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Business Day: iMfolozi coal mines raise concerns

THE coal, sand and mineral mines of KwaZulu-Natal — including illegal operations — have long worried environmental groups, who cite destruction of ecologically sensitive areas like St Lucia and the iMfolozi reserve on the North Coast. 73 more words

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Our Vacation Villa Comes Together - Part 2

It Looked Like a Proper Villa

Well at least with a little imagination we could visualize what our home would look like. Arrival at a building site requires imagination though. 496 more words

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3rd International UN Small Island Developing States Conference in Samoa: CARICOM will be present

Anthony Sammie (St. Lucia News Online) writes about Caribbean participation at the 3rd International UN Small Island Developing States Conference in Samoa, to be held September 1-4, 2014. 289 more words

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South Africa Part 1: St. Lucia to Storms River

As we began the next leg of our journey, we would be taken into the unique and infamous country of South Africa. A land whose recent history has been rife with conflict, from King Shaka and the conquering Zulu empire of the 19th century to the European invasion and the government propagated Apartheid racism of the 20th century. 2,013 more words

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Indian Day

On August 10th, 2014 some of the children from my kids yoga program and I participated in the Indian Heritage Festival. I started by speaking a little about yoga and how it’s accessible to everyone. 174 more words

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16th Annual Eric Williams Memorial Lecture

The 16th Annual Eric Williams Memorial Lecture, will take place on October 17, 2014, at Florida International University’s Modesto Maidique Campus, as part of its African & African Diaspora Studies Program Distinguished Africana Scholars Lecture Series. 227 more words

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