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Marine Engineer Kelly Klaasen (22) has won the 2010 South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) Seafarer of the Year Award. The award aims to recognise the valuable contribution seafarers make to everyday life. Kelly, who made Safmarine history in July this year when she was appointed the company’s first female engineer, said she was extremely...
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Cape Town doctor Elmi Muller and her team have pioneered a technique to transplant kidneys between HIV-positive donors and recipients. Muller, a surgeon at the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Department of Surgery in the Faculty of Health Sciences, performed the first such kidney transplant in September 2008 at the world-famous Groote Schuur hospital, where...
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Written by Julie Cunningham For the man in charge of South Africa’s coffers, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, the journey to 2010 has been well worth the price tag. National government has spent 33 billion rand over the last seven years in preparation for the World Cup, this included the building of new stadiums, improving transport...
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Written by Lindy Mtongana SAPA stringer President Lula da Silva, President Thabo Mbeki and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Leaders of the emerging trading block IBSA (India-Brazil-South Africa) on Wednesday called for the reshaping of the international order. The successful completion of the World Trade Organisation’s Doha round of trade talks, reform of the United...
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Written by Lindy Mtongana South Africa ranked 46th overall in the Global Competitiveness Report 2007, making us the second highest ranking country in Africa, second only to Tunisia. Gibson believes that South Africa’s drive to build knowledge and innovation throughout its economy, which has seen it score highly in scientific research and research & development,...
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Steuart as a Speaker

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Steuart has done some 500 talks on South Africa's progress since 1994 and SA's prospects for the future'