#YallaYebo: Creating SA-Israel dialogue through images

June 27, 2018 17:50
Swimming at the Dead Sea

Swimming at the Dead Sea. (photo credit: MIKLAS MANNEKE)


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THERE IS no doubt that the world needs more dialogue these days – people need to talk across geography, religion, culture, race, nationality, gender and creed. Just because dialogue is needed, doesn’t mean that it must take place in a traditional speaking format.

With the advent of modern technology, people can now communicate via radio, email, whatsapp, video, emojis and social media.


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