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Vir alle Afrikaners waar ookal in die węreld, is dit uiters belangrik om ons kultuur en Godsdiens te behou.

Wanneer mens jouself in ‘n vreemde land bevind, word dit eweskielik moeilik want die kinders is in ‘n Engelse skool, al hulle vriende is Engels sprekend, nuwe vriende wat mens ontmoet is Engels sprekend, besigheids verhoudinge is Engels, ens.

 
 
 
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12 Apr 2010

Abrama: Ons gesels vanaand met Ian Lentoor, geroepe onderwyser, gebore en getoe in die mooiste ou Kaap. Hoe gemaak om die mooie plek te verlaat?

Ian: Ja Abrama en Erik, dis maar moeilik om die mooiste berg agter te laat en jou heil op ‘n vreemde plek te gaan soek. Julle weet, ek is gebore in Steenberg omgewing en het groot geword in Grassypark in die Kaapse vlakte en na skool ingeval by die Onderwyskollege.

 
 
 
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Posted by Abrama Ahlers and Erik Vosloo
12 Apr 2010

Ja nee, met die sing van die liedjie kom die heimweë. Die mense rondom ons sing dié kerslied in Engels maar dit wil nie vlot nie, klink nie reg nie! Amper soos toe Boney M, die destydse popgroep, gesing het uit Psalm 137: “How shall we sing the Lord's song in a strange land?” Hoe sou ons die lied van die Here kan sing in ‘n vreemde land? En tog is dit waar ons is, ‘n vreemde land, en ons sing.

 
 
 
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Posted by Giulio di Somma
09 Feb 2010

South African singer and songwriter Louis Brittz will be performing in Australia in February.

At the time of writing concerts were booked in Perth and Brisbane, but details about additional performances will be available through Louis' website and SAbona.

Louis is a 40 year old lawyer by training, who is now setting trends in South Africa as a Christian singer and songwriter, worship leader, music producer and public speaker. He is the chief executive officer of Merchant Music, a South African record label that records, markets and distributes quality South African music.

 
 
 
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Posted by Cheryl Goodenough
09 Feb 2010

Abrama Ahlers and Erik Vosloo host a show on Radio Pulse 94.7FM in Geelong, Victoria. They recently interviewed South Africa's most foremost flautist Wouter Kellerman during a trip to Australia. His album Colour debuted to rave reviews.

 
 
 
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09 Feb 2010

Abrama: Welkom by ons in die ateljee, Wouter. Vertel ons hoe jou musiekreis begin het.

Wouter: Ek is gebore en getoe in Linden, Johannesburg. Toe ek 10 jaar oud was het my ouers ons na ‘n simfoniekonsert geneem en gevra watter musiekinstrument ons graag wil bespeel. My broer het die klarinet gekies, maar ek het die orkes so bekyk en gesien dat al die wind instrumente votentoe wys, behalwe die fluit wat kant toe wys. Dus besluit ek die fluit moet spesiaal wees en kies dit toe.

 
 
 
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09 Feb 2010

South Africa was awarded the ‘Country of Honour' title at the prestigious MIDEM 2010 festival held in Cannes in January.

This resulted in by far the most diverse representation of South African artists ever to perform to a high powered international music industry audience.

 
 
 
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Posted by Dave Thompson
09 Feb 2010

Known as "the celebration that stops a nation", Melbourne's Spring Racing Carnival is one of the biggest sporting events on Victoria's calendar. It ran from September 30 until November 18, 2009, reaching its zenith with the Melbourne Cup Day, which is declared a public holiday in Melbourne, at Flemington Racecourse.

 
 
 
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Posted by Delwynne Fife
09 Feb 2010

Rugby may well be the game played in heaven, but if we're not careful, it will be the ONLY place it is played!

We've been talking to some of the Australian Super 14 franchises, most notably the Reds and the Waratahs, about how the South African community in Australia can help ensure rugby survives. The way I see it, if the Australian franchises fail due to lack of support from fans then we may as well switch to watching rugby league, or just stick to watching the limited Currie Cup games to which we get access.

 
 
 
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Posted by Philip Scott
09 Feb 2010

It's amazing how things can happen in your own back yard, without you being aware of it. While it is no secret that I am a huge rugby fan, I have never paid much attention to the local club rugby scene. My rugby interest has pretty much revolved around the Super 14 and Tri-Nations tournaments, so it came as a huge surprise when I received a call from Lance Blackbeard, chairman of the Helensvale Rugby Club on the Gold Coast.

 
 
 
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09 Feb 2010
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