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115 Minuten erstklassiges Live-Entertainment

Kuba-Tanzspektakel „Ballet Revolución“ begeistert deutsches Publikum auf höchstem Niveau

(Autor: Ghassan Abid)

Das Tanzspektakel „Ballet Revolucn“ ist wieder da. Seit dem zweiten Weihnachtstag touren die kubanischen Tänzer und Sänger wie im Jahr zuvor durch die Städte Deutschlands, Österreichs und der Schweiz. Auf der aktuellen Tour erwartet das Publikum ein neues und vor allem vielfältiges Programm, bestehend aus neuen Choreografien, neuem Lichtdesign, neuen Songs und neuen Kostümen. Die Tanzshow in Kombination mit feuriger Live-Musik erweist sich als absolutes Event-Highlight. Die Redaktion von „SÜDAFRIKA – Land der Kontraste“ war bei der Premiere im Berliner Admiralspalast dabei.

© Ein Hauch Kubas mitten in Berlin: Das Tanzspektakel „Ballet Revolución“ ist erneut auf Tournee in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. Das Publikum im Admiralspalast zeigte sich vom erstklassigen Entertainment des australischen Choreografen Aaron Cash begeistert. (Quelle: Johan Persson)

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Oscar Pistorius – between anger and opinions

A Nation without empathy? A frightening thought

(Author: Norah Ngobeni)

Throughout Oscar Pistorius’ verdict and sentencing, I was saddened and alarmed at how vindictive and opinionated we can be as a society. Most of us had something to say on the subject either through the social media, print, radio and television as well as to friends, family and colleagues, anyone who could listen including strangers. In between our anger and opinions as well as playing judge, we sometimes failed to reflect on other issues pertinent to the case.

Mike Mackay

© The Oscar Pistorius’ verdict shows how vindictive the South African society is. Anyone is judging on social media. But this situation could be a danger for the community. Citizens failed to reflect on other issues pertinent to the case. (Source: flickr/ Mike Mackay)

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Ubuntu in Germany Column

Doggygate bites Zuma

(Editor: Alex Smit-Stachowski is speaking in her column about life as a South African now living in Germany. The South African journalist lives in Krefeld, in North Rhine-Westphalia/ Germany).

President Jacob Zuma has caused a furore in South Africa after his speech in Impendle,  KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Midlands on Wednesday, where he spoke of people who loved dogs more than people as “having a lack of humanity”.

© President Jacob Zuma said that dogs are belonging to white culture. A new generation of young black Africans is trying to adopt white lifestyles. Black people should stop adopting the habits of other cultures, said Zuma. (flickr/ Jimmy Rehak)

© President Jacob Zuma said that dogs are belonging to white culture. A new generation of young black Africans is trying to adopt white lifestyles. Black people should stop adopting the habits of other cultures, said Zuma. (Source: flickr/ Jimmy Rehak)

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