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Nigerian chess champion breaks record after playing nonstop for 58 hours

The Observer 21 Apr 2024
“We were singing together and they were dancing together and I couldn’t just give up on them.” ... in with the dancing sometimes ... lots of water and jollof rice, one of west Africa’s best known dishes.
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Escape the ordinary: Top 10 irresistible spring travel tips, from sun-kissed shores to hair-raising...

The Daily Mail 19 Apr 2024
indoors and out ... There's a vibrant cultural scene influenced by Africa and Ireland, as well as Caribbean traditions. Local music, dance, and cuisine are all part of experiencing the island's cultural fusion during their festivals ... Read more ... .
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Bobi Wine, Uganda’s democracy hunter

Mail Guardian South Africa 18 Apr 2024
Unfortunately, music and art are still regarded as mere entertainment, but Africa and the rest of the world need reminding that there is much more to music than showcasing posh life, singing and dancing.
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Leaders of the Literary Luncheon

The Tennessee Tribune 18 Apr 2024
From a new novel about the legendary Hattie McDaniel, to the heritage of the Fisk Jubilee singers, to the dance traditions of Africa, this annual highlight of the social and philanthropic calendar will not disappoint.
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Ex-Harry and Meghan aide Samantha

The Daily Mail 16 Apr 2024
When a new private secretary was found, they quit during Harry and Meghan's tour of Africa in 2019, Ms Cohen claimed ... Meghan dancing with locals in Nyanga township, South Africa ... Meghan MarkleRoyalsITVSouth Africa.
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Celebrate series: Brazil cultural extravaganza

The Signal 15 Apr 2024
Brazil is known for its vibrant cultural costumes during Carnaval, an annual celebration with intricate and infectious rhythms such as Samba and high-energy dancing, which were among the various performances children and families witnessed on Friday.
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Friends and Stars hosts Manga African Dance

Thomasville Times-Enterprise 13 Apr 2024
THOMASVILLE — In the early hours of Thursday afternoon, Friends and Stars in Ochlocknee welcomed Manga Africa Dance, a group who has helped educate students on the culture of Africa and how it has impacted culture in the US for ... .
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Move To The Groove

Eugine Weekly 11 Apr 2024
It’s a modern group with an improv fusion style of belly dance. “The movements are inspired by, but are not the authentic folkloric dances of the Middle East, North Africa, Spain and India,” says Veronica Sims, the show’s producer and dancer.
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Johannes Radebe to make musical debut in return of Kinky Boots

AOL 11 Apr 2024
Radebe, who was born in a township in South Africa, joined Strictly Come Dancing in 2018 and his first professional partner was Catherine Tyldesley in 2019, the same year he performed in ...
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Major Strictly dancer to star in Kinky Boots musical for 2025 UK tour

The Daily Mail 11 Apr 2024
Johannes, who will act as executive producer, candidly detailed his struggles going up in poverty in South Africa, and the prejudice he faced for pursuing his passion for dance in his memoir.
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Daymé Arocena Will Perform at the Citadel for Miami Concert

Miami New Times 11 Apr 2024
"We didn't have electricity most of the time, so we would sing and dance every day," Arocena tells New Times ... dancing because we are Black, of African descent," she says. "In Africa, music is medicine.
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The once-affluent middle class fleeing Zimbabwe’s wrecked economy

The Times/The Sunday Times 10 Apr 2024
Professionals are in flight from what was once one of the most thriving pockets in Africa where the ruling Zanu-PF party has stiffened its 44-year grip on power ... World ... , Africa Correspondent ... , Africa Correspondent ... They danced when Mugabe fell ... .
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3 local dancers place at event in Scotland

The Vindicator 08 Apr 2024
At the end of March, three local dancers headed to Scotland for the World Competition in Irish Dance ... All three are students of the Burke School of Irish Dance in Youngstown ... Mehle started Irish dance after she turned 5.
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