World’s First Handheld Wireless Electroshock Device Comes to SA

World’s First Handheld Wireless Electroshock Device Comes to SA With high levels of crime, self-defence and personal safety are prominent issues for all South Africans. A new non-lethal, but highly effective wireless stun-gun is about to enter the SA Market. Kieno Kammies speaks to SA Spokesperson for Wattozz, Greg Baverstock about the new product. Our…

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Mauritius: An Ideal Base for Your Business

Mauritius: An Ideal Base for Your Business Mauritius may just be an island – its annual tourist influx of 1.4 million outnumbers its own population of around 1.3 million – but this hasn’t stopped it, over the past three decades, from growing into a giant on the business front. As far as the continent goes,…

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Adapting to the Digitised World in Schools

Adapting to the Digitised World in Schools Education policy has always been, and will continue to be, closely related to South Africans’ social conditions. That is partly why we still celebrate student protests such as the 1976 Soweto uprising where black children from a number of schools in that township mobilised in response to the…

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CAPE TOWN ONE OF THE BEST DESTINATIONS FOR MUSLIM TRAVELERS.

CAPE TOWN ONE OF THE BEST DESTINATIONS FOR MUSLIM TRAVELERS. Touting the city’s attractiveness for Muslim travelers — particularly in markets that are already strong drivers of tourism — is a savvy move by tourism authorities and operators in Cape Town. — Richard Holmes Winter in the Southern Hemisphere has always been a lean time for…

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TIPS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES LOOKING FOR FUNDING.

TIPS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES LOOKING FOR FUNDING. Starting your own business can be challenging, especially if you don’t have the capital to get it off the ground. Fortunately, there are many ways to fund a new business in South Africa. One way of doing this is through securing government funding, or a government grant. These…

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