Daily Archives: June 5, 2013

New Doosan 34 t Excavators Increase Safety on Aldeburgh Beach

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Casablanca accueille la 5ème édition du Salon International du Plastique, Caoutchouc, Composites, Emballage et Conditionnement pour le Maroc et le Nord de l’Afrique, prévu du 19 au 22 juin 2013

Salon plast expo Maroc 2013  sur la dernière ligne droite  

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Carlsberg Malawi goes facebook on Friday

Carlsberg Malawi announced today that Friday the 7th of June (7-10pm) has been set as the official launch date for the launch of the Carlsberg Facebook page. This will be the first foray onto the digital platform for Malawi’s beloved beer brand. Twikale Chirwa had this to say about this exciting and bold move for a brand that’s been around for the last 45 years: “For Carlsberg, we would like to connect, stay close to our consumers and share experiences. As a brand that thrives on innovation, Facebook is the way to do just that. read more

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African Education Week moderator Graeme Bloch: “Education is not an employment bureau for adults”.

Free, practical workshops for teachers at the Learning Expo read more

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HIGH LEVEL PANEL REPORT FOR WORLD’S NEXT DEVELOPMENT AGENDA

NAIROBI, Kenya, June 5, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ Eminent Persons from Around the World Call for a New Global Partnership to Eradicate Poverty and Transform Economies through Sustainable Development
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L’Afrique du Sud choisit Gemalto pour son programme national de carte d’identité électronique

At the bottom, from left to right: Mrs Fatima Chohan (Deputy Minister of Home Affairs), Mrs Naledi Pandor (Minister of Home Affairs), Mr Mkuseli Apleni (Director General of Home Affairs); At the top, from left to right: Sello Mmakau (DHA), Dereck Chaplin (Altech MD), Anthony Mbewu (GPW CEO), Pierre-Luc Arnaud (Gemalto) read more

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GEMS promises to pay up, clear name

IF ALL service providers treated their clients fairly, then their clients’ good credit record would not be affected, as was the case with Ronnie Masilela.

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Coal exports down to 4.35million tons

RICHARDS Bay Coal Terminal exported 4.35 million tons of coal in May, down from 6.24 million tons the previous month, RBCT data showed yesterday.

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'Lonmin harassing NUM shop stewards'

Lonmin’s announcement of the suspension of eight employees for alleged union membership fraud is a sign that the company is harassing NUM members, the union said.

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Tshwane BRT system ‘will benefit taxi industry’

Tshwane’s bus rapid transit (BRT) system will benefit the taxi industry, the Tshwane Regional Taxi Council has said. read more

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100 World Class South Africans: Kirsten Goss

Showcasing Africa ’s riches read more

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Following flop, Transnet plans inflation-linked bonds

Plans to raise R15.6bn for new infrastructure.

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Defencex boss fails in bid to delay court case

Judgement reserved: Verdict could lead to criminal case.

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Rand to remain weak this year: Poll

Weakness appears to have been driven by local factors – Shah.

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