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Bafana beat the Mambas to kickstart Chan 2014

Bafana Bafana made a perfect start to the Orange Africa Nations Championship, or Chan 2014 tournament, with a gritty 3-1 win over Mozambique in an exciting opening game at Cape Town Stadium on 11 January 2014.

Bafana make it South Africa 1

Bafana top group after win over Mozambique

Bafana Bafana are top of Group A in the 2014 African Nations Championship after opening the tournament with a 3-1 victory over Mozambique in front of a big crowd at Cape Town Stadium on Saturday evening.

Bafana and Mozambique to kick off Chan 2014

With its sophisticated infrastructure and experience in hosting major tournaments, South Africa has become the go-to country in Africa for continental and world sporting events. This year, it's the turn of the CAF African Nations Championship, or Chan 2014, which kicks off on 11 January.

South Africa: world tourist hotspot

South Africa's popularity as a tourism destination, locally and globally, is on the up and the Department of Tourism says it is well on its way to achieving its goal to be a Top 20 destination by 2020.
SA improves travel, tourism competitiveness

Graça Machel – freedom fighter for life

Graça Machel has been the first lady of two countries – to each of them she has brought her extraordinary warmth, dignity and unerring belief in doing right.
Obama inspires tomorrow's leaders

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BP’s R5bn vote of confidence in SA

Global energy group BP has announced a more than R5-billion (US$540-million) investment in South Africa and Mozambique over the next five years, the bulk of which will go to South Africa, saying the move was a vote of confidence in the country as an investment destination.

Japan assistance for Southern Africa

The Japan International Co-operation Agency has released the preliminary findings of a study conducted to find ways of boosting economic development in Southern Africa, particularly along eight economic corridors selected for priority attention.
Japan hails SA space tech successes

Mozambique leads in marine conservation

Mozambique’s pristine Primeiras and Segundas coastal belt is now formally under conservation, thanks to the recent proclamation of Africa’s biggest marine protected area.
Mozambique gets new reserve

Furry heroes to sniff out TB in Mozambique

Already a hero in Southern Africa for its ability to sniff out landmines, the African giant pouched rat is once more turning out to be a lifesaver by accurately detecting the presence of tuberculosis bacteria in human sputum samples.
SA mine detector gets top recognition

Border posts go hi-tech

The modernisation of South Africa’s border control technology is easing the process for people taking cargo across national borders, and making it harder for criminals to dodge the system.
More soldiers patrol borders


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