Soweto

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a large collection of African townships to the southwest of Johannesburg in South Africa

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2) General internal Medicine Unit and Principal Specialist, Division of infectious Diseases, Department of internal Medicine, Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital, Soweto, South Africa
Dubai: Vilikazi street in Soweto, South Africa, has a unique claim to fame: It has been home to two Nobel peace prize winners, Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu.
Photos courtesy of Global Camps Africa, Soweto, South Africa.
In 2007, in Soweto, South Africa, a boy's body was found decapitated on top of a train at Midway Railway Station.
Most games will be played at the National Stadium in Soweto, South Africa, which was one of the stadiums that hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
One in five people in Soweto, South Africa, who tested positive for HIV declined free anti-retroviral therapy, most commonly because they felt healthy at the time.
Addressing the gathering, Minister Kwaje said that, the history of the day of African Child dates back to 1976 where thousands of black African school children in Soweto, South Africa protested against the inferior quality of education they received.
A prospective cohort study investigated progression and regression of cervical dysplasia in HIV-positive women attending an HIV wellness clinic in Soweto, South Africa.
Between 1972 and 1976, 40 new schools were built in Soweto, South Africa, as the state needed better-qualified labourers.
NYSE: NKE), the world's largest football company, in a visit to the Football Training Center located in the heart of Soweto, South Africa to help inspire future champions.
Here we go: A spectator dances during opening concert for the soccer World Cup at Orlando stadium in Soweto, South Africa.
In 1976 in Soweto, South Africa, thousands of schoolchildren took to the streets to protest the inferior quality of their education and demand the right to be taught in their own language.
Stephilia Tshukutsoane, CCRN, B Cur (Hon), ICU Research Coordinator, Baragwanath Hospital, Soweto, South Africa.
But online, they were free of the peer pressure, in 1994, she hooked up her class with a school in Soweto, South Africa.