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· February, 2007

Stories about South Africa from February, 2007

Ghana: not happy with South Africa's investments

Emmanuel Bensah has problems with South Africa's investments in Ghana, “Let me be clear: I have a problem with the increasing number of South African interests in Ghana. From the...

Africa: China in Africa

Afroshangai Blog posts an article about Chinese interest in Africa, “China, unlike just about every other country in the world, has a clear African strategy which is being implemented with...

Kenya: the battle for Africa Online

Bankele writes about the battle for Africa Online, “Telkom (South Africa) looks to emerge the winner in the battle for Africa Online after the African Lakes board (parent company) have...

South Africa: music from South Africa

Vusi Mahlasela has released a new album, Naledi Ya Tsela, SoundRoots World Music reports: The new album, called Naledi Ya Tsela in Africa but translated for the March 6 US...

South Africa: 2007 blog awards

It is time to select the best from the South African blogosphere: “As you already know – the SA blog awards showcase the very best of South African independent web...

South Africa: safety in darkest Africa

The world’s officially appointed jester writes about the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, “Will you be safe in the darkest Africa?”

Foreseeing South Africa's Future Hegemony over Africa

Togolese origined France-based blogger Kangni Alem comments on a recent series of workshops on collective knowledge and practices in Africa organized by the Africa Centre in Cape Town, South Africa...

South Africa: cash prize to top bloggers

The South African blog, 24.com, is offfering cash prize to top bloggers: “That’s right, starting today we’re giving away R3000 a week to the top bloggers on 24.com, as voted...

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