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South Africa, Press Review, Politics

11. December 2009

R6bn budget boost for higher education

The budged for higher education is set to grow progressively over the next three years, with Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande announcing that the amount is expected to grow from...

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South Africa, Press Review

08. December 2009

Invictus premieres in Joburg

Oscar-winning star Morgan Freeman said Tuesday he felt he did "a good job" portraying Nelson Mandela in a film about the former South African president's appearance at the 1995 Rugby World...

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South Africa, Press Review, Topnews

14. July 2009

World first for young SA opera singer

South African opera singer Pretty Yende has achieved a world first by taking home all the main prizes in the prestigious International Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Competition held in Vienna Austria...

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Economy, South Africa, Press Review

08. July 2009

Solar power lights the way

Pretoria-based businessman Michael Addinall is something of a solar lighting pioneer in South Africa. Not only are he and his four business partners and their company Betta Lights responsible for the...

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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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