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South Africa's tourism

South Africa’s tourism, food sectors grow

The tourism, food, and beverages sector is performing well, according to the latest figures from Stats SA. Income has risen year-on-year for accommodation, particularly for caravan parks and camp sites, while total income in the food and beverages industries is up more than 8%.
South Africa looks to research

South Africa looks to research, innovation to grow economy

South African enterprises have a relatively high and novel innovation rate, and the country is increasingly investing in research and development. Now, the Innovation Bridge is closing the gap between R&D and the market, and contributing to economic competitiveness.
Rhino poaching numbers in South Africa continue to grow

Rhino poaching numbers in South Africa continue to grow

The number of rhinos killed in South Africa so far this year has hit 1 020. But South Africa is not sitting on its laurels, a number of interventions put in place to curtail rhino poaching has seen 344 alleged poachers arrested since the beginning of 2014.
Fujitsu Siemens in BEE 'first'

Call for e-visas to grow African tourism

The introduction of electronic visas would grow tourism volumes and create new job opportunities on the continent, Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk said at the opening of the 2012 Routes Africa Conference in the Seychelles.

‘Taches to fight prostate cancer

South African men are being encouraged to ditch their razors and grow their thickest, furriest moustaches to get people talking about prostate cancer, a highly stigmatised condition that affects one in every six men.

‘Taches to fight prostate cancer

South African men are being encouraged to ditch their razors and grow their thickest, furriest moustaches to get people talking about prostate cancer, a highly stigmatised condition that affects one in every six men.

African farms grow malaria drug

Small-scale farmers in East Africa have become the world’s third-largest producers of a key ingredient in the most effective malaria drug available, producing a crop of the highest quality.

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