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FNB pours R40m into local football

FNB pours R40m into local football

First National Bank, one of South Africa's four major banks, is to invest R40-million (US$5.8-million) in developing the country's young footballers over the next few years as part of its 2010 Fifa World Cup legacy programme.

Award for developing farmers project

A developing farmer project in Taung in the Northern Cape province has done the country proud by receiving top honours at the first Africa Investor Agribusiness Investment Awards, held recently in KwaZulu-Natal.

Africa in the new world order

Kgalema Motlanthe, South Africa's deputy president, looks at how African economies' resilient performance during the global financial crisis points to the continent's new place in a changing world.
Development goals on track

Cape Town a top emerging innovator

Cape Town has taken third place on 2ThinkNow’s 2010 list for emerging innovative cities. These are places in developing nations which rank among the most progressive in the world.
Cape Town makes elite list

Call for ‘social wealth’ photos

Majority World, an organisation that aims to encourage and support indigenous photographers from the developing world, is inviting photographers to submit work that highlights the cultural and social wealth of their countries.
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African human genomes decoded

An international group of scientists have decoded the entire genome of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and an indigenous Namibian, and partially decoded three others, in the hope that it will pave the way for personalised medicine in developing nations.
Tracing the origins of humankind

Collaborative programme to drive SA agenda at WEF 2010

The positioning of South Africa as both a globally competitive trade and investment destination and dominant developing economy forms the backbone of the formation of a public-private partnership spearheaded by the International Marketing Council (Brand South Africa) at this year’s World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

RED Door opens for small business

RED Door opens for small business

The Western Cape's RED Door initiative for developing small business in the province has grown to 10 centres - including one mobile centre - that offer budding entrepreneurs a range of services to help them get new businesses off the ground.
Umsobomvu Youth Fund

Umsobomvu Youth Fund

Creating jobs and developing skills among young South Africans are the main aims of the Umsobomvu Youth Fund, which has spent about R470-million on 61 projects over the past two years.


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