Port Elizabeth includes Nelson Mandela Bay where one can find Route 67 –a collection of 67 art pieces by 67 local artists celebrating the 67 years Nelson Mandela devoted to public life, and his contribution to the freedom struggle in South Africa. It begins at the Campanile in Strand Street and winds its way through […]
Paying a London living wage isn’t cheap, so the clothes can’t be either, but sit in the Ted Baker/Arket/Karen Millen end of the high street bracket. An organic T-shirt embroidered with the legend Still European, for example, will set you back £36, a crochet bag hand-knitted from recycled denim wool is £45 while, a maxi […]
The mandate system was supposed to differ from colonialism, with the governing country intended to act as a trustee until the inhabitants were considered eligible for self-government. At that point, the mandate would terminate and an independent state would be born.
Parker Bowles was later quoted as saying: ‘HRH is very fond of my wife. And she appears to be very fond of him.’ All the same by the summer of 1980, and feeling under pressure from his family and an increasingly inquisitive Press, he had met the 19-year-old Lady Diana Spencer at a house party […]