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Vintage guitar dealer Ronnie Milne operates from Johannesburg, but specialises in finding guitar gems such as old Fender Stratocasters, Telecasters and Gibsons and trading them in Europe. He has sold instruments to Richie Sambora and Gary Moore.
The increase from year to year in genital rejuvenation has gone up over 30%.
For more than four years the community of Snake Park in Soweto has been swamped in raw sewage from an unknown source.
The Citizen had the opportunity to speak to Ama piano hit makers Semi Tee, Kamo D and Miano.
Her very first cosmetic surgery was a breast reduction, which she says is a common procedure among women.
Desmond O'Connor - general manager of Radisson Blu Residence in Cape Town, South Africa - tells Traveller24 what happens behind the scenes to open a new hotel.
The Citizen Journalist Makhosandile Zulu hosted the newly elected leader of the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) Velenkosini Hlabisa as they discuss issues that are affecting South Africa.
Meet Annalise, Harrods Head of Beauty and find out the current trends in beauty and cosmetics.
Interview with Jamaican Swim Wear Designer for the brand AOOC.
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Ken Griffin, chief executive officer at Citadel, discusses the potential for making New York City his permanent home and his frustration at the political climate in the city surrounding Amazon's HQ2.
"Many people are sharing more online because they don't realize it could be used against them," says net activist Markus Beckedahl. He spoke to DW about data protection and IT security. Digital savviness doesn't just happen - it needs to be learned.
Gerald Knaus is a founding member of the European Stability Initiative, ESI. He has been studying the plight of refugees and migrants since the Balkan Wars of the 1990s. We spoke to him about the challenges posed by migration and the UN migration ...
Omid Nouripour was just thirteen when he arrived in Germany as a refugee from Iran. Today he is a Green Party member of the Bundestag. He speaks about the cruel impact that war has on a young life, how he came to view Germany as home, and the peop...
Germany is considered Europe's strongest nation, both politically and economically. Just like a century ago, it is viewed as culturally sensitive but ruthless when it comes to wielding power. How can it counter the fears of its neighbors and partn...
"People in eastern Germany believe they've been given a raw deal, that they've been shut out," says Bodo Ramelow, head of the regional government in the state of Thuringia.
Judith Enders was just thirteen when the Berlin Wall came down. It was a seminal experience for her - like many of her generation - and she put together a book about people's lives under communism. She asked people how it felt for them and whether...
"It's not by chance that I ended up in the arts and not in politics," says Shermin Langhoff, Artistic Director of Berlin's Maxim Gorki Theater. In the DW Interview Langhoff discusses both art and politics.
German historian Peter Brandt talks to DW about divisions in modern Germany, the future of the Social Democrats and his relationship to his late father, former Chancellor Willy Brandt.
Guler is Secretary of State for Integration in Northrhine-Westphalia.
"Africa and every country in it needs to go its own way," says the German Development Minister, Gerd Muller.
Niklas Frank is the son of the man Hitler installed as general governor of occupied Poland. Hans Frank was responsible for the death camps in Poland. Niklas Frank has faced up to his past. But he tells DW that the Germans in general have not.
"It's not borders that need to be protected but people," says Stefan Schmidt. He was himself arrested in 2004 as the captain of Cap Anamur after he led to operation to save 37 refugees from the Mediterranean Sea.
The far-right AfD has become the main opposition party in Germany's parliament. For four years, Franziska Schreiber was the right-hand woman of the party's former chairperson Frauke Petry. Now Schreiber has left the party -- and written a book.
"If you want to have an impact in our society, you need to be aware of our history and our special sensibility as far as anti-Semitism is concerned," says Germany's anti-Semitism commissioner in The Interview on DW.
Lawyer and imam Seyran Ates founded the liberal Ibn Rushd-Goethe mosque in Berlin.
"I am fighting to prevent Europe from frittering away its humanistic legacy," says Gyde Jensen.
Germany's 'NSU trial' is coming to an end. It has been one of the longest criminal trials in German history. Neo-Nazis were accused of killing nine men with Turkish or Greek backgrounds, as well as a German policewoman.
"We are living in a political moment in which nationalism, protectionism, and withdrawal have become a great temptation," says the head of the United Nations Development Programme, Achim Steiner.
"National identity is certainly the least important factor when it comes to building a democratic Europe," says German Book Prize Winner Robert Menasse.
Twenty-five years after the deadly arson attack in Solingen, mayor Tim Kurzbach tells DW, 'We should not behave as if the struggle against the right were over.' On May 29, 1993, two women and three children whose family hailed from Turkey died.
"Europe can only survive if Germany and France take the reins together," said SPD politician Klaus von Dohnanyi during an interview with DW. The former Mayor of Hamburg added "Europe will not make any progress until France understands.
"Integration is always a two-way matter," says Stephan Mayer in the DW Interview.
"Jews in Germany are doing well, they are listened to," says political scientist David Ranan. Compared to Muslims, they seem to be a preferred minority, he said. We examined the difficult subject of anti-Semitism in modern Germany with David Ranan.
"Every Turkish media outlet has desks belonging to jailed colleagues" says Christian Mihr of the German branch of Reporters Without Borders. Deutsche Welle spoke to him about press freedom and independence, which are under threat in many parts of ...
"A basic income changes a person's mindset," says Michael Bohmeyer. "It reduces anxiety and makes people healthier and more creative". His crowd-funded portal has been raffling off unconditional basic incomes. Bohmeyer tells DW how it works.
Political scientist Gesine Schwan has been a member of the SPD for 46 years and has lived through its many ups and downs. Deutsche Welle spoke to her about the future of the party, refugee policy and developments in neighboring Poland. She was the...