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Broadcasting African documentaries to Africa

Broadcasting African documentaries to Africa

South Africa's Durban International Film Festival initiated a world first on Monday as it began broadcasting a full week of African documentary films to television audiences across sub-Saharan Africa.
Cape Town in Lonely Planet's top three

Cape Town in Lonely Planet’s top three

There's never a bad time to visit Cape Town, travel publisher Lonely Planet says in its latest guide, Best in Travel 2014. South Africa's Mother City comes in just behind Paris and Trinidad as the best cities in the world to visit.
Sasol in Mozambican gas venture

Aus firm gets SA gas project go-ahead

Australian-listed Sunbird Energy has received government approval for the acquisition of the Ibhubesi gas project off South Africa's west coast, paving the way for a multi-billion rand investment that would boost the country's gas-to-electricity generation capacity.
Get set for Freedom Fridays!

Get set for Freedom Fridays!

The countdown to the 20th anniversary of South Africa's freedom and democracy will begin on 20 September with the launch of the Freedom Fridays campaign - a call on all citizens to "wear anything that makes them feel South African each Friday".
Cashless ATM extends banking's reach

Cashless ATM extends banking’s reach

South Africa's First National Bank (FNB) has unveiled an innovative automatic teller machine (ATM) capable of delivering full digital banking via retail outlets to remote rural areas beyond the business reach of conventional ATMs.
Berry farming takes root in E Cape

Berry farming takes root in E Cape

Keiskammahoek in South Africa's Eastern Cape province is pretty, but affected by poverty and limited economic opportunity. It is good blueberry growing country, however - a gap that the Amathole Berries Outgrowers Programme is working to take advantage of.
Drug abuse 'enemy of freedom': Zuma

Drug abuse ‘enemy of freedom’: Zuma

Drug and alcohol abuse are the enemies of South Africa's freedom and democracy, President Jacob Zuma told young people gathered in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal for national Youth Day celebrations on Sunday.
Child protection 'is every adult's duty'

Child protection ‘is every adult’s duty’

Protecting South Africa's children is a shared national responsibility, Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini said at the launch of National Child Protection Week in Durban on Monday.
Banyana unlucky in loss to Ireland

Banyana unlucky in loss to Ireland

Luck was not on Banyana Banyana's side as the South Africa's women's football team slipped to a 1-0 loss to the Republic of Ireland in a Cyprus Women's Cup match played in windy conditions at Paralimni Stadium on Friday
BRICS 'to help SA

BRICS ‘to help SA, Africa develop’

South Africa's membership of the BRICS group of influential emerging economies will help the country and the continent address their socio-economic challenges, says Science and Technology Minister Derek Hanekom.


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