Celia Dugger

South African Co-Bureau Chief, New York Times

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South African Co-Bureau Chief, and former New Delhi correspondent, for the New York Times

Celia Dugger on KCRW

In the days of Apartheid, South Africa was barred from soccer tournaments around the world.

South Africa Tries to Africanize the World Cup

In the days of Apartheid, South Africa was barred from soccer tournaments around the world.

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Jimmy Carter, Kofi Annan and Nelson Mandela's wife, Graca Machel, were among those refused entry visas for Zimbabwe on Saturday.

Zimbabwe Faces Growing Political, Humanitarian Crises

Jimmy Carter, Kofi Annan and Nelson Mandela's wife, Graca Machel, were among those refused entry visas for Zimbabwe on Saturday.

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Zimbabwe's President  Robert Mugabe  says only God will remove him from office.

'Win or War' in Zimbabwe, Tsvangirai Pulls Out of Run-off

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe says only God will remove him from office.

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