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2009  // Posts published in 2009

PATTA FOCUSES ON ‘3RD DEGREE’

DEBORAH Patta, anchor of current affairs show 3rd Degree, is swapping the manager’s desk for the trenches, as the eNews channel sizes up the rest of the continent and the international market. Patta yesterday announced her resignation as editor-in-chief, saying she wanted to devote herself fully to her 3rd Degree brainchild. She is also stepping […]

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1 Oct 2009 SENS Announcements

DIRECTOR DEALING IN SECURITIES

In compliance with Rules 3.63 – 3.74 of the JSE Limited Listings Requirements, the following information is disclosed :   Cape Town 1 October 2009

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1 Oct 2009 SENS Announcements

CHANGE STATEMENT AND NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Shareholders are advised that the Company’s annual report for the year ended 31 March 2009 was posted to shareholders on 28 September 2009 and contains modifications to the Reviewed Results which were published on 15 May 2009. – Assets valued at R277 million that had been classified as property, plant and equipment have now been […]

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23 Sep 2009 Technology

VIBRANT CALL CENTRE INDUSTRY OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES FOR GRADUATES AND SCHOOL LEAVERS

Depiste the prevailing economic conditions and the somewhat gloomy forecast for the job market in the short term, there are some industries which still offer enormous opportunities for school leavers and candidates who may have completed some form of tertiary education. According to Nritika Singh, managing director of lsilumko Staffing, a national recruitment company which […]

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21 Sep 2009 Media & Broadcasting

SABC’S ADVERTISING REVENUE FALLS SHORT

STRATEGY OF LOWERING RATES CUTS INCOME WHILE e.tv LIFTS EARNINGS ON HIGHER ADVERT CHARGES The SABC took its eye off the ball and gave up ground to competitor e.tv by lowering its advertising rates to accommodate small advertisers, who were the first casualties of the economic downturn, an industry expert said last week. At the […]

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1 Sep 2009 Transport

MAN RULES THE BUS ROOST

AN Truck and Bus came up trumps in the second quarter this year, with a dominant 40% share of the bus market. The company recorded 122 sales, out of a total 302 unit sales in this sector of the commercial market. Its closest rival was Iveco, with 62 units. This is even better than its […]

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BUSINESS AND ARTS PARTNERSHIPS CELEBRATED AT PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS EVENT

Fourteen flourishing and innovative business and arts partnerships were last night (31 August 2009) lauded at the 12th Annual Business Day BASA Awards, supported by Anglo American. The winners of South Africa’s most prestigious business-arts awards were announced at an event held at the forum | turbine hall in Newtown, hosted by performer, Nkoto Malebye. […]

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31 Aug 2009 Media & Broadcasting

ICASA TO AMEND DIGITAL MIGRATION RULES AFTER e.tv, NAFCOC CHALLENGES

THE Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) last week agreed to change sections of the digital migration regulations in a move interpreted as the regulator bowing to pressure from e.tv and the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Nafcoc). In objecting to the regulations, e.tv said in court papers earlier this month that […]

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12 Aug 2009 Transport

COMMUTERS BRACE FOR TAXI AND BUS DRIVER STRIKE

BUS AND taxi commuters should brace themselves for delays as some taxi drivers are expected to strike today and Golden Arrow bus drivers who transport commuters in areas such as Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain started a wild. cat strike yesterday. “The Western Cape National Taxi Alliance has indicated that it will be embarking ona strike. […]

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12th ANNUAL BUSINESS DAY BASA AWARDS NOMINEES ANNOUNCED

Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) is pleased to announce the nominees for the 12th Annual Business Day BASA Awards, supported by Anglo American – highlighting South Africa’s top arts and culture events supported by sponsorship from local business. The nominees list spans the broad spectrum of the arts – from visual arts projects, like […]

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