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Local Gospel artist; Sifaniso has been nominated for Best Songwriter and Best Praise Album at this year's Crown Gospel Awards. Akehluleki is Sifaniso's debut album which was released in 2010 under Shammah Records (owned by award winning musical couple, Tshepo Mngoma and Swazi Dlamini). Since then, it has reaped much success having won last year's Best Jazz album at the 2010 Crown Gospel Awards.
 
 
 
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Posted by Jade Gallop
24 Nov 2011
In the newest addition to the trend-setting Gold Coast area Robina, hair and beauty salon Vogue @ Robina opened at The Rocket in 2010

The salon offers up-to-the-minute hair styling and colour expertise plus a comprehensive range of face and body treatments using top brand products that are sure to relax, revive and indulge the mind, body and senses.

 
 
 
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Posted by Cheryl Goodenough
24 Nov 2011
Shell is full of grand plans for South Africa. And the way that Mr. Jan-Willem Eggink of Shell puts it across makes it sound as if the company is actually just a large philanthropic organisation. “Shale gas mining will be the answer to SA's energy needs and create lots of jobs,” he says. But in eight months of this year I've heard nothing new that could cause any reasonable-thinking person to want fracking in this country. If I sound annoyed, it is because I am. Shell does not have the interests of this country at heart. They have been less than candid with us in big adverts splashed across the media. Even while our government has imposed and extended a moratorium on fracking with a view to investigating the technology, Shell are intensifying their lobbying of business, community and government from behind their billion rand exploration budget.
 
 
 
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Posted by Treasure the Karoo Action Group
17 Nov 2011

ONE of the challenges for new migrants to overcome is a feeling of lost identity as they struggle to fi nd their place within a new community.

Feeling disregarded for lacking “local understanding and knowledge”, it takes tenacity to earn recognition for who they really are and what they can achieve.

 
 
 
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Posted by Anelia Blackie
17 Nov 2011
In case you haven't heard ... the Commonwealth Games are being hosted by the Gold Coast in 2018. To me, the best news I've heard in a long time.
 
It has been reported that the event will inject about $2 Billion into the Gold Coast economy, but that's not even why I think it's good news.
 
 
 
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Posted by Philip Scott
15 Nov 2011

Negotiating an expat or international contract is something you need to do right the first time. The impact of not getting it right will see you in an awkward and uncomfortable position for the full duration of the contract – usually around 3 years.

Hindsight is wonderful, and here is some hindsight we are sure would help you.

 
 
 
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Posted by Robyn Vogels
10 Nov 2011

As the runaway winner of the 2010 John Eales Medal, the Australia's Choice 2010 Qantas Wallaby of the Year and recipient of the Rugby Union Players Association Medal of Excellence, David Pocock is an outstanding rugby player and at only 23 years of age is the man the rugby world is watching.

This spectacular rise, incredible talent and fierce determination to succeed is encapsulated in OPENSIDE - MY JOURNEY TO THE RUGBY WORLD CUP, David's insight into the world of rugby union.

 
 
 
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Posted by David Pocock
10 Nov 2011
So often I get the same answers when I ask one of my potential new clients "what is the biggest problem you face in business?"
"I don't have enough time" or "If I want it done right I have to do it myself"
 
 
 
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Posted by Philip Scott
09 Nov 2011

Talking Bottle Shops

I remember the days when buying alcohol/wine had a real ‘air of occasion'! You only bought wines if you were having a dinner party! Maybe that was before I discovered quite how delightful a good glass of red can be!

 
 
 
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Posted by Jean Wethmar
03 Nov 2011

The consequences of ‘modern' agriculture practices are vast: soil degradation, water pollution, health problems and global changes are just some of the repercussions of today's agriculture system. Clean up agriculture and you have an immediate impact on all these issues.

 
 
 
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Posted by Simone Sleep
03 Nov 2011
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