Archives for February 2012

Investment good news for E Cape

East London - A R1.3 billion investment by government into three economic zones in the country will breathe life back into the Eastern Cape’s economy. … [Read more...]

Tourism minister concludes Australia visit

Pretoria - Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk ends his three-day visit to Australia, today, to promote South Africa as a tourism destination. South Africa views Australia as an important source market. By October 2011 over 84 000 … [Read more...]

Rudimentals Concert in De Waal Park

Free peoples concert in one of the original parks of Cape Town … it used to be a forest before made into a public park … De Waal Park … often have free concerts and people bring their kids , dogs blankets and picnic boxes … [Read more...]

Enrolments in sciences, engineering up

  Cape Town - The Department of Higher Education and Training says the number of first year students taking up studies in sciences and engineering at universities is on the rise. … [Read more...]

MTB hit by Antelope

This is an absolutely incredible video and it is the first time I have seen it. It took place during the MTB race at Albert Falls Dam. The mountain biker is Evan van der Spuy of Team Jeep South Africa and he literally gets taken out by … [Read more...]

Massive infrastructure spend

Cape Town - South Africa will spend billions of rands over the coming years on new infrastructure, with the government to focus on building rail, road, and economic links in five regions in the country and building new universities and … [Read more...]

SA will not nationalise mines

Cape Town – Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu has reiterated that South Africa would not nationalise its mines. Shabangu was at the critical African Mining Indaba on Tuesday, where she gave a keynote address. … [Read more...]

Ubuntu International Project 2012

London, 06 February 2012: Ubuntu International Project is scheduled to showcase, African designers at the Vauxhall Fashion Scout on Sunday 19 February at 11:30, 2012. Following the success of last years debut showcase of three South African … [Read more...]

PetroSA funds schools programme

Pretoria - PetroSA is to fund an eco-schools programme aimed at encouraging environmental responsibility among the youth to the tune of R4.5 million. “We understand the need to preserve our environment for future generations. The beauty … [Read more...]