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Press Review, South Africa

07. September 2010

Public service strike suspended

South African civil servants have suspended their three-week-old strike while workers at the country's public schools, hospitals and courts decide whether to accept the government's latest wage...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Tourism, South Africa,...

12. May 2010

SA's image 'about to change forever'

The 2010 Fifa World Cup™ will forever change the world's perception of South Africa, President Jacob Zuma said at the opening of the Tourism Indaba trade show in Durban on Saturday.
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South Africa, Press Review

19. January 2010

SA internet users pass five million

A new study has found that the number of South African internet users has passed the five million mark for the first time, finally breaking through the 10% mark in internet penetration for the...

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South Africa, Press Review

12. January 2010

SA music in the spotlight at Midem

South Africa will be the country of honour at the 2010 edition of the Marché International du Disque et de l'Edition Musicale (Midem), the world's largest music industry fair. The fair, which...

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South Africa, Press Review

12. January 2010

Joburg one of world's Most Creative Cities

A host of award-winning Johannesburg advertising agencies have placed the city in a leading position in world creativity rankings. The Cannes Report 2009 placed Joburg in the top 10 of the...

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South Africa, Press Review

05. January 2010

TV show to help fight crime

A new television programme, following in the footsteps of Police File, will help fight crime and enhance government efforts to deal with crime against women and children, Minister of Police Nathi...

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South Africa, Press Review

05. January 2010

Talk 11 languages on your phone

At last, you won’t need to know even a single word of Tshivenda or isiXhosa in order to communicate with South Africans who don’t speak English. Thabo Olivier, a South African linguistics expert...

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