser in this township of the remote former homeland of KwaNdebele May 10. Using a combination of bank cards and fingerprints, mobile pay-points dispense pension money to those who cannot reach banks
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXFEM9
May 10, 1994
Security police check the cloths of a traditionally dressed South African Ndebele women who came to see...
Security police check the cloths of a traditionally dressed South African Ndebele women who came to .....
Security police check the cloths of a traditionally dressed South African Ndebele women who came to see the Inauguration of the first black president of South Africa, May 10
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