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· December, 2006

Stories about South Africa from December, 2006

South Africa: South African marketing podcast

Mike Stopforth announces the launch of Amplitude: “Dave Duarte and I would like to ‘officially’ announce the launch of Amplitude – A New Marketing Podcast for South Africans (by South...

Trinidad, Guyana, South Africa: Book talk

85-year old Guyanese writer Wilson Harris has a new novel and Nobel prize-winning South African novelist Nadine Gordimer's estranged biographer is half-Trinidadian, reports Jeremy Taylor, who also reveals his favourite...

Africa: blood diamond

Black Looks reviews the film, Blood Diamond, and comments on Russel Simmons initiative, Diamond Empowerment Fund.

South Africa: remembering Steve Biko

Sotho remembers South Africa's Steve Biko.

South Africa: local talent

Chillibean is blown away by South Africa's local talent, “This is yet another example of local talent that is easily as good as or even better than web design talent...

South Africa: great year for Mail & Guardian Online

Mathew Buckland writes about the success story of the South Africa's Mail and Guardian Online, “It’s also been fantastic to see the revenues of the site grow to where we...

South Africa: a house in five minutes

Afrigadget writes about a foldaway house in South Africa: “Rajan Harinarain, a South African entrepreneur and inventor has come up with a temporary foldaway house for use in emergency situations...

Senegal: Wade & Mandela

Blog Politique du Senegal writes (Fr): “If Wade was as wise as Mandela, he would retire …”

South Africa: remembering a freedom fighter

Sotho remembers Robert Sobukwe, the founder of the Pan Africanist Congress in South Africa.

South Africa: South African adbuster

Inspired by the movie, Blood Diamond, Electric Sphaghetti creates an ad showing the real price of diamond.

South Africa: new way to rent DVDs

Chilibean writes about Pushplay, a South African version of Netflix, “A new way to hire DVDs has launched in Cape Town. The service is called Pushplay and the way it...

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