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I've sat back and reflected over the happenings around Europe in mid-April as a result of the volcano in Iceland, and after all the chaos and confusion and waiting, I have a smile on my face. The smile is not one of cruelness, but one of contentment, knowing that I was able to step up and help out in my own special way.

 
 
 
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Posted by Cathryn Bardwell
08 Jun 2010

Personal computers, cell phones, fax machines, email and the internet have become an integral part of our very culture, and play an essential role in our day to day activities.

 

 
 
 
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Posted by Alexandra Marot
08 Jun 2010

SOUTH AFRICA

After 16 years of isolation from FIFA World Cup Soccer, the South African soccer team re-entered international soccer in 1992 with their first game against Cameroon. Four years later Bafana Bafana shot to fame as they claimed their maiden African Nations Cup, defeating Tunisia on home soil.

 
 
 
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Posted by Richard Baldock
08 Jun 2010
Soccer City, Johannesburg
The jewel in South Africa's crown, Soccer City, which was built in 1987 with a capacity of 94,700 (excluding media and VIPs), is sure to offer a great atmosphere for the lucky few who have tickets. As the stadium to be used for the first game, it will provide an excellent springboard for a magnificent Soccer World Cup tournament. For 2010 the upper tier was extended around the stadium, an encircling roof constructed, new changing room facilities developed and new floodlights installed.
 
 
 
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Posted by Richard Baldock
06 Jun 2010

3 Year Vaccinations for Dogs

 
 
 
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Posted by Dr Kevin Cruickshank
02 Jun 2010

I recently had the privilege of sending a beautifully restored Jaguar to the United Kingdom. The man who had lovingly restored the car watched my staff gently push the vehicle into the shipping container and begin to secure it. As the container doors closed I saw a brief wave of anxiety flash over his face, as this beautiful vehicle passed into the care of the shipping line and out of our control. There is a strange bond that develops between a man (usually, but not always, a man) and a vehicle. After many years in the international moving industry I have come to respect this bond and have developed a little formula that I use when providing advice on sending vehicles overseas. There are also particular considerations to and from South Africa.

 
 
 
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Posted by Christine Chehade
02 Jun 2010
Abrama and Erik recently interviewed Jacqui Devine, whose son George was born with cerebral palsy.
 
 
 
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Posted by Abrama Ahlers and Erik Vosloo
01 Jun 2010

Nicholis Louw will be performing in Australia in June.

 
 
 
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Posted by Anonymous
01 Jun 2010

Kurt Darren will be performing in Australia in July.

 
 
 
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Posted by Anonymous
01 Jun 2010

Denzel and Karen Peters met in South Africa in 1995 when Karen was working as a physiotherapist at Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto. They shared a house together for two years until Karen decided to return to Australia to undertake further postgraduate study to obtain her Masters in Public Health.

 
 
 
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Posted by Karen Peters
01 Jun 2010
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