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The South African nation does not exist

There is no deep comradeship, common ancestry or monopoly on the legitimate use of force

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​US President Donald Trump's row with the National Football League shows no sign of ending.

They’re playing our song (again)

Are plans to play the national anthem every day meant to build South Africa's pride, or its brand?

Singers must treat the national anthem with respect, says MP

MPs Parliament's portfolio committee on arts and culture has voiced concern over what it described as a continued disregard for the national anthem.

UK left red-faced over SA anthem blunder in London Cup

The South African women's hockey team will not request an apology from their hosts after the wrong national anthem was played ahead of their UK match.

How to ruin a national anthem

Who slaughtered the national anthem more spectacularly -- Ras Dumisani or Ard Matthews? We want to know what you think.

Musician apologises for mangling anthem

South African musician Ard Matthews has apologised after bungling the words to the national anthem on live television on Tuesday night.

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