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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Mixed fortunes for indigenous oil firm

Mixed fortunes for indigenous oil firm

Seven Energy, the indigenous Nigerian oil and integrated gas company, has released a mixed set of results for the nine months ended September 30. Earnings before interest, taxes, ...

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UK strengthens security at Kenya airports

UK strengthens security at Kenya airports

The United Kingdom is boosting aviation security at Kenyan airports. The assistance is envisaged to make airports in the East African country a ‘harder target’ against terrorist a ...

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Customers to guard against wasteful spending

Customers to guard against wasteful spending

Members of the public have been advised to be wary of reckless spending during the festive season. The advice comes amid a surge in spending during the season. “Every year we see ...

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Telkom attempts Guinness World Records entry

Telkom attempts Guinness World Records entry

Telkom  is attempting to enter the Guinness World Records with its Unlimited Movie Marathon. Using Telkom’s Boltspeed fibre to stream over 122 hours of movies, selected participan ...

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Research: SA employees main culprits in data loss

Research: SA employees main culprits in data loss

A Majority of companies in South Africa been affected by internal information security incidents. This is according to a joint study of information security of businesses conducte ...

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A film about having faith in the face of disease and dissability

A film about having faith in the face of disease and dissability

On the occasion of World Aids Day (01 December), the International Day of Persons with Disability (03 December), and the International Human rights Day (10 December), AfricAvenir ...

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Laxity leaves SA at the mercy of cyber espionage

Laxity leaves SA at the mercy of cyber espionage

Information technology experts have called for a multi-stakeholder approach to curb the prevalence of cyber crime in the Take of revelations South Africa is among the countries mo ...

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Army warns against lapses during festive period

Army warns against lapses during festive period

Nigerians have been urged to be extra vigilant and security conscious in tackling insecurity in the country ahead of the festive season. The Director of the Army Public Relations, ...

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From small-scale subsistence farmer to commercial success

From small-scale subsistence farmer to commercial success

A farmer at heart since a tender age, commercial farmer, Vice- President of KwaZulu Natal Agricultural Union (Kwanalu), and Deputy President of Agri South Africa, Phenias Gumede, ...

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Street Savvy vs. Book Smart

Street Savvy vs. Book Smart

In answering this question we need to first interrogate what the word success or successful means to a person? Obviously the answer varies from one person to the other. Success me ...

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