“WHAT do other people in SA talk about? Those who don’t talk about the #OscarTrial?” tweeted Zelda la Grange, a former aide to Nelson Mandela. For weeks the country has been transfixed by the trial of Oscar Pistorius, a sporting hero with two amputated legs who killed his model girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp—by mistake, he says. The Economist
World on the Move Slate Magazine (blog) There's the movement of South Asians for work in the Middle East—a trend that was basically nonexistent until around 2000. There's the large and often deadly migration of Africans to Europe.
Naspers (OTCPK:NPSNY) is a South Africa-based media conglomerate, which owns a variety of media and e-commerce platforms around the world. It is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, but investors in the US can purchase
Stanford Report Stanford student's research contributes to the history of black sacred music Stanford Report She discovered through conversations with the Cape Town music community that gospel music helped lift the spirits of black South Africans...
South Africa: Gourmet cooking, sipping in Cape Town's wine country Los Angeles Times Travelers who want to go deep into Cape Town's culinary culture may want to consider a South Africa tour that features the fine points of traditional curry, a...
Globalisation brings immense benefits. As barriers to the movement of goods, services and capital have been lowered, many emerging economies have seen extraordinary improvements in living standards and incomes.
The Treasury still has to hash out the details of the regulations, but the principle is clear: make South Africa as good a place to run global investment funds from as any other fund management hot spot. The local infrastructure will have to gear up to do so.
It may be far-flung, but the tip of Africa has been quietly asserting itself as a significant new hub of design talent. And the founders of Southern Guild, a Cape Town-based collective, are doing their part to make sure that the rest of the world notices.
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