• R10bn boost for SA's Saldanha Bay

    A R9.65-billion private-public investment at Saldanha Bay, on South Africa's West Coast, aims at improve the deep-water port's ability to service to offshort oil and gas industry, the Transnet National Ports Authority announced on Monday.

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    SAA leads the global field

    South Africa leads sky-commerce with the world's first aircraft tracking and real-time payment innovation. South African Airways has developed and installed the Satellite Authorisation System, which will allow credit card transactions in the sky, anywhere and anytime.

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    Fatalities at South Africa's mines drop

    Concerted safety efforts at South African mines are paying off as the industry works towards zero harm, particularly in the most dangerous aspects such as falls of ground, transportation and machinery. The number of deaths has dropped 85% over the two decades from 1993.

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    South African scientists make astronomy breakthrough

    Wits physicists have announced a breakthrough in the study of external galaxies using the High Energy Stereoscopic System telescopes. The team has found three "extremely luminous gamma-ray sources in the Large Magellanic Cloud", a satellite dwarf galaxy of the Milky Way.

  • Amajita conquer Commonwealth Cup

    South Africa's u20 football team beat Finland 2-1 to win the Commonwealth Cup in St Petersburg on Sunday. "These boys have tasted how sweet winning is," said coach David Notoane, saying the team would carry this spirit with them to Senegal for the CAF African Youth Tournament in March.

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    South Africa pleased with WEF participation

    Team South Africa returned from the World Economic Forum after a successful round of talks. The president and his ministers, as well as South African business leaders, took part in a number of meetings at which they told the story of a country facing its challenges head on.

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