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The world’s largest beer festival, celebrated in all cities of the world, started as the VOLKSFEST, is held annually in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It is a 16 – 18 day folk festival in Munich, running from mid or late September to the first weekend in October. The first Oktoberfest was held in honor of the […]

Radio with a distinctive South African flavour South Africa NZ live radio was founded in April 2011. The radio time slot is owned and operated by volunteer radio hosts who have a passion for introducing South African Culture to New Zealanders and vice versa. South Africa NZ Live Radio is a community based radio slot […]

Immigration New Zealand are working on moving the remaining visa applications online. This will improve Customer Services through faster visa processing with the aim of consistency and taking advantage of the digitisation investment INZ have made over the past few years. Over the next three years, the offshore office network would be gradually reduced from […]

South Africa celebrated HERITAGE DAY on 24 September – a day that cultural divides are united with a cultural commonality, #BRAAING – where the country becomes one village of sharing around “braai fires” and music. Music is intertwined with Heritage, and no other country’s tapestry is as colorful as that of South African Music.  Music […]

Ek het die Indiese oom met sy hond opgemerk die heel eerste keer toe ek na my nuwe werk in Auckland gery het. Daardie eerste oggend het ek nie besef dat hy klein deeltjie van my lewe sou word nie.  Ek het dit eers later besef, toe ek hom begin soek het, soos ek in […]

The behind-the-scenes weekly update linked to radio, music, artists, & human interests. This week’s #chopontheblock features announcer, producer, South African ex-pat & ‘head of ops’ – Deon Wallace, whose music interest started as a young man singing in the church choir. Deon’s first window into broadcasting started after appearing on a broadcast show, with the […]

Background Immigration New Zealand have made changes to the essential skills work visa category to target highly-skilled applicants to New Zealand and to limit lower skilled applicants from becoming, Well -settled in New Zealand. The approach the government is taking is a 2-phased approach. The second phase is due to re-evaluate Accredited Employers and those […]

Kwini Kuza is a Durban Afro-pop band which was formed in 2016 – they are a group of very young talented individuals ranging from age 12 to 14 who performed at the Durban Jazz Festival last year in front of 15 000 and shared the stage with Hugh Masekela, Zahara and Unathi.They are now gaining […]


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