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Topnews, South Africa, International relations

13. December 2013

Minister Nkoana-Mashabane pays tribute to former President Nelson Mandela

“Former President Mandela will always be remembered worldwide for his values and dedication to the service of humanity in the fields of conflict resolution, reconciliation, the promotion and protection of the rights of children, gender equality and the uplifting of the...

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Topnews

06. December 2013

SpecialFlash 06-12-2013

Weekly newsletter of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, 6 December 2013

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Topnews, South Africa, Tourism

06. December 2013

Telegraph readers vote Cape Town tops

South Africa’s “Mother City” beat runners-up Vancouver and Venice to take the accolade for the second year running.

Cape Town got the nod as the favourite city worldwide from more than 75 000 readers of...

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Topnews, International relations

04. December 2013

Press Release

Minister Nkoana-Mashabane arrives in Paris for the France-Africa Summit

International Relations and Cooperation...

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International relations, Topnews

29. November 2013

PRESIDENT ZUMA ON STATE VISIT TO GHANA

The visit deepened our existing strong bilateral relationship with Ghana and advanced intra-trade on the continent.

President Zuma held official talks...

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Topnews, International relations, Economy,...

29. November 2013

Second BRICS Urbanisation Forum and third Friendship Cities and Local Government Cooperation Forum held in Durban

The purpose of the meetings was to provide a platform for member countries to develop a common approach that will facilitate cooperation and exchange of information on urbanisation challenges.

The second BRICS...

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Topnews, Tourism

21. November 2013

UCT study shows most township tourists feel safe

A ground–breaking study by UCT students of township tourism in the Western Cape has found that the majority of tourists feel safe when visiting a township. 

Students Michael Kramer and Constandino Vichos‚ who were supervised by Associate...

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