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A Feast of Afrikaans in Amsterdam and The Hague

    11 June 2013


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    Afrikaans, a language similar to Dutch that is spoken in South Africa, is the focus of a festival that brings some of that country's best writers, poets, musicians and actors to Amsterdam and The Hague in the coming days. On Thursday it's on at the Melkweg in Amsterdam. From Friday, June the 14th, to Sunday the 16th, the Theatre aan het Spui in The Hague will host a variety of artists ranging from the the amazing Radio Kalahari Orkes and Gert Vlok Nel, to poets such as Antjie Krog, author Etienne van Heerden and singer, David Kramer.Lily-Anne Stroobach spoke to one of the organisers of the festival, Joris Cornellisen....

    For more information: www.festivalvoorhetafrikaans.nl

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