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20 January 2010

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This place looks VERY inviting. Who can beat great music and beer in an interesting atmosphere?

I've been following your pictures of South Africa with great interest. Keep up the good work!

great set John!

Cameron and Bill,

Thanks very much. Duma's really is one of Cape Town's hidden treasures.

I did my thesis on this place - what an important site for Afro-urban culture. Glad to know it's still thriving

@shebeenqueen

Please tell us more about your thesis. Sounds like something that a number of people would like to read.

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