Shake and bake baby – MyHeritage buys Kindo

by oneafrikan on September 29, 2008

A few years ago, I think it was October 2005 to be exact, I was leaving Open Box Software, and had decided to go it on my own, for the second time. If someone had asked me then if today (…)

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BarCamp Johannesburg 11 October

by oneafrikan on September 26, 2008

Just posted a heads up on the TECH4FRICA blog about the BarCamp in Jozi, on 11 October. Suggest checking it out if you’re there ;-)

Palin On Foreign Policy Video

by oneafrikan on September 26, 2008

Ummm, yes, most countries have neighbours…. _Palin On Foreign Policy Video – “Exclusive”: Katie Couric talks with Gov. Sarah Palin about her foreign policy experience and Alaska’s proximity to Russia. And I thought South Africa had problems with leadership…

Resignations rock SA government

by oneafrikan on September 23, 2008

Following on from the post yesterday, talking about the resignation of Mbeki: _ BBC NEWS | World | Africa | Resignations rock SA government South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel and nine other cabinet members are resigning along with President (…)

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Official ANC position regards Mbeki resignation

by oneafrikan on September 22, 2008

If you’re wondering what the horses mouth is saying, then this is something that came in via email today. Makes for interesting reading.

TECH4FRICA conference postponed for 2008

by oneafrikan on September 8, 2008

I’ve been delaying this blog post in the hope that one or two avenues would change things, but unfortunately they haven’t and so it’s time to face reality ;-( In short, unfortunately I/we weren’t able to raise enough money through (…)

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What defines a great nation?

by oneafrikan on September 1, 2008

My friend Sean has finally posted to his blog… and it’s an interesting first post. Sean is passionate and positive about SA, so I’m looking forward to a lot more from him ;-) _ » Blog Archive » What (…)

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