Yearly Archives: 2010

Zuma: SA’s most important year

The first of January 2010 marked South Africa’s most important year since 1994, said President Jacob Zuma in his New Year’s address to the nation.

News Cafe opens in India

News Cafe opens in India

South African food and entertainment chain News Cafe opened its first venue in India in November, joining the ranks of other well-known local brands, such as Nando's, Spur and Steers, which have branched out overseas.
South Africa 6th best to live in: expats

South Africa 6th best to live in: expats

South Africa is the sixth best country in the world to live in, according to expatriates based here. This was revealed in a massive global survey commissioned by HSBC Bank International.

Zuma: SA’s most important year

The first of January 2010 marked South Africa’s most important year since 1994, said President Jacob Zuma in the opening words of his New Year’s address to the nation.

Nestlé nurtures future footballers

The 2009 Nestlé Milo Champions tournament saw 5 898 schools from around South Africa competing for not only the title, but also R100 000 for the winning school to invest in a health-related initiative.

SA's 'most important year since 1994'

SA’s ‘most important year since 1994’

Friday 1 January marked the beginning of the most important year in South Africa since 1994, President Jacob Zuma said in his New Year message, calling on all South Africans to work together make the 2010 Fifa World Cup "one of the most successful projects we have ever undertaken as a nation".
'Promising signs' for SA property

‘Promising signs’ for SA property

The arrival of South Africa's World Cup year, along with signs that the country has begun moving out of recession, bode well for SA's property sector, says Seeff Properties chairman Samuel Seeff.
Video: 2010

Video: 2010, and a new rental record

The word is out! A Clifton, Cape Town home-owner has rented out their house for the duration of the 2010 Fifa World Cup for US$1-million - a new South African record. Zoopy TV visits the house to chat with Clinton Braude of Ronnie Matthews Estates.

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