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August, 2013

  • 13 August

    Column: Your vote counts

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    By Mabine Seabe II Every five years, South Africans get the opportunity to play a direct role in determining which political party will be the temporary political custodian and administrator of the Constitution and the democratic dispensation. Casting a vote during the general elections is the most important act a …

July, 2013

  • 28 July

    Lamb of God coming to SA

    By Leah Solomon American metal band, Lamb of God, will be coming to South Africa early next year. The band, which was formed in 1990, will be performing two shows in January 2014; one show in Johannesburg and one in Cape Town.

  • 6 July

    South African makes history at Tour de France

    By Ashleigh Morris South African, Daryl Impey, became the first African to wear the famous yellow jersey in the Tour de France on Thursday, 4 July. “To wear the yellow jersey at the 100th edition of the Tour de France is just a dream come true,” said Impey.

June, 2013

  • 15 June

    SA-Mozambique talks may help fight rhino poaching

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    By Jane Berg As rhino poaching in South Africa continues to escalate, Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa met with Carvalho Muaria, Mozambique’s Minister of Tourism on Friday 14 June in Maputo.

  • 4 June

    Zuma hopes for more Japanese business

    By Andrew Blane President Jacob Zuma has encouraged Japan to ‘take advantage’ of the South African economy. During a speech prepared for the South Africa-Japan Business Forum on Tuesday, Zuma explained that “Japanese business and investment in South Africa will help build the country”.