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Mr. Wadongo himself went without eating to fund the start-up costs associated with his business. “All along, I had been skipping two meals a day, so that I [could] construct the lamps,” he says, and construct…Continue
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Please see attached article from KZN’s ‘The Independent’ newspaper on a Case Study of Community Based Sport Tourism in KZN which is supported by a German organization which encourages Germans to ‘volunteer’ services for the local community.
CDI INTERNATIONAL (Community Development Initiatives International) is…Continue
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has extended the deadline for comments and inputs to be made on its National Development Plan until May.
"Due to the robustness of the current debate on the plan, the NPC has decided to further open for written submissions until 30th May 2012, with the intention of giving South Africans more time to make their voice heard in South Africa's first ever long term development plan," the Commission said on Monday.
So far the NPC has…
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Deputy President of the Republic, Mr Kgalema Motlanthe;
NCOP Chairperson, Mr Mninawa Mahlangu;
The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and all Ministers and Deputy Ministers present,
Gauteng Premier, Ms Nomvula Mokonyane;
Executive Mayor of the City of Johannesburg,
Councillor Parks Tau;
Representatives of Chapter 9 Institutions;
The Dean of the…Continue
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A group of South African Tourism specialists is traveling to Jamaica on 13 February 2012, to learn about its world recognized “Villages as Businesses” Community…Continue
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SA honoured with sports tourism prize
South Africa has been named the "World's Leading Sports Tourism Destination" at a glittering global awards ceremony in Dohar, Qatar. Welcoming the award, hailed globally as the "Oscars of the hospitality industry", the director-general of the National Department of Tourism, Kingsley Makhubela, told the Daily News the honour would enhance the country's global competitiveness…Continue
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Jamaica’s Countrystyle Community Tourism Network to Host ‘Home of Community Tourism Study Tour’
(Feb. 16 – 26, 2012)
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Learning from Jamaica and the Caribbean…
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Fellow South Africans,
Good morning to you all!
Let me thank the New Age and the SABC for creating this opportunity for interaction with the Cape Town business community and fellow South Africans in other parts of the country.
In a few days' time, on Saturday, the country will mark Children's Day, as the first Saturday in November each year is South Africa's National Children's Day.
We work harder each day to make South…Continue
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COMMUNITY TOURISM FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND JOB CREATION
South Africa group to learn from Countrystyle Jamaica/IIPT…
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An upcoming two-day G20 Labour and Employment Ministers Meeting is expected to develop new paths for job creation, among other pertinent issues.…Continue
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State of the Nation Address by His Excellency Jacob Zuma, President of the Republic of South Africa, at the Joint Sitting Of Parliament, Cape Town
10 February 2011
Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly,
Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces;
Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly and Deputy Chairperson of the NCOP;
Deputy President of the Republic, Honourable Kgalema…
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FLOOD RELIEF TO TOP 4 MILLION RAND
Greetings of Peace
It has been a long journey in responding to the South African Flood crisis that commenced in Orlando on 17 December 2010. As in Pakistan the South African flood is an expanding natural disaster, cutting across seven provinces resulting in billions of rands of agricultural, infrastructural and personal destruction and the…
Added by sylvia hammond on January 26, 2011 at 10:15 — No Comments
“Education remains the tried and tested route out of poverty” – Dr Mamphele Ramphele did not mince her words or pull her punches in addressing the UCT Alumni Leadership Forum. Explaining her topic: Beyond Philanthropy: towards investing in the future, Dr Ramphele is adamant – our destiny as South Africans is greatness. But our intensely unequal society is undermining our potential for…Continue
For more than a week public sector strikers have been picketing vital public services of health and education. Why?
In a Business Day article yesterday (25.8.2010) John Brand refers to the Constitutional right to strike suggesting that “A violent class war by workers against employers is not the…Continue
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