When the Three Tenors played South Africa this past spring the setting could not have been more striking. Up on the hill overlooking the stage stands the magnificent Union Building, an Italianate edifice of rosy sandstone, once home to the Government Executive. Rolling down before it, semi-formal, tree-lined gardens descend some 132' (40m) to the valley floor. A crowd of almost 40,000 would be able to revel in this marvelous pastoral setting. Except, that is, for an enormous equestrian ...
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