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· January, 2007

Stories about South Africa from January, 2007

South Africa: 27dinner in Johannesburg

Chilibean blogs about the first 27Dinner in Johannesburg, “27 is a get together, held on the 27th day of each month for geeks, marketers, entrepreneurs, writers, media practitioners, speakers –...

South Africa: newspaper goes mobile

White African announces that South Africa's Mail & Guardian goes mobile, “Last week South Africa’s Mail & Guardian newspaper went mobile (actually, they had a closed subscription-based service prior, but...

South Africa: future of online media industry

This is probably the beginning of the future of online media industry in Africa, “Since December I have been in the trenches at the Mail & Guardian Online, looking for...

Myamar: South Africa's Support for Burmese UN Vote

New Mandala highlights South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu's remarks on his government's vote against the US and British backed UN Security Council resolution on Myanmar.

The Global Voices Show #4

Finally — the fourth episode of The Global Voices Show has landed! In this edition we feature excerpts from the following podcasts: - The IndiCast (India) – also see Global...

South Africa: African Digerati

White Africa interviews Neville Newey, the man behind Muti, a South African Digg like site, “Neville Newey is the second in the African Digerati series of interviews. What he wouldn’t...

Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe in South Africa

Zimscoop writes about the increasing number of Zimbabweans fleeing the country, “Walking along Abel Street in Johannesburg's sprawling suburb of Berea, one might think he or she is in the...

South Africa: $40m leadership academy

Idland has a response to the Financial Post Passport critique of Oprah Winfrey's $40M Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa, “So next time you see someone with a Master's...

South Africa: South Africa dot bomb

In a post titled, South Africa Dot Bomb, Johan Bosini notes, “South Africa's penetration of 7.4% is even below Reunion (25.3%), Mauritius (14.1%), Morocco (11.6%), Sao Tome & Principe –...

South Africa: podcasting new media and the law

Chilibean announces the launching of a South African podcast, Legally Content, which deals with the intersection of new media and the law.

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