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SAFRICA MBEKI
RTREQ9U
March 08, 2004
SOUTH AFRICA PRESIDENT MBEKI SHAKES HANDS WITH OSCAR WINNING SOUTH AFRICAN ACTRESS CHARLIZE THERON IN...
South Africa
SOUTH AFRICA PRESIDENT MBEKI SHAKES HANDS WITH OSCAR WINNING SOUTH AFRICAN ACTRESS CHARLIZE ...
SOUTH AFRICA PRESIDENT MBEKI SHAKES HANDS WITH OSCAR WINNING SOUTH AFRICAN ACTRESS CHARLIZE THERON IN PRETORIA. South Africa President Thabo Mbeki (R) shakes hands with Oscar winning SouthAfrican actress Charlize Theron as they pose for the photographers in Pretoria March 8, 2004. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya
ENVIRONMENT SUMMIT
RTR9F7F
August 26, 2002
A South African policeman escorts Zimbabwe opposition Movement for
Democratic Change (MDC) supporters...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A SOUTHEAFRICAN POLICE ESCORT ZIMBABWE OPPOSITION PROTEST IN
JOHANNESBURG.
A South African policeman escorts Zimbabwe opposition Movement for
Democratic Change (MDC) supporters during a protest march in
Johannesburg, South Africa August 26, 2002. The peacefull protest was
escorted by a strong police force on the opening day of the World
Summit on Sustainable Development. REUTERS/Howard Burditt

HB/AH
ENVIRONMENT SUMMIT
RTR9F72
August 26, 2002
South African police escort Zimbabwe opposition Movement for Democratic
Change (MDC) supporters during...
Johannesburg, South Africa
SOUTHAFRICAN POLICE ESCORT ZIMBABWE OPPOSITION PROTEST MARCH IN
JOHANNESBURG.
South African police escort Zimbabwe opposition Movement for Democratic
Change (MDC) supporters during a protest march in Johannesburg, South
Africa on August 26, 2002. The peacefull protest was escorted by a
strong police force on the opening day of the World Summit on
Sustainable Development. REUTERS/Howard Burditt

HB/AH
BURUNDI SOUTHAFRICANS
RTROWQV
November 01, 2001
Former South African President Nelson Mandela (L) is helped down a
staircase by Burundi President Pierre...
Bujumbura, Kenya
FORMER SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT MANDELA IS HELPED BY BURUNDI PRESIDENT
BUYOYUA ON ARRIVAL IN BURUNDI....
Former South African President Nelson Mandela (L) is helped down a
staircase by Burundi President Pierre Buyoyua at Bujumbura
International Airport on his arrival November 1, 2001. Hundreds of
South African peackeeping troops have arrived in the lakeside capital
Bujumbura in the past few days to guard members of a new power-sharing
government inaugurated under a plan brokered by Nelson Mandela.
REUTERS/Maria Eismont

AN/CRB
RTRIDBM
October 15, 1998
Moe Shaik, General Consul and head of the South African consulate in Hamburg, packs away a South African...
Germany
SOUTHAFRICAN CONSUL MOE SHAIK PACKS A BANNER AWAY IN HAMBURG.
Moe Shaik, General Consul and head of the South African consulate in Hamburg, packs away a South African flag October 15. Five South African professional diplomats based in Hamburg have to leave the northern German city because the consulate will be closed at the end of October due to budget cuts. An unpaid honorary consul will take over their work in future.

PEM/JDP
RTR45QI
June 04, 1997
German Foreign Minister Klaus Kinkel gestures prior to his talks with South-African counterpart Alfred...
Germany
GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER KINKEL WITH SOUTHAFRICAN FOREIGN SECRETARY NZO
German Foreign Minister Klaus Kinkel gestures prior to his talks with South-African counterpart Alfred Nzo in Bonn, June 4. The two politcians had a dialog about their country's political relations.

GERMANY NZO
RTR8UX
March 15, 1996
TO GO WITH STORY BC-AIDS-SAFRICA - Actress Leleti Ngema and the cast of Sarafina 2 perform in this township...
South Africa
SOUTHAFRICAN ACTRESS LELETI NGEMA AND THE CAST OF SARAFINA 2 PERFORM IN SOWETO TOWNSHIP.
TO GO WITH STORY BC-AIDS-SAFRICA - Actress Leleti Ngema and the cast of Sarafina 2 perform in this township southwest of Johannesburg March 9. The 14.2 million rand ($3.7 million) production has received widespread criticism over the costs and effectiveness of its Aids awareness message.

SAFRICA AIDS
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