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Südafrika, Pressespiegel, Topnews

22. April 2009

Mandela votes in Houghton

Former SA president Nelson Mandela, 91, voted this morning at 11:30 am at his voting station in Houghton, Johannesburg. This was Madiba's fourth national and provincial vote since 1994 when he was...

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Südafrika, Topnews, Pressespiegel

22. April 2009

'SA elections the most competitive since 1994'

Political analysts say the changes in the South African political landscape over the past five months have made this year's elections the most competitive since 1994. The analysts believe that the...

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Südafrika, Topnews

15. April 2009

15 April 1996: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission begins

On 15 April 1996, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, under Chairman Archbishop Desmond Tutu, began its first formal hearings in East London. The South African TRC was set up by...

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Pressespiegel, Südafrika

27. März 2009

Bafana packed with firepower

For the first time in a long while, Joel Santana has plenty of attacking options for Saturday's Nelson Mandela Challenge between South Africa and Norway (Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace, 3pm). Benni...

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Pressespiegel, Südafrika

27. März 2009

SA bestows National Orders

Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro and astute businessman and former politician Cyril Ramaphosa are amongst the 28 recipients of the prestigious National Orders from the South African government on 27...

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Pressespiegel, Südafrika

27. März 2009

Gautrain drives employment growth

The Gautrain is expected to create about 148 000 direct, indirect and induced jobs over the next twenty years. Of this, a total of 93 000 direct, indirect and induced employment will be created...

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Südafrika

27. März 2009

Internet access to double in next five years

South Africa’s Internet population is expected to grow as much in the next five years as it has in the 15 years since the Internet became commercially available in South Africa. The increased growth...

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