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· August, 2007

Stories about South Africa from August, 2007

South Africa: Mandela statue in London

Nelson Mandela has a statue in London: “Attended by large crowds and graced by a gospel choir and some pomp and circumstance, a statue of Nelson Mandela was unveiled today...

South Africa: The biggest online publishers in South Africa

Who are leading in the online publishing industry in South Africa?: “There are spreadsheets that show monthly figures for unique browsers locally and internationally organised by publisher or by site.”

South Africa's Health Minister Under Fire

The South African Blogosphere has been abuzz with allegations against the South Africa's Health Minister, Manto Tshabalala-Msimang, of alcoholism during, her conviction for theft and using undue influence in order...

South Africa: Introducing Thought Leader

The South African Mail & Guardian has a new blogging platform: “Today the Mail & Guardian Online linked to our new blogging platform called Thought Leader so I may as...

South Africa: Continuing education is working

The nonrequired writes about the success story that is continuing education in some African nations and how it can prevent the brain drain. Continuing education is paid for by companies...

South Africa: Who will follow Google to South Africa?

Vinny expects more Internet companies to move to South Africa in the near future: “South African Internet usage has grown 120% in the past year, and it won’t be long...

Environment: A sampling of Voices from South Africa

This time on this short edition, we will take a quick trip to South Africa where there is a vibrant blogosphere, to hear from three bloggers. One reminding us about...

Why a few African nations still support Mugabe

Koudou of Agoravox gives a brief review of the history of Zimbabwe that may explain why some African nations still support the Mugabe regime (fr).

Zambia: challenges and solutions for independent broadcasters

Vincent Maher is live-blogging from Africa Media Leadership Conference 2007: “Daka, telling the personal narrative of his radio station, emphasizes that audience research is the most important thing in starting...

South Africa: what is the future of Facebook in South Africa?

What is the future of Facebook in South Africa?: “THE calls are growing for facebook to be banned from offices around the country as bandwidth is soaked up by “social...

South Africa: Rugby meets blogging

SARugy.com is looking for ways to engage with South African bloggers: “SARugby.com have launched a competition for all South African bloggers ahead of the World Cup. We have decided to...

South Africa: Afrigator is best non-U.S site to watch

Afrigator is featured on Business 2.0 Magazine‘s best non-U.S. sites to watch: “So did Justin remind me today that Afrigator was featured in Business 2.0 Magazine! Feels good, I must...

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