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April 2015
Issue 08
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Forget the myths about immigrants Forget the myths about immigrants

Recent attacks on foreign migrants working in the informal economy make it clear that the problems that erupt regularly are far from resolved. Yet new research shows many of the beliefs about immigrants to be false.

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The boy who rapped for Obama   Paul Weinberg   Great minds in the neurosciences
The boy who rapped for Obama, and other stories from the Desmond Tutu HIV Centre   Photos of Africans by Africans   Great minds in the neurosciences
Bank Cormorants and Bateleurs   South Africa by numbers   Dust
Bank Cormorants and Bateleurs: how bird populations are changing   South Africa by numbers: the latest patterns in poverty, employment and disease   Why should we care about dust? Understanding its crucial role in climate change
Explorations in South African flute music

"Music chooses you, and not the other way around," says flautist and lecturer Dr Liesl Stoltz, about how and why she recorded the first CD of flute music by South African composers.

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Explorations in South African flute music
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