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[Pressportal.co.za] bidorbuy, South Africa's largest online marketplace, is undertaking a national road show to inform potential and existing traders of the myriad opportunities made available through trading on the bidorbuy site. The road show, which kicks off on 7 March in Pietermaritzburg, will visit various cities throughout South Africa, ending…
Friday, 03 February 2006 04:00

bidorbuy's new software meets local market's needs

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bidorbuy today launched its new software solution, which has been tailored specifically for the South African market. The advanced solution, designed to improve trading efficiency on the bidorbuy site, includes a host of new functionality and features.
[Pressportal.co.za] A distinguished jury has selected for the first time the “Social Entrepreneur 2006” in South Africa. The jury selected Sunette Pienaar, Founder of Heartbeat, for her exemplary contribution to mobilize communities to care and protect their children whose parents have died. First Lady Zanele Mbeki, who has been an…
[Pressportal.co.za] Saxenburg Private Collection Shiraz 2003 has walked away with the coveted title of winner of the WINE Magazine/TOPS at SPAR Shiraz Challenge at an awards ceremony held in Cape Town on Thursday 20 July 2006.    The field of entries this year was a record 215 wines that were assessed,…
Monday, 03 July 2006 04:00

ISPA adds voice to interception objections

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The Internet Service Providers' Association of SA (ISPA) has added its voice to the chorus of concerns regarding the recently promulgated Regulation of Interception of Communications & Communicated-Related Information Act (RICA). ISPA's members are comprised of 113 large, medium and small Internet service and access providers in South Africa.
Wednesday, 19 July 2006 16:06

Kemistry goes live

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[Pressportal.co.za] Kemistry launched its website on Monday, driven by a three week long flash banner campaign on Bizcommunity.com's daily and weekly e-newsletters. The site captures the thinking and creativity of our business and the valuable relationship we have to offer.
[Pressportal.co.za] Cape Town South Africa has been suffering a power blackout since 18 February 2006. The cause of the blackout is not quite clear. Premier Ebrahim Rasool expressed alarm and concern about the reparation delays at Koeberg, Cape Town'. Eskom Chief Executive Thulani Gcabashe and Public Enterprises Minister Alec Erwin…
[Pressportal.co.za] Engines require a certain level of octane in order to prevent "pinging" or "knocking." Uncontrolled detonation of the last part of the air-fuel mixture in the combustion chamber cause engine knocking and may damage the engine. Lead was traditionally added to petrol in order to increase the octane level.…
[Pressportal.co.za] South Africa’s Tourism is set to reach an all time high now that Germany has handed over the hosting of the FIFA Soccer World Cup 2010 to the nation that has triumphed over apartheid, comments SA-Venues.com.
[Pressportal.co.za] The Small Business Hub has launched a feature-rich web site to help small businesses handle all phases of their development. The aim of the site is to provide small business owners with critical information on all aspects of running a small business in a competitive climate. The latest in…
[Pressportal.co.za] Simple, ease to use plug-and-play Auditor appliances, missing link in African Government, Banking and Critical Infrastructure.VAD Africa, a leading African Information Security solutions distributor, announced the launch of the NetClarity Auditor appliance for the African market, today, in partnership with NetClarity, the manufacturer of these award winning network vulnerability…
[Pressportal.co.za] Activist Chris Mercer charges that while new South African hunting regulations ban the language of "canned hunting," loopholes remain for the continued killing of captive bred animals.Animal rights activists contend that the practice of “canned hunting” in South Africa is a “shameful” practice, since animals are bred in captivity…

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