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More tourists flock to South Africa

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President Jacob Zuma, addressing a business forum during his state visit to France on Thursday, invited French companies to explore South Africa's economy and the vast opportunities that it has to offer investors.   »
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The government will launch a R27-million social relief system aimed at giving immediate support to rural communities severely affected by the recent floods across the country on Monday.   »
SA business tourism 'on the up'
Business tourism, boosted by the successful hosting of the 2010 Fifa World Cup, is playing an important and growing role in helping South Africa's job creation objectives, says Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk.   »
Making it easier to do business in SA
The government plans to make it easier to do business in South Africa by setting up a national one-stop shop for investment approvals, reforming BEE codes, and simplifying the red tape required of small businesses.   »
Swedish wine award for Stellenbosch
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Cape Town airport the best in Africa
Cape Town International Airport has been named Africa's best airport in the Airports Council International's latest global awards. Johannesburg's OR Tambo International was ranked third and Durban's King Shaka International fourth on the continent.   »
Cape Town Jazz Fest to spoil for choice
Praised by President Jacob Zuma for creating 2 000 jobs and contributing more than R475-million to the economy in 2010, this year's Cape Town International Jazz Festival is aiming higher still, with over 40 African and international stars set to spoil festival goers with choice.   »
South Africa's barefoot astronomer
Try exploring the nature of the universe, looking 13.7-billion years back in time, unravelling black holes and watching stars being born – while barefoot. Meet Simon Ratcliffe, member of the South African SKA bid team, who will soon be hitting the road (barefoot) to promote the benefits of the giant telescope for humankind and for Africa in particular.   »

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