April 17, 2005 |
The battered sign beside the road proclaimed, "Esther is here. The 1st woman who visited oversea. Art Woman." We turned and jounced down a dirt road to find "Art Woman," Esther Mahlangu, barefoot and lying on her stomach outside her thatch-roofed house. Nearly every inch of it was splashed with vivid geometric designs in pink, purple, blue, black and green. She was painstakingly applying tiny decorative glass beads to a pair of tennis shoes. Mahlangu wasn't kidding on her sign.
April 19, 1994 |
Alastair, 61, property developer and broker Jennie, 52, former South Africa women's golf champion Katrina, 15, student * Home: Suburban Johannesburg * Politics: Democratic Party * Background: Alastair immigrated from England 28 years ago. Jennie's parents came from England in the 1930s. * Alastair Barclay: "We can't wait to get beyond the election and move on to the new South Africa as quickly as we can. We know it won't be easy and painless, but we know it must be done."
October 17, 1999 |
MEN *--* No. Player Comment 1. Andre Agassi How many shots to reach Zimbabwe? 2. Pete Sampras Healthier than his beloved Lakers. 3. Yevgeny Kafelnikov New excuse in Vienna--lack of fresh air. 4. Patrick Rafter Supported Davis Cup mates from sideline. 5. Nicolas Kiefer Don't invite him and Becker to same party. 6. Richard Krajicek Trying to slow Kiefer Express. 7. Todd Martin Slow court speeded up downfall in Vienna. 8. Lleyton Hewitt Looks as though he should be on "Dawson's Creek." 9.
February 14, 1995 |
A fourth suspect accused in the death of American exchange student Amy Biehl appeared in court briefly Monday. Ntobeko Ambrose Peni, 19, was arrested last month and has pleaded innocent in the 1993 murder. Three other young men were convicted last year. During his appearance Monday, a judge postponed Peni's trial until April 27.
March 7, 2000
George Solt, 81, a West Hollywood businessman and real estate developer. After earning a law degree in his native Hungary, Solt ran the family's Bristol Hotel in Budapest until the Communists took power. In 1947, Solt and his wife, Maria, fled to London and later moved to Cape Town, South Africa. Solt founded Flattery Stockings, Africa's first women's hosiery factory, which he later sold to the British textile company Kayser.
July 24, 2009 |
Authorities said Thursday that four boys ages 9 to 14 took turns raping an 8-year-old girl for more than 10 minutes after luring her into a shed with chewing gum, and now her family has rejected her for bringing shame on them. "The father told the case worker and an officer in her presence that he didn't want her back," Phoenix Police Sgt. Andy Hill said. "He said, 'Take her, I don't want her.' " The victim is in the care of Child Protective Services, authorities said.