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Pan-African mobile operator MTN has teamed up with global payment services company Western Union to introduce international mobile remittance services in the 21 countries where MTN operates.
A new environmental campaign being rolled out in communities living along South Africa’s borders aims to improve relations with neighbouring countries, fight climate change and boost economic growth.
South Africa's Mpumalanga province is to partner with neighbouring countries Mozambique and Swaziland to create a wild, scenic, cross-border tourism magnet in south-eastern Africa.
South African automotive paint manufacturer ChemSpec has secured export orders for its premium automotive refinish, Metalux 2, to Mauritius and China, while it is also in talks with a major South East Asian company to partner it in that region.
Nobel prize winners JM Coetzee and Aaron Klug are among the latest recipients of South Africa's highest awards for achievement - the national orders.
SA's newest national park covers 28 000 hectares at the confluence of the Limpopo and Shashe Rivers, boasts incredible natural and cultural riches, and forms part of an ambitious project to develop a transfrontier conservation area spanning three countries.
Three additional national orders have been created to recognise some of the extraordinary things done by ordinary South Africans. The Order of Luthuli, Order of Ikhamanga, and Mendi Decoration for Bravery complete the country's new set of national orders, created to express the new identity of the democratic South Africa that came into being in 1994.
One of the biggest conservation areas in the world has been signed officially into being, with SA, Mozambique and Zimbabwe leading the way in one of the boldest cross-border initiatives currently unfolding in southern Africa: the development of transfrontier parks.
Five sportsmen - rugby players Bryan Habana and Percy Montgomery, cricketers Shaun Pollock and Makhaya Ntini, and soccer legend "Ace" Ntsoelengoe - are set to receive national orders, South Africa's highest civilian awards.
Four South Africans were honoured for their contributions to sport in the country at a national orders ceremony in Pretoria on Thursday.