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South Africa, Economy, Press Review

08. July 2009

Ramos named African Businesswoman of the Year

Absa group chief executive, Maria Ramos, has been recognised as the Outstanding Businesswoman of the Year at the African Business Awards 2009, the banking group said on Tuesday. The awards took...

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South Africa

22. June 2009

Top honours for SA movie

A South African movie has earned top honours in Spain by scooping two prestigious awards at the 2009 International Pan African Film Festival in Tarfia, on the Spanish south coast. The festival ran...

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South Africa

24. April 2009

South Africans leading the world

The World Economic Forum's list of young global leaders for 2009 pays tribute to 230 outstanding young professionals from a range of disciplines. Among them are nine South Africans.


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Topnews, Press Review, South Africa

23. April 2009

SA’s poll triumph as voters usher in new political era

A RECORD number of South Africans went to the polls yesterday in an election that showcased SA’s democracy and went off smoothly in spite of a few logistical glitches and poor weather in some areas....

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South Africa, Press Review, 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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South Africa, Topnews, Press Review

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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South Africa, 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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