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Gray returns for Scotland vs. South Africa
Gray, 24, is one of six changes to the side that thrashed Fiji 54-17 on Saturday, and forms a much-changed second-row partnership with Edinburgh's Ben Toolis.
Police release CCTV images of 'person of interest' in brutal murder of Irish charity director in South Africa
Dublin native Mr Curran, 60,was found dead with multiple stab wounds at around 9am last Wednesday, November 7at his apartment on Buitengracht Street in Cape Town.
South Africa's land expropriation unnerves investors: World Bank...
LIVINGSTONE, Zambia (Reuters) - Plans by South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) to change the constitution to allow the expropriation of land without compensation have unnerved investors, a senior World Bank group executive said on Wednesday.
South African rand steady before retail sales data
At 0646 GMT, the rand traded at 14.43 versus the dollar, 0.2 percent stronger than its close on Tuesday.
SPI Expands Channel Offerings in South Africa - TVMEA
Per the deals, SPI’s channels now will be available through Telkom, a wireless telecommunications provider, and mobile communications company Vodacom. The available channels include FilmBox Africa, FilmBox ArtHouse, DocuBox, FightBox, Fast & Fun, FashionBox, 360TuneBox and Gametoon.
South Africa's Land-Seizure Debate: What's the State of Play?
The panel was originally given a Sept. 28 deadline to draft its report, but it secured an extension to consider more than 400,000 written submissions and thousands more made in public hearings held nationwide. The Democratic Alliance and several other opposition parties argued that the written submi
Land reform in South Africa will not violate constitution: Ramaphosa
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the European Parliament during a debate at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, November 14, 2018. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
Huawei integrates AI to differentiate cloud for Africa offering
According to Huawei, globally its cloud business unit Huawei Cloud has introduced over 120 cloud services in 18 categories and cover 60+ general solutions including SAP, high-performance computing (HPC), Internet of Things (IOT), security and DevOps.
Scotland team to play South Africa
FILE PHOTO: Rugby Union - Six Nations Championship - Ireland vs Scotland - Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Republic of Ireland - March 10, 2018 Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend before the match REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne/File Photo
Emerging Markets: Sub-Saharan Africa Feels Strain At Start Of Fourth Quarter
Last month, we introduced anew series of notes on emerging markets, which began by looking at some of those considered most vulnerable at present. One of these was South Africa, and this month, we delve deeper into Sub-Saharan Africa to look at how countries in the region are faring.
Speak to the right people and Africa is about much more than just the digital divide
Perhaps we haven’t been giving the right people the podium in the past, but the conversation in Africa has always been focused on the same thing. How do you deliver connectivity to the masses on a continent which has significantly lower ARPU than more developed regions? While this is still a priorit
We’re expanding in South Africa | Jupiter Marketing Ltd
As we continue to build on our recent international growth, which saw us enter the Sunday Times International Track 200 earlier this year, we’re excited to reveal that we have made a new acquisition that further expands our international portfolio.
Mexico and South Africa draw blank in Maldonado
The Mexicans picked up where they left off after the restart and continued to press, but found Simphiwe Dludlu’s side difficult to break down, despite Vazquez and Alison Gonzalez having further opportunities to break the deadlock.
IPA Warns South Africa's Copyright Amendment Bill Conflicts with Berne Convention
Per updates from the independent nonprofit news serviceIntellectual Property Watch, we learn that a final round of public comment was requested by the South African Parliament’s portfolio committee of trade and industry in October. Referred to as the Copyright Amendment Bill in South African legisla
3 Android load shedding apps for South Africa
Load shedding was a buzzword, albeit a much maligned one, during the early years of this decade. But according to every South Africa’s favourite provider of electricity, Eskom, it may make a sudden return.
The 'quiet community' of Chinese in South Africa | Society News | SupChina
The Chinese community in South Africa is one of the oldest and largest in Africa. But even though the history of Chinese migrants in the country dates back to the 1800s, most people in South Africa still know very little about this population.In this China Africa Podcast, Barry van Wyk of the Africa
Must Read: South Africa can write a beautiful story - David Cameron
Taking the stage at the Discovery Leadership Summit, David Cameron, the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, paid respects to the leadership style of former President, Nelson Mandela. “He was a man with a generous spirit and a total lack of malice. He was a great man with a great heart, and
South Africa's home affairs minister Gigaba resigns
FILE PHOTO: Former finance Minister Malusi Gigaba delivers his budget address at Parliament in Cape Town, South Africa February 21, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/File Photo JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has resigned, the president's office said on Tuesday
True Music Africa Tour returns to South Africa for its inaugural Pretoria show
Following successful shows in Cape Town and Johannesburg, organisers of theTrue Music Africatour have revealed that this year, the festival will take place in the capital city, Pretoria.
South Africa Fincrime Roundup: Regulator hits HSBC on AML, trade mis-invoicing, VBS ‘bank heist’
The past few weeks have shone a harsh light on the financial crime countermeasures in place in South Africa, with a regulator penalizing a foreign bank on compliance failures, news of a potential $130 million bank fraud fueled by corruption and a report stating the country loses billions of dollars