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These Entrepreneurs Get the GIST: Tech-I Finalists Announced

A dangerous problem in the shantytowns of South Africa cried out for a technical solution.  Shack fires were breaking out, causing a large number of deaths, but cook-stove smoke made use of traditional smoke detectors for early warning impractical. 

African Bull Elephant Feeding in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Camera NIKON D300S ISO 320 Focal Length 80mm Aperture f/5 Exposure Time 1/800 On my 2014 photo trip with G Adventures we visited South Africa and spent 2 days in Kruger National Park photographic wildlife. On our second day we say the Big 5 before lunch! I could spend a week just photographing wildlife in […]

NYK Fined $8.5 Million in South Africa Price-Fixing Scheme

  South Africa’s competition watchdog says it has reached a settlement with Japanese shipping firm Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha Ltd (NYK) for price fixing, market allocation and collusive tendering in the transportation of cars to and from South Africa. Show More Summary

S. African Competition Watchdog Fines Japanese Shipping Firm

South Africa's competition watchdog has recommended Japanese shipping firm Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha Ltd (NYK) pay a 104 million rand ($8.5 million) penalty

Sylvester the lion's big adventure ends with a helicopter ride in South African mountains

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - "Sylvester" the lion's fight for freedom and sheep through South Africa's arid Karoo region ended a mile-high in the mountains and with a dart knocking him out, South African National Parks (SANParks) said on Tuesday.

Alternative activities along the Garden Route

The Garden Route is famed for its natural splendour and abundance of sights and sounds, which you can experience as you journey along it. Stretching along the south-eastern coast of South Africa, the Garden Route spans from Mossel Bay to Storms River, with a plethora of the country?s famous landmarks in between. Show More Summary

Here's why Facebook's new office in Africa is vital to the company's future (FB)

Facebook is getting serious about making money in Africa. The just opened its very first office on the continent: An ad sales bureau in Johannesburg, South Africa. Facebook also appointed a designated exec, N unu Ntshingila-Njeke, chairwoman of the ad agency Ogilvy, to spearhead its Africa efforts. Show More Summary

Why Facebook Is Opening An Office In Africa

Facebook is to open a new office in Africa, a region with more than one billion people but only 120 million Facebook users. To lead the new office, located in Johannesburg, South Africa, Facebook has hired Nunu Ntshingila, the chairman of Ogilvy South Africa, according to Bloomberg. The new office will focus on sales and…

New-look South Africa begin next adventure

South Africa left for their tour of Bangladesh with a relatively new-look squad that doesn't include Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel and Vernon Philander

Facebook Opens Sales Office in Johannesburg

Johannesburg, South Africa, is the site of Facebook’s first sales office in Africa, which opened its doors Monday. The social network said the sales team in Johannesburg will initially focus on Sub Saharan Africa: Kenya (East Africa),...Show More Summary

Facebook is opening an ad sales office in Africa, in a move to boost revenue from its growing number of users there (FB)

Facebook just announced a big push to monetize its next billion users: It's opening an ad sales office in Johannesburg, South Africa. Right now, Facebook has about 120 million active users in Africa. That's a 20% increase from September 2014, but still only a small percentage of the more than one billion people who live there. Show More Summary

Bringing Lions Back to Rwanda

Seven lions began their journey Monday from South Africa to the Akagera National Park in eastern Rwanda, where they will become the country's first lions after more than a decade without them, wildlife officials told Agence France-Presse. Rwanda...Show More Summary

South Africa's govt to appeal court ruling over Bashir

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's government will challenge a high court ruling that found the state erred in letting Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir leave the country despite a court order barring him from doing so.

SA’s Mboweni tipped for Brics job

Former Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni has been nominated for a senior role at the New Development Bank. ||| Johannesburg - South Africa has finalised its preparations for participation in the New Development Bank, commonly knownShow More Summary

South Africa’s Lions Return To Rwanda After Being Poisoned During The 1994 Genocide

Monday will mark the return of South Africa’s lions. Rwanda has not seen the king of the jungle roam their national parks since the last lions were poisoned during the 1994 genocide. The conservationist organize African Parks is hoping...Show More Summary

Xenophobia In South Africa Continues As Government Fails To Arrest Bashir And Farm Murders Continue

A new wave of xenophobia occurred in South Africa this week. The xenophobic attacks were reported by the chairman of the Nigerian Union in the Northern Cape Province in South Africa. As reported in Bella Naja, the President of the Union, Ikechukwu Anyene, made the following statement while in Pretoria, South Africa. Show More Summary

Animal Rapist Attacked By Group Of Shepherds In South Africa [Shocking Photo]

An accused animal rapist in South Africa has been hospitalized after a run-in with a group of shepherds that caught him defiling a goat. The man’s name has not been released, nor have any of the participants, but there are currentlyShow More Summary

Conservationists to move South Africa lions to Rwanda

Group to move seven lions to Akagera National Park in Rwanda where the lion population was wiped out 15 years ago.

Note to Pythons: Maybe Pass on the Giant Porcupines

Anyone traumatized by the 2005 report of the exploding python might have imagined this wasn't the best idea ever conceived by a predator: A cyclist in South Africa's Lake Eland Game Preserve earlier this month came upon a nearly 13-foot python who looked about as stuffed as your Uncle Elmer...

Elgar's 98 builds on Ansari's dig in

3 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

South Africa opening batsman Dean Elgar scored 98 on his home debut for Surrey as Gloucestershire made them work hard to reach 279 for 5 on the first day of their LV=County Championship match at the Kia Oval

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