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· September, 2009

Stories about South Africa from September, 2009

Africa: Volunteer for BikeTown Africa

BikeTown Africa is heading to Tanzania and South Africa: “Over the next two months, BikeTown Africa will be delivering 640 Kona AfricaBikes to South Africa and Tanzania and Kona needs...

Africa: Will technophobia crash the ICT party?

With the growing influence of ICT for development, can fear of technology and misunderstanding of its uses disproportionally affect the developing world? Here are a few examples of initiatives to...

South Africa: Escorting a tour around Africa

Tony Park writes about his South African tour: “I could tell you that it’s hard work escorting a tour around Africa, and that staying in the lap of luxury is...

South Africa: Eid Mubarak from community blog

A community blog, Ramadan.co.za wishes its readers Eid Mubarak: “I hope we have brought value to you this Ramadan, and we hope that you have enjoyed reading the articles. Also,...

Big Brother Africa IV: The Revolution is on

Big Brother Africa 4:The Revolution is the fourth series of the Big Brother Africa reality television series, which began on September 6, 2009. The show has already generated discussions and...

South Africa: How to vote for Big Brother Africa for free

Rafiq's tip on how to vote for Big Brother Africa IV for free: “Luckily there are alternatives you are able to vote for Big Brother Africa housemates via the web...

South Africa: Top 10 Malema-isms

Prisha lists her top 10 Malema-isms. Julius Malema is a controversial figure in South African politics. He is the president of the ANC Youth League.

South Africa: Taxis Defiant of New Bus System for World Cup

A new public transit bus system launched in time for the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa is being met with vociferous protests from drivers of taxis (mini busses)....

South Africa: Free tickets to Mobile Web Africa 2009

Mike writes about free tickets for Mobile Web Africa 2009 that will take place in South Africa: “Matthew Dawes is organising Mobile Web Africa 2009 on the 13 and 14...

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