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Economy, delivery to top Zuma's address

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Economic transformation and the delivery of basic services are expected to feature highly in South African President Jacob Zuma's second State of the Nation address in Parliament on Thursday evening.   »

SA's human development index rising
South Africa's Human Development Index – a standard measure of determining whether a country is developed, developing or underdeveloped – is continuing on an upward trend that started in 2007 following a decade-long decline, according to the SA Institute of Race Relations.   »
Soweto's world-class university campus
The University of Johannesburg's new-look Soweto Campus, refurbished to the tune of R450-million and boasting a range of new facilities and residences, has been opened by Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe.   »
South Africans doing more with mobiles
The mobile habits of South African phone users evolved dramatically over the past year as smartphones, mobile applications, the mobile internet and mobile e-mail entered the mainstream, according to a new study by researchers World Wide Worx.   »
Trust account set up for flood victims
Energy Minister Dipuo Peters has appealed to South Africans, especially the business community, to contribute towards the effort to rebuild the lives of people affected by the recent floods across the country.   »
Send your Budget tips to Pravin
South Africa's Treasury is again inviting members of the public to give Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan tips on how they want the country's money to be spent.   »
Pothole repair, South African style
An innovative public-private partnership, harnessing citizen participation, is helping Johannesburg solve its potholes problem, demonstrating a typically creative South African approach to tackling the lingering legacies of apartheid social engineering.   »
South Africa goes for 'green' lighting
South Africans have saved 1 800 megawatts worth of electricity – enough to power a city the size of Durban – through energy efficient lighting since 2004, says state company Eskom.   »
Win it for Mandela, Zuma tells Proteas
President Jacob Zuma, meeting South Africa's cricket team ahead of their departure for Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka, urged the Proteas to win the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup for Nelson Mandela – and told them the country would be behind them every step of the way.   »
Get set for the Tour of South Africa
South African cycling starts an exciting new chapter this month with the inaugural hosting of the seven-stage Tour of South Africa, which begins in Pretoria and finishes in Stellenbosch, taking a route designed to showcase the beauty of the country.   »

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Amazing drawings that could change your life

Dear Townall Subscriber,

Today I'd like to show you something extraordinary.

In short, a wealthy American citizen has created an unusual type of "sketch" that could be worth quite a bit of money to you.

I know that sounds a little strange, so bear with me on this.

It will all make sense when you watch the video posted here.

In this video, you can see a man creating the actual sketches, and you'll see why these simple drawings could encourage you to change your life over the next two years.

I strongly encourage you to check it out. My guess is you've never seen anything quite like it.


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