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{pp}Ideal for Scanning Business Cards, Paper Documents and Photos for People on the MoveJohannesburg- March 2009- If you're on the go and need to quickly scan documents, the new IRIScan express 2 portable scanner is a great and useful mobile piece of technology to pop into your handbag or brief…
{pp}Micro MBA Program successfully launched by the Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA)2009- February the 16th through the 20th, TSiBA Entrepreneurship Centre hosted its first Micro-MBA Program. In this week long course, 21 local entrepreneurs honed their business acumen while strengthening their business networks and receiving valuable mentoring along the…
{pp}The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA), a tertiary private provider of Higher Education in Cape Town is launching its recruitment drive for 2010. TSiBA specifically targets scholars and potential students that would otherwise not have access to tertiary level education, by offering successful applicants full tuition scholarships for studies…
{pp}Quest Software, represented locally by Blue Turtle Technologies, has launched a high quality, cost-effective backup and recovery product, LiteSpeed Engine for Oracle. This new product complements the company’s existing offering for the SQL Server market and brings added functionality and time saving to diverse database environments.
{pp}FRANSCHHOEK OESFEES - A CAPE MUSICAL (AND FOODIE) FEASTReal Cape culture: music that grows from the same ground as our grapes
{pp}With mock exams for Matriculants well underway, learners are feeling the pressure to secure their futures for next year and beyond. However only 12% of Matriculants have the means to advance to tertiary education in South Africa, a recent study has found. For many previously disadvantaged youth, funding remains a…
{pp}Southern Africa's estimated 935 species of bird account for a rich heritage of bird life in the country. Yet with global statistics indicating that 12.4% or 1226 of the world's total bird population is threatened with extinction, there is little doubt that South Africa's own birds are threatened by the…
Thursday, 05 March 2009 12:07

Diamond demand to outstrip supply globally

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{pp}Grave prospects lie ahead for the diamond supply industry worldwide as experts predict the flow to begin to slow to a trickle. With the ever-increasing gap between supply and demand, jewellers and mining companies have one aim in common: find a way to meet the demand for diamonds or lose…
Thursday, 05 March 2009 12:05

Swan song for DNA Strings

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{pp}Award-winning instrumental band DNA Strings will be performing their very last show this July. After seven successful years of pioneering work in the often challenging South African music industry, its members have decided to go their separate ways.
Wednesday, 04 March 2009 17:05

Online retail trade takes over in SA

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{pp}With the effects of the economic slump in South Africa still being felt by consumers, getting the best value for money is essential. So what better way to save time and money than to have a comprehensive price comparison website that enables you to accomplish your shopping spree in a…
{pp}Cape Town’s Two Oceans Aquarium recently introduced some quirky new inhabitants to its Sappi River Meander exhibit. A variety of frog species have joined the other thriving inhabitants in the exhibit. The decline in amphibian species is believed to indicate a much broader decline of the environment globally. Sadly, South…
{pp}It’s all system go for the inaugural Gauteng NEPAD Summit, the first of its kind in the country where NEPAD projects implementation are discussed at a sub-national level.

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