Posts Tagged “South Africa”

Spread the word: South Africans abroad can vote overseas

by oneafrikan on March 12, 2009

Just in case you didn’t know: The Constitutional Court ruled this morning that expatriate South Africans have the right to vote! Only those already registered will be eligible to vote, and must notify the chief electoral officer of their intention (…)

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Office space available in Bryanston, Johannesburg

by oneafrikan on March 4, 2009

A mate of mine has some desk / office space available in the Bryanston area. I worked there recently, and think it’s an awesome space – clean, well lit, parking is safe, and plenty headroom – you’re defo not in (…)

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Going to bat for South Africa

by oneafrikan on January 7, 2009

This came in via the email pipes today, seems to state the South African mentality pretty well…. cricket players would understand this best ;-) What a day of contrasts. The early hours saw one previously unpopular South African; walking down (…)

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Afrikaans humour – is this guy for real?

by oneafrikan on November 17, 2008

_ Is this guy for real?? WTF!!? ;-)

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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