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South Africa's Dusty Glastonbury Changing its Complexion

Once a year thousands of South Africans descend on a patch of bush in Limpopo for a festival as old as their democracy, throwing up a town of tents and a haze of smoke and dust as if in a rush for the platinum buried deep beneath their feet. But no one is here for the minerals. These revelers come in search of a different kind of rock. Oppikoppi, Afrikaans for "hilltop," is South Africa's take on California's Coachella or Britain's Glastonbury, with its roots...

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